Somehow: Thoughts on Love

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$22.00  $20.46
Riverhead Books
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4.81 X 8.33 X 0.72 inches | 0.69 pounds

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About the Author
Anne Lamott is the author of twenty books, including the New York Times bestsellers Help, Thanks, Wow; Dusk, Night, Dawn; Traveling Mercies; and Bird by Bird, as well as seven novels. A recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and an inductee to the California Hall of Fame, she lives in Northern California with her family.
PRAISE FOR SOMEHOW: Thoughts on Love

"Lamott brings her signature wit and warmth to these effervescent meditations on matters of the heart. . . . A topic that might feel trite in the hands of a lesser writer takes on fresh meaning in Lamott's, thanks to her ability to distill complex truths with a deceptive lightness. This rings true." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Lamott senses love in myriad ways. . . . Her innate honesty allows her to share her vulnerabilities and laugh at her own sometimes over-the-top attempts to find and share love. . . . But it is all done with such clarity, feeling, and goodness that readers will find themselves laughing out loud and fighting back tears. Ultimately, this is a testimony to love and hope in an often painful world. Lamott's many readers are loyal, and this will be an easy sell. But pass it on, too, to people who may not even realize that they are searching for ways to connect with and love others." --Booklist (starred review)

"In this book, [Lamott] focuses less on vengeful thinking for comic effect and more on the joys of smelling the roses. . . . As always, a strong vein of spirituality runs throughout, with Lamott's characteristic descriptions of an all-loving God who is often flummoxed and saddened by humanity, but hopeful anyway. . . . [This] is a kind view of loving oneself and others despite our collective imperfections." --Kirkus

"Beloved and best-selling author Lamott offers a joyful, feel-good read that explores the power of love--romantic, platonic, and familial--in people's lives, with her usual grace, humor, and insight." --Library Journal