Dinitia Smith wrote an interesting review of A Happy Marriage by Rafael Yglesias. I’m generally not keen on books dealing with the slow decline of someone facing terminal illness, but this review piqued my interest.
And the last line of the piece is a pretty cool encapsulation of the book and it’s achievement:
“in the death of this beautiful woman, he has found the novel of his life.”
I might just have to add A Happy Marriage to the to-be-read pile.