Good Housekeeping (UK) - - Life Lessons -

◆ In THIS IS 64, baby-boomer Ge­orge finds the con­se­quences of his per­mis­sive youth have caught up with him. A sharp, richly evoca­tive moral­ity tale by JOSEPH CONNOLLY.

◆ AD­MIS­SIONS is a hum­bling read, in which neu­ro­sur­geon HENRY MARSH shares fas­ci­nat­ing facts learnt dur­ing his 40-year ca­reer as a brain sur­geon. He has a deep hu­man­ity that res­onates through­out.

◆ In THE AWK­WARD AGE, widow Ju­lia falls in love again, to the hor­ror of her daugh­ter. FRANCESCA SEGAL has writ­ten a hi­lar­i­ous tale of world-weary teens and love the sec­ond time around.

◆ ANY­THING IS POS­SI­BLE is EL­IZ­A­BETH STROUT’S beau­ti­fully told story of small-town Amer­i­cans deal­ing with big life is­sues. It fea­tures all the char­ac­ters Lucy and her mother gos­siped about in My Name Is Lucy Bar­ton.

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