When her husband takes a risky career leap and leaves her the sole breadwinner, Alice Pearse abandons her beloved part-time work as a magazine editor in pursuit of a higher-paying gig. She soon finds a seemingly perfect job at Scroll, the hip start-up changing the future of books and reading. With her new full-time work, three kids, and an ailing father, Alice is forced to juggle more than she bargained for.
The best part of A Window Opens – for someone as book crazy as myself – is Alice’s passion for literature. Her new job requires extensive rumination about the reading experience, testing Scroll’s chic book lounges, and being the guardian of the first edition of her favorite book (*squeal!*).
A Window Opens is an quick read, emotionally satisfying, and a book about books. What more could we really ask for?
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