Library Ed. Blackstone Audio 1995
CS ISBN $35.95 Six cassettes
L’Engle’s memoir of her early years, courtship and forty-year marriage to Hugh Franklin deals candidly and thoughtfully with issues of love, a spiritual life, the demands of her life as a writer and Franklin’s as an actor, and the effects of these on family life. While the author reads clearly and distinctly, the periodic hesitation and choppiness of a nonprofessional are present. These are soon overlooked, however, because of the skillful and perceptive writing. This engrossing and personal account provides insight into the life of an author and the journey of a marriage. M.A.M. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB 96]
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