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This is a great reminder of how far women have come and still many of her fears still ring true.
About halfway through, I found myself despising the main character, which is weird because I tend to be sympathetic to even the most unlikable protagonists.
Every time, I want something good to read, I just simply pull this book out, randomly open at any page and start reading.
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 25 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