Book summary: The Pull of the Moon

1996 BY ELIZABETH BERG

"Not a novel about a woman leaving home, but . . . a human being finding her way back." —Chicago Tribune
"Turning 50 seems to turn women crazy. When Nan hits this mark, she hits the road, leaving behind her home and husband. Driving west from Boston, she consults only her own pleasure. And while this sounds easy, it is often arduous for Nan, who can hardly remember what her own pleasure is . . . The Pull of the Moon is upbeat from beginning to end." —Boston Sunday Globe

"Measured, delicate, and impossible to walk away from." —Entertainment Weekly

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