Years of Dreams by Gloria Goldreich

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On the afternoon President Kennedy is assassinated, four women are watching their toddlers in the park. As they talk the women form a friendship that lasts for 25 years. Although from varying backgrounds, the women share the experiences of love, children, drugs and sex as well as friendship.

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Gloria Goldreich lives in Tuckahoe, NY.
Published May 1, 1992 by Little Brown & Co (T). 496 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Through the years, the four shoot into fame, fortune, and/or fulfilling career while locating love--and themselves--in history: ``[the beginning of the 60's] was our decade--the decade of youth and hope, the decade when we'd turn the world around.'' (They tend to talk like that.) Among the ...

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In an intense and passionate novel, Goldreich ( Leah's Journey ) chronicles the close, 20-year relationship begun when four remarkable young women meet in a New York City park the day President Kennedy is assassinated.

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