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  • Jun 26, 2014

    magix808  from Utah, Rating:5.0

    I read this book when I was at the lowest point in my life. I felt lost and had no guidance and felt it was only me against the world. Someone recommended I read this book and after I did it changed my life for the better. It gave me hope and a sense that life does go on and that you can always come out better in any situation. I highly recommended this book. SUCH A GOOD READ!

  • Jan 15, 2015

    issiecan05  from Oshkosh, WI, Rating:5.0

    Fascinating circumstances how two main characters meet! Strong individuals, open & honest, with amazing day-by-day activities. Beautiful and strong conclusion. Great tale with believable characters. Excellent!

  • Compelling O'hara Novel

    Jul 17, 2014

    douglas09  from Atlanta, GA, Rating:5.0

    Great John O'Hara novel set in the fictional town of Gibbsville, PA dissects the social fabric of the town's upper crust, their ambitions, obsessions, and weaknesses. The story's main character is attorney Joe Chapin and revolves around his life, family, friends, marriage, and political ambitions. There are plenty of other characters, like the town political fixer, that make this a compelling read. Although set mostly in 1945 (written about 1955), the striving for relevance and prestige by some of the characters seems contemporary. My only complaint is how sometimes O'Hara will wander off the main story for several pages, writing about a minor character who disappears and never returns. Nice introduction to the 2014 paperback version by Jonathan Dee. The book was filmed in the late 1950s with Gary Cooper starring as the main character. I've only been able to find it as a poor quality YouTube upload. Perhaps someday a new version of this book will be filmed and released.

  • Jan 6, 2015

    Nan d. Rating:4.0

    Though a novel, it was filled with interesting historical information and was most entertaining.

  • Oct 29, 2014

    1andonlyld  from San Jose, CA, Rating:5.0

    Audio books are a great companion when on long road trips. This story was enjoyed by the whole family. The author did a great job of narrating (which can make or break an audio book). This would make a lovely gift for anyone.

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