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With time, every marriage changes considerably into a beautiful or horrible experience depending on the small choice we make and accidents that happen. Hourglass puts a probe into the life of the author Dani Shapiro. The author of the book boldly accepts the reckoning of her own marital life and presents to us a literary and extremely emotional memoir which could be said to be a guide on how a happy life is reckoned by small mistakes we do not acknowledge.
What makes this book stand out?
The book presents a different angle to a married life and relationships.
Read it for
The book presents to us the ups and downs a married life experiences and how we could learn from small things.
Don't read it for
The book keeps on jumping from past to present, sometimes making it hard to understand her reference to things. But that doesn’t keep the book from being a perfectly written artwork and a top ten memoir of 2017.