Three years after the events of Fear of Flying, we catch up with Isadora Wing.
With two marriages and a bestseller in her wake, Isadora finds herself in sunny California and the hedonistic Hollywood.
From grief and betrayal to jealousy and trust, Jong explores the ways in which a marriage unravels. In the end, Isadora must learn to save herself.
Praise for How to Save Your Own Life –
‘Once again, women everywhere will identify…. Every bit as compelling and wit-filled as Jong’s first, Fear of Flying.’ — West Coast Review of Books
‘Wickedly funny … This is an erotic lust story … enjoy, enjoy.’ — Wall Street Journal
‘A galloping good story… rollicking and bawdy, with a center of pure gold. Read it!’ — Cleveland Plain Dealer
‘shameless, sex-saturated and a joy’ — People