Now in paperback: A “compelling take on the joys and agonies of growing older” (Los Angeles Times) with “loads to flat-out adore” (The New York Times)
As Ian Brown’s 60th birthday loomed, every moment seemed to present a choice: Confront or deny the fact that the end was now closer than the beginning. Brown instead chose to notice every moment, try to understand it, capture it . . . all without panicking.
“A rich new book . . . laugh-out-loud passages.”—Forbes
“Well considered and illuminating, Sixty allows readers to delve deeply into the real meaning of maturity.”—Booklist
“Witty and poignant. I laughed aloud.”—The Wall Street Journal
“Those turning 60 will appreciate and find resonance with Brown’s honest grappling with his aging.”—Publishers Weekly