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Sad and honest at once.

A poingnant look back on the life she left after 20 years of marriage and the kids gone to college. She reflects back on how whe ended up inviting a younger woman into her (and her husband’s) life, basically presenting him with “a new me”. This honest, introspective look at her life is refreshing, and I enjoyed this perspective.

This is a good read, at a slow and even pace, not filled with action, anxiety, rage or grief. Just an honest look back at how she got there, and how each person played a role.