The Stations of Solitude

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The long-awaited follow-up to Koller's bestselling chronicle of self-discovery An Unknown Woman outlines how Koller has used her personal philosophy to meet the challenges of everyday life and invites readers to make their own commitment to honest living. Topics include earning money, finding a home, mourning, and feeling good about living alone as well as with others.

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Seajack

Aug 10, 2007

Author's philosophy of life

This one is a sequel to Koller's previous book "An Unknown Woman" - and yet it's not. We do get details of her life since leaving Nantucket, but those threads function more as jumping off points for going into her philosophy of life. Readers expecting a lot of memoir will likely be disappointed, finding themselves skimming through large parts of this book.

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