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The women in the offices of EMF [Kate's firm] don't tend to display pictures of their kids. The higher they go up the ladder, the fewer the photographs. If a man has pictures of kids on his desk, it enhances his humanity; if a woman has them it decreases hers. Why? Because he's not supposed to be home with the children; she is.There's inherent drama here: Kate is wildly appealing, and we want things to work out for her. In the end, the book isn't a just collection of clever lines on the theme of working motherhood; it's a real, rich novel about a character we come to cherish. --Claire Dederer --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Boohoo! you didn't make a cake by yourself, some people are dirt poor and can't buy nor make cakes.
Boohoo you have a husband that loves you, but since you're bored you... Read more
This book is probably a good summary of why I can't stand "busy" people. They always have so many things to do.. not. Read morePublished 8 months ago by crazypuce
The author wrote in somewhat of a shorthand at first, likely to match the frenetic nature of the main character. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jenn Z
I have spent 3 weeks being Nurse Betty to my wife and I still couldn't helo sksonh where does the toilet paper go. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Reena Van Aalst
Goodreads Description- Delightfully smart and heartbreakingly poignant, Allison Pearson’s smash debut novel has exploded onto bestseller lists as “The national anthem for working... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Regina Niesen
To be honest, I preferred the movie to this book. The ending was disappointing and turns out that she cant have it all.Published 12 months ago by Natalie
This book is amazing! I loved the Kindle version. It definitely spoke to me as a mother of three with a full time job!Published 13 months ago by Erin Steiner