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An evocative and heartwarming collection of essays and anecdotes from great writers and celebrated thinkers, O's Little Book of Love & Friendship will captivate anyone whose life has ever been touched by a lasting friendship or an unforgettable romance.
With essays and anecdotes from some of the best contributors to O, The Oprah Magazine, this charming collection warms the heart and stirs the soul. Among the highlights: a frank, funny, and freewheeling conversation between two of the world's great BFFs, Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King; Abigail Thomas on the ecstasy and agony of a first date; Elizabeth Strout on sharing the words that made her heart crack; Susanna Sonnenberg on reconnecting with her adored sister; Walter Kirn on love lessons learned the hard way; and more. A perfect gift for anyone's nearest and dearest, O's Little Book of Love & Friendship is a treasure box that listeners will turn to again and again.
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Filled with wonderful stories that tugs at the heartstrings. And I love the interview with Oprah and Gale.
Maybe better if reading on your own
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
If you can easily tolerate the narrators, you might be able to connect with this book. I assumed since this book was tied to Oprah, I would be great! BUT, boy was I wrong. I had a very hard time connecting with the narrators and story lines. It was not what I expected at all. Probably better if read in your own voice?
What could The Editors of O, The Oprah Magazine have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Find narrators that actually are easy to connect to. #epicfail
Would you be willing to try another one of the narrators’s performances?
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Only one quote that stuck with me.." Applying the lessons from past romance to present romance is the surest way to ruin it."