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  • Stephanie Rosenbloom writes with irresistible curiousity and grace. I was drawn in from page one. Alone Time will make you love your solitude and it'll leave you raring for solitary travels. This book is deeply researched and full of heart.

    Michael Harris, author of The End of Absence and Solitude
  • An erudite and absorbing book... a "love letter to loners" and persuasvie argument for the bliss of solitude.

    Saga Non-fiction book of the month
  • An evocative, observant book.

    Time magazine
  • In Alone Time, the celebrated New York Times travel columnist espouses the virtues of solitude... Mixing her own analysis with insights from psychologists, sociologists, artists and innovators throughout history, Roesenbloom documents the restorative qualities of her 12-month tour or Paris, Istanbul, Florence and New York. If you're looking to reconnect with yourself and the world around you, this utterly unique reading experience will prove an inspiration.

    19th J.P. Morgan Reading List
  • A sublime sensory experience from start to finish.


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