David Nicholls, author of mega-hit, One Day, and (soon to be mega-hit?) Us sat down with Library Journal's Barbara Hoffert to discuss his new book. It is one of Virginia's faves, and it tells the story of Douglas and Connie, a long-married couple whose marriage is in trouble and the epic road trip embarked on to save it.
Why did you tell the story from Douglas’s perspective?
Is it fair to call this a novel about a failing marriage that is really a novel about love?