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Top 40 Book Club : 2012
33 TO BE SUnG UnDERwATER toM McNeAl Judith Whitman seems to have it all – a successful career, a long and happy marriage to Malcolm and a well adjusted teenage daughter. But circumstances lead her to question these things and cracks in her happiness begin to appear. Judith begins reminiscing of her teenage first love, Willy Blunt, who she left when she moved to college and met Malcolm. The question ‘Can the past ever be recaptured?’ is explored and answered with a surprising turn of events. This is a gentle and lyrical look at what happiness really means, and the repercussions of the choices we make.