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Posted April 8, 2012
Drugs, abortion clinics, Vietnam war and Afghanistan war are the
Drugs, abortion clinics, Vietnam war and Afghanistan war are the many pressure points that this book highlights within one couple's journey together and apart. Jumping between the past and the present, the reader is taken back into the Vietnam/Woodstock time to find a couple trying to find their way both in their own individuality and within the couple.
Gordon was young man who wasn't quite sure what path he wanted to take, but he did know he wanted Glenna by his side the entire way. Glenna was pursuing the doctor route, but you knew as a reader that she wasn't absolutely sure what her true passions were. Unraveling their story simultaneously in the past and the present was interesting and I enjoyed how the reader was exposed to the secrets and the back story. I absolutely loved the formatting, it was different, but it gave the book character.
I thoroughly enjoyed the journey because it showed that relationships can take some hard hits when both the individuals in it are not quite sure about themselves. You can not be a good partner unless you are fully aware of your own self-worth. Although there was quite a lot of drug use and sexual interactions, the greater story was interesting and the plot had enough to enjoy the story above what may have been happening in the late 60s.
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