The radiant way
"Ambitious and artful...Drabble reminds us why we still love to read."
Liz, Alix and Ester have been part of one another's lives since their Cambridge days twenty-five years ago. Liz is a successful psychotherapist, Alix is a wife and mother, still pursuing politics, and Esther is an academic. As we follow them through the next five years we see their world changing around them, and we see each woman confronted with difficult, often painful, truths--about this new world, and more profoundly, about herself within it.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - oldblack - LibraryThing
This book created a fascinating image of a group of English people in an era of major political and social upheaval - the Thatcher era. The characters are all well drawn and most are appealing in some ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - strandbooks - LibraryThing
Thanks to the 1001 list I picked this book up. I loved it! I will read the other two soon. It follows 4 women as they meet in college during the 1950s and then go their separate ways but keep their ... Read full review