Farber has everything going for her - a loving husband, two
wonderful daughters and great friends. This should be enough
to make anyone happy - or is it?
As Sally's two daughters go
off to summer camp for the first time, she is left without the daily
routines she is accustomed to doing each day. Maybe now she
has too much time to think!
Sally is asked to fix up
her mother's empty apartment. She now has a place to write her
book "The History of Happiness". She also meets an artist who
becomes her lover.
As Sally does research for her
book, what does she discover?
This is a book that is very
hard to put down. Lisa Grunwald has written an excellent book
that will make you laugh several times. The author gives us a
good idea about a woman's complicated insight as to what really
makes one happy. The novel is skillfully written and one that
the reader will thoroughly enjoy. This book is highly
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, NANCY