Author(s): Jane Hawking
"A great read." - Daily Mail"Stephen Hawking may think in 11 dimensions, but his first wife has learnt to love in several." - The Sunday Times"What becomes of time when a marriage unravels? And what becomes of the woman who has located her whole self within its sphere? For Jane Hawking, the physics of love and loss are set in a private universe." - The Guardian"Jane describes the final, painful years of her marriage in candid detail." - The Independent"Jane Hawking's harrowing and compelling account . . . rings very true." - Irish Times"This is not a vindictive book, although the agony she went through is palpable; if Stephen's struggle to keep his mind clear is heroic, so is her determination to balance his escalating needs and those of their three children." - Independent on Sunday"Jane writes about her former husband with tenderness, respect and protectiveness." - Sunday Express"Jane Hawking has written a book about what it was like to be pivotal to her husband's celebrated existence . . . but it is much more a shout from the outer darkness." - The Daily Telegraph
Jane Hawking, who was Stephen Hawking's wife for more than 25 years, is a writer, lecturer, and the author of "At Home in France."