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Review Date: 3/19/2007
I first read this book about 12 years ago and absolutely fell in love with it. It has remained etched in my memory all these years. I am so glad that they have made it into a movie. Enjoy!
Review Date: 5/13/2008
Helpful Score: 1
I thought this book was going to deal more with her battle with depression than it did. I thought she gave great descriptions of depression within the first chapter but after that it seemed to focus on her career more than anything. Found it interesting but was a little disappointed that she didnt deal more with the depression angle.
Review Date: 2/9/2008
Good book. Brought up a lot of things that were relevant to my own marriage. Has quite a bit of good "advice" on how to have a strong marriage. Would definitely recommend to anyone who is married and feels resentful to their spouse. I think it actually was more of a self help book for me than a story to just read.
Review Date: 11/8/2007
This book while being a quick read raised some interesting questions that I had never thought about before. Most everyone at some point thinks that living forever at a certain age would be really great....you could see amazing people, places, and things and you would never grow old. But this book raises the idea about what do you do when people realize that you dont age....do you keep moving around every 10 years or do you hide yourself away from the world? A great easy read, well worth it!
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