On the verge of turning 60 years old, Marie starts to keep a diary to help her chart the rest of her life. Her daughter is about to present her with a grandchild. There's some smoldering embers surrounding a widower whom she had a crush on in high school. And her friend Penny is mulling over the prospect of having an affair with a man 30 years younger.
The British roots come through in the dry humor, and it just tickles the funny bone from start to finish. Lots of fun.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our June, 2007 issue.
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