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A Year by the Sea: Thoughts of an Unfinished Woman


During the years Joan Anderson was a loving wife and mother she slowly and unconsciously replaced her own dreams with the needs of her family. When ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of A Year by the Sea: Thoughts of an Unfinished Woman

Overall customer rating: 5.000
Lindsay P

Year by the Sea

by Lindsay P on Jan 6, 2013

Easy read, good story, great for book club! Book came in excellent condition.


Rediscovering yourself!

by olbb on Nov 12, 2009

This woman is a friend, like Madeleine Chapsal - journalists who's not afraid of talking about emotions - writes for women and at a certain age, it's important to rediscover oneself and vital to lose one's hold - Thanks to Sarah Ban Breathnach who is responsible for this. I loved what she told about Anderson and thanks to Anderson who made me discover this great lady: Joan Erikson and thanks to Erikson who...... thank you all!!! This book is a good companion, it helps in feeling better each day - take it with you!


A must read for all women over 40

by nancyk on Oct 13, 2007

This book opens up so many possibilities for all women. You will see yourself in this book over and over again. Best when read on the beach!


Very Motivating

by Marilee on Sep 13, 2007

This book was a very motivating book. It touched on a lot of aspects of my life it was like I was reading a book about me! She is such an excellent writer. I hated to put the book down.

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