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The story of a psychiatrist who marries his patient and then slowly their marriage meets with various peaks and troughs and disintegrates over time. The narrative of this book is taken directly from the writer’s own life, rather a very painful period of it.
What makes this book stand out?
Being Fitzgerald’s last ever published book during his lifetime.
Read it for
If you rate the best F Scott Fitzgerald books in order of popularity, this will probably not top the list. But in terms of the writer’s raw emotions behind the written words, Tender is the Night is considered to be his most heartbreaking piece of work ever.
Don't read it for
If too real and true emotions are not for your reading taste.