After Moondog

Joanne and William Green seem to have the perfect marriage, but appearances are often deceiving For 25 years they ve endured rebellious children, protected aging parents, nurtured emotional intimacy and mourned its loss, wrestled extramarital affairs with flawed lovers, tolerated eccentric friends, and scrutinized comic marriage counselors Perfect is the least of theiJoanne and William Green seem to have the perfect marriage, but appearances are often deceiving For 25 years they ve endured rebellious children, protected aging parents, nurtured emotional intimacy and mourned its loss, wrestled extramarital affairs with flawed lovers, tolerated eccentric friends, and scrutinized comic marriage counselors Perfect is the least of their worries Just getting through the day seems to be the difficult challenge Their weapons of choice A finely honed, razor sharp sense of humor and the imperfect knowledge of their hearts.
After Moondog Joanne and William Green seem to have the perfect marriage but appearances are often deceiving For years they ve endured rebellious children protected aging parents nurtured emotional intimacy a

  • Title: After Moondog
  • Author: Jane Shapiro
  • ISBN: 9780446395267
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “After Moondog”

    1. so moondog. blink and you'll miss moondog. he's homeless and famous in new york, and he really doesn't matter except that he does. what really matters is that joey and willie met while meeting moondog. and they become that person for each other that you'll never really stop loving even when you should. so moondog is there in the beginning and then he's gone. which is kinda the point. or it's not.but yeah moondog he's a cool cat.

    2. Tedious and trivial novel about the long term aftermath of a divorce with all the whining; affairs; anger at and obsession with the ex; all the typical responses of getting along over the years are all there leading to an unsatisfactory ending. You get the feeling that they shouldn"t have been married in the first place.

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