Sorrow and Bliss OverviewThrough the eyes of Martha, a 40-year-old woman who has struggled with being different since adolescence, Megan Mason offers a sobering, yet often humorous perspective on mental illness. Sorrow and bliss are inextricably wound together in a narrative that betrays itself, exploring the equally tight-knit themes of family, marriage, and motherhood. Martha’s journey, unsettling at times and gratifying at others, points to the inevitability of change and the need for acceptance.
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