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I was tempted to abandon this book during the first section that takes place in a Seychelles-like place in the Indian Ocean. Read morePublished 12 months ago by John Fitzpatrick
IF this "novel" isn't a roman à clef, then I don't know what is. The story is thinly disguised and based on the reality of the author's marriage, i.e., Ms. Read morePublished 17 months ago by juliette montague
There were so many descriptive words in each sentence I couldn't keep up with it. The premise of the book was laid out in the first few chapters, so the rest was flowery and... Read morePublished on August 18, 2013 by Cal's Mom
My book club and I would highly recommend it! Jean was hilarious she was like part of us. Some of us could relate to her It was a story well told and a great book for others to sit... Read morePublished on April 1, 2009 by Jonathan Frett
I have found this book to be a fun and compelling study of modern day marriage. I particularly enjoyed Jean's take on life
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This is a terrific book. It is timely but deals with timeless themes. Full of vibrant imagery, good humor and a story well told. Everyone should read it. Read morePublished on March 30, 2009 by Open Minded Reader
So glad I didn't let the other reviews discourage me from reading this book. Well drawn characters and a compelling story about a certain time in life and in a marriage.Published on January 10, 2009 by Mary Berman
Attachment connotes different things. How a bout a flying bird, carrying a blank document in its beak? Sort of like "a message in a bottle"? No? Read morePublished on November 19, 2008 by mark jabbour