The Jane Austen RemedyRuth Wilson
At the age of seventy, Ruth Wilson blew up her life. Confronting feelings of regret and unhappiness, she left her husband, bought a sunshine-yellow cottage in the Southern Highlands and resolved to re-read the books that had shaped her formative years: Jane Austen's six novels.
Over the next ten years, as Ruth read between the lines of both the novels and her own life, she slowly began to reclaim her identity.
Now aged ninety, Ruth shares her beautiful, life-affirming lessons in love, self-acceptance and the curative power of reading, as well as a timely reminder that it's never too late to seize a second chance.