The Course of Love (Hardback)Alain de Botton (author)
"A marriage guidance book wrapped up in the cunning disguise of a novel….." - The Sunday Telegraph
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 379 g
Dimensions: 222 x 144 x 25 mm
Anyone who is, has been, or would ever like to be, in a satisfying, successful relationship, would do well to read de Botton. A brave couple might even read it together * Irish Independent *
Alain de Botton's gift is to prompt us to think about how we live -- Jeanette Winterson
Curious, humorous and dazzling... It contains more human interest than most fiction -- John Updike on 'How Proust Can Change Your Life'
His prose is lovely: clear, gently persuasive, light of touch * Observer on Religion for Atheists *
Alain de Botton likes to take big, complex subjects and write about them with thoughtful and deceptive innocence * Observer on The Architecture of Happiness *
Engaging, sympathetic, meticulous, acutely perceptive...There's a refreshing honesty in what De Botton has to say * The Guardian *
Well-observed and imbued with a tenderness that feels authentic and uncynical. It may even save some marriages * Evening Standard *
Thought-provoking... [a] worldly wise romance * Mail on Sunday *
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