happens, or should happen, when life stops us in our tracks,
or our own choices do? What if both secrets and secret needs,
long guarded steadfastly, are finally revealed? What is the
"A real love story . . . with a sympathy and depth new to McInerney's fiction."
—The New York Times
"The Good Life is McInerney's most fully imagined novel as it is his most ambitious and elegiac."
—The New York Review of Books