Good in a Crisis

By Margaret Overton,

Book cover of Good in a Crisis: A Memoir of Divorce, Dating, and Other Near-Death Experiences

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'Hilarious ... This memoir of how grieving makes us behave like lunatics is wonderful on friendship and motherhood and brutally honest about the rest' Psychologies '[A] grimly hilarious journey ... brutally funny reading about midlife coming of age' Kirkus My story begins with a divorce. During the four years of…

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1 author picked Good in a Crisis as one of their favorite books. Why do they recommend it?

I can relate to anaesthesiologist Overton’s skillfulness in a crisis, her inaptitude in identifying and selecting good male companionship, and her accepting that no one can be good at everything. She presents her stories with a refreshing sense of humour while emphasizing the need to enjoy life and empowering her readers to come to terms with our own experiences of loss of life and love.

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