State of the Union: A Marriage in Ten Parts
"Married for years, Tom and Louise thought they had a stable home life-- until a recent incident pushed them to the brink. Going to therapy seemed like the perfect solution. But over drinks before their appointment, they begin to wonder: what if you take your marriage apart to see what's in there, but then you're left with a million pieces? For ten weeks, meeting before their weekly therapy sessions, their conversation forces them to look at their marriage-- and at each other."--Adapted from back cover.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nivramkoorb - LibraryThing
Nick Hornby is one of my favorite writers. His books are always funny and interesting. This book is a short read and comes off like a play because it might be. It is told in 10 parts with a couple ... Read full review
State of the Union: A Marriage in Ten PartsUser Review - Publishers Weekly
Hornby (Funny Girl) deploys his characteristic wit in this acerbic depiction of a marriage in crisis, already adapted for television. Tom, an unemployed 44-year-old music critic, and his wife, Louise ... Read full review