Her friends may face turning 60 with trepidation, but retired art teacher Marie Sharp can’t wait for the benefits—including the freedom to say no to book clubs and learning Italian.
The novel resembles a British comedy of manners with clever witticisms and smart cultural references; the heartwarming interactions with her first grandchild and close relationship with a dying friend add emotional depth. Sharp’s refreshing outlook is hard to resist, no matter your age.
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