Review by: Shapoppa
This book was written in 1955 and was Morrow-Lindbergh's biggest success. Now it's 2016 and her words are still relevant. I can identify as I am a middle-aged woman who left a career behind to marry and raise children. Although it's wonderful to stay home and watch my children learn and grow, it is also difficult to come to terms with the realization that the hopes and dreams I had for my future are just that. It's a quick read (121 pages) and well worth it once you have finished The Aviator's Wife.