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"A picaresque, funny, touching adventure of Isadora Wing...on the run from her psychoanalyst husband, in quest of joy and her own true self." - New York Review of Books
This book is just a lot of dirty language without any substance.
The beautiful thing about 'Fear of Flying' is that, if you are an intelligent, educated woman, you will see yourself in it and its protagonist, Isadora.
The end was truly disappointing to me, because it was just so disconnected from everything--kind of abrupt, vague, and still really stupid.
The first time I owned this book was when I stole it from the paperback rack in the convenience store where I worked when I was 19 years old. Read morePublished 22 days ago by James Y. Wayland
I loved this read! I am 25 and felt like I learned a lot about myself from Jong's book! Juicy Read!Published 1 month ago by Jesse G
Fear of Flying is an excellent book that takes on a fearless journey about what women think about, fantasize about, worry about, and dream about. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Diane Mae Robinson, Multi award-winning children's author
It was difficult to read & I expected a strong & likeable woman as the main character. It was disappointing. I had to force myself to finish it.Published 3 months ago by Tina Muto-Wong
Slow to get into but still a good read especially for those lazy daysPublished 3 months ago by brwnsknswty
Read it because it was a classic. I expected it to me much more raunchy but it was not though it was far from prudish or puritan. Sex was the vehicle for her philosophy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bean Slap
This story, Fear of Flying, is told from the perspective of a woman so I found it awkward being a man reading its words and imagining in this frame of reference. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M.W.Heishman
She must have had a lot of fun writing this book. It's funny, clever, erudite and outrageous.Published 5 months ago by fergus moylan