By Jennifer Weiner
“We lose ourselves,” she repeated, forming each word with care, “but we find our way back.” Wasn’t that the story of her life? Wasn’t that the story of Bethie’s? You make the wrong choices, you make mistakes, you disappear for a decade, you marry the wrong man. You get hurt. You lose sight of who you are, or of who you want to be, and then you remember, and if you’re lucky you have sisters or friends who remind you when you forget your best intentions. You come back to yourself, again and again. You try, and fail, and try again, and fail again.
Thoughts: After a slow start I fell in love with the storyline, characters and the question through every generation - can women have it all?
This book explores how a women should be and want to be in this world. In love, in life, in career. Starting as a daughter, moving into girlfriends, wives, mothers, aunts, friends, and grandmother.
Through both sisters voices you feel - She’s everything and every woman. !