The writing in this book is urgent, and exquisite. It grips you by the collar and takes you on a thrilling ride offering a new vision of the miraculous world of which we’re a part.
Isara (1989), is the the lightly fictionalized account of a period in the author’s father life. It is a small masterpiece, composed with such wisdom and understanding, such love and attention to detail, that one is ashamed to have known nothing about it all these years…….
Not everyone who grows older wants to know more about the aging process…… The author envisions old age as an opportunity for healing and renewal.
BOOK REVIEW: You’ll Enjoy It When You Get There: The Stories of Elizabeth Taylor, with an introduction by Margaret Drabble — March 2019
Jane highly recommends reading not only this book, but all of the other books written by Elizabeth Taylor, the novelist.
Our Library Director, Pam, so loved this book that she has affixed a signed sticky note by the frontispiece with the message: “If you love libraries I highly recommend this book!”
Love and Fatigue in America is a story of how a British man (the author) comes to teach in the US and develops ME/cfs (Chronic fatigue syndrome)…. He shares his knowledge of coping with his readers.