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The Year Of Magical Thinking

Service95 RecommendsThe Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion

The Year Of Magical Thinking

Joan Didion

Service95 Recommends The Year Of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion. In a year marked by profound loss and introspection, Didion grapples with the unexpected, embarking on a poignant journey of self-discovery in the face of overwhelming grief after losing her husband. Explore The Year Of Magical Thinking and other suggestions with Service95 Recommends today!

What We Say: Through her intimate confession, one of America's most beloved and iconic writers reveals the year her life fell apart. In 2003, Didion saw her only daughter, Quintana, fall critically ill. Only days later, her husband John Dunne, the American writer, suffered a fatal heart attack. The Year Of Magical Thinking conveys Didion's vulnerability in her iconic frank style, and a heartbreaking story grips each page.

What They Say: “This is a beautiful and devastating book by one of the finest writers we have. Didion has always been a precise, humane and meticulously truthful writer, but on the subject of death she becomes essential” – Zadie Smith

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