The Last Year of Being Married - Sarah Tucker Reviews
Description:ISBN 0778302342 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sarah Tucker / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2008-06-20 by Mira
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This is the story of Sarah and Paul. Once a golden couple, parents to little Ben. From the outside everything looks rosey. From the inside, Sarah believes her husband is an alien. He's started wearing designer undies - but only the once. He's started demanding space - to the point of wanting separate holidays. Oh, and returning home late and drunk. Then he asks her to move out, with their son, to give him space. Then he asks for a divorce. We follow Sarah through 12 months of her life, which includes the breakdown of her marriage and subsequent divorce, and the start of the rest of her life. I admit, when I bought ... Read the complete review
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