Joan Didion, one of America's foremost journalists and writers, tackles a universal experience in The Year of Magical Thinking, that of dying, death, loss and grief. Ever the practitioner of the …
A great read, and very well-written, but certainly not a book to cheer you up. Read this if you're in the mood for something a bit sad.
Many years ago Joan Didion was featured on C-Span's BookTV. I don't have many writers which register as rock stars, but for me, Didion is definitely one of them. The show had a call-in …
So sad and beautifully written,I recommended this book to everyone I love immediately after I finished it.
A fascinating look at grief--how it changes us, how to accept when tragedies happen. A wonderful book.
Just another new age look at principles that cause people to think they can get something for nothing. That is not how life works.
Click here to read the book quotes. Originally, I read this book as a way to cope with a lot of family deaths that occurred during a difficult time in my life. It …
The Year of Magical Thinking by iconic writer Joan Didion- tackles grief- a candid, memorable book- couldn't put it down!
Pultizer Prize recipient Norman Mailer writes a book no one else would have dared in The Executioner's Song..about the life of Gary Gilmore.
This whole book describes events and stories throughout the lives of Joan Didion and her family, and it serves as a way for her to express her grief and try to come to terms with the death of her husband …
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