Before Francis Scott Fitzgerald died at the age 44, he thought he was a failure. His obituaries described him as an obscure writer who never fulfilled his early promise. Twenty years later, Fitzgerald was universally recognized as one of the great literary figures of the century and The Great Gatsby was widely acclaimed as one of the greatest novels of the modern era. Tender Is the Night is the fourth and final novel completed by F. Scott Fitzgerald. While holidaying at a villa on the French Riviera, Dick and Nicole Diver, a wealthy American couple, meet the young film star, Rosemary Hoyt. As their relationship unravels, glimpses of their troubled past emerge, and a series of disturbing events unfolds. A brilliant young psychiatrist at the time of his marriage, Dick is both husband and doctor to Nicole, whose wealth goads him into a lifestyle not his own, and whose growing strength highlights Dick's harrowing demise. Dick is offered a partnership in a Swiss psychiatric clinic, and Nicole pays for the entire clinic. After his father's death, Dick travels to America for the burial, and then to Rome in hopes of seeing Rosemary. They start a brief affair... Fitzgerald considered the novel to be his masterwork and expected it to eclipse the popularity and acclaim of his earlier novels, particularly The Great Gatsby. However, it was instead met with mixed reviews and lukewarm sales. Enjoy free online English audiobook “Tender Is the Night”, the first novel completed for publication by F. Scott Fitzgerald.