When is a marriage worth saving, and when is it worth letting go? In her previous novels, Elizabeth Berg has demonstrated a startling clarity, focus and raw emotion. In "Say When", she again negotiates perfectly the fine balance between humour and poignancy as she charts the days and nights of a family whose normal life has been shattered. Told from the point of view of a man who goes overnight from being a husband to becoming his wife's roommate, this is an absorbing story working through denial and pain toward personal responsibility and redemption.
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"The Denver Post" Savvy, wry, and sharply observant...Berg's graceful and deceptively simple prose is laced with clear-eyed insights...deft and inspiring.Book Description:
'Berg oozes warmth, wisdom and generosity of spirit. Her writing is quite brilliant' Anna Maxted
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Book Description Atria, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 009179966X