I liked this book about a young woman who’s heroine and mentor is one of the central pillars of the women’s movement. This mentor gives purpose to Greer’s life even if she isn’t living the way she always imagined when tragedy envelops the life of her once upwardly mobile boyfriend. It’s about the people who guide us and how that relationship can evolve from worship to the realization that no one is perfect. Meg Wolitzer writes detailed slice of life dramas. When I have time, I enjoy her work. Her book ‘The Interestings’ was good too.