The Year of Pleasures

The Year of Pleasures

Book - 2005
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After the death of her husband, Betta Nolan moves to a small town with the hope of beginning life anew. Help comes to her from some unexpected sources including a ten-year-old boy , three wild friends from college, a soul-searching twenty-year-old, and a handsome man who is ready for love.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c2005
ISBN: 9781400061600
1400061601
Characteristics: 206 p

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Bierlingen Jul 18, 2014

The story of the transition of a woman who has experienced unfathomable loss. We follow with her the baby steps she takes to evolve into a different yet very satisfactory life. I would recommend it.

brianreynolds Feb 16, 2014

It snowed. Betta shovelled it. She made some phone calls. She ate—a number of times and different things. Elizabeth Berg’s <i> The Year of Pleasures</i> paints vivid pictures of all things real and imagined in the life of her grieving widow. To what end, I am scratching my head. If there is a story here, I’m afraid I missed it.

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VPLlen
Oct 30, 2013

My year would have been much more pleasant without this sad read.

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Nancybea
Nov 29, 2010

This author is a master of small details that capture a moment in time. I also like how each of her characters is flawed but likeable, especially the heroine. The final result is a deep but not depressing picture of one widow's attempt at reclaiming her life after the loss of a beloved partner. Very real, and personal but still universal.

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daloveka30
Sep 18, 2015

daloveka30 thinks this title is suitable for 40 years and over

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