Books by Gail Sheehy

DARING by Gail Sheehy
Released: Sept. 9, 2014

"Daring, the author amply shows in this spirited life story, defines her."
A journalist recounts her risks, fears and triumphs. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 2, 2003

"A sharp study of grief in both individuals and the community. (8-page photo insert, not seen)"
The post-attack life of a New Jersey community that lost a disproportionate number of its members on 9/11. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 1998

Despite some facile passages, the bestselling journalist Sheehy (Passages, 1976; New Passages, 1995; etc.) has done it again: engaged in a good deal of research, interviewed many of the right people, and then produced a beautifully readable, very useful guide to important aspects of adult human development. Read full book review >
NEW PASSAGES by Gail Sheehy
Released: June 21, 1995

"A mix of inventive speculation and solid informationon impotence and menopause among the latterbut its impact is diluted by horoscope-like predictions and (though Sheehy surveyed thousands of people) a penchant for presenting anecdote as evidence. (Author tour)"
Here is Passages II, an upbeat, fact-filled, people-rich, but ultimately unsatisfying sequel to the 1976 bestseller. Read full book review >
Released: May 12, 1992

"Sheehy's book will be a bible for them—and hopefully for the doctors who treat them."
A compelling discussion about menopause, packed with facts and anecdotes that are right on target for the baby-boom women about to encounter change of life. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 14, 1990

A masterly and revelatory biography of the First Man in Moscow. Read full book review >