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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

"The Widower's Tale" ~~ From a former widow's perspective

Julia Glass writes so that you feel as if you've just slipped into your favorite silk pjs.  Her novels just slip gently over your soul, and her new character, the widower in question, is a character that one finds both sympathic as well as one you could spend your life with.
I relate so much to the widower's reactions and feelings about the changing world, the changing attitudes and values...and, yet, the beautiful improvements at the same time! 
Also, having been widowed myself, I think Ms Glass hits right on target the feelings that linger with the one who's left behind. It interests me to get a sense of it from a man's side...although, I'm not sure it's not losing something being filtered through a woman author!!  LOL
I look forward to finishing the book and giving my final review....  More later!

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I'll have to add to my "to-read" list!

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