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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.
This book was quite controversial when it first came out, so I probably would have given it 5 stars back then. Read morePublished 3 days ago by MRC
While she overdoes the f word and her sexual exploits she does a great job of explaining the womens' dilemma in a man's world. JimPublished 17 days ago by Jim Murray
One of the best writers. A quick read, interesting and provocative, but marred by a loathsome word. But she can really write.Published 1 month ago by Virginia Miller
I really enjoyed the book, in the unfortunate "50 Shades" generation, this book is refreshingly intelligent and reminisces pop culture with endless classic literature and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kendall
I found this boring, self-absorbed and rather pathetic. If the main character wanted to do something to express herself as a strong woman, and help the feminine cause, why not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Clare O'Beara
Revolutionary and an important biok when it came out. However, rudimentary prose and over the top with crude language. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachel Allen
While this is sort of a female empowerment book, it was an awesome read. Very entertaining, and I have recommended to several friends over the years who thought it was a great read... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Caroline
Unbelievable that at 38 and being very well read did this book just now come into my life. I loved every moment. And look forward to sharing it with others. Male and female.Published 2 months ago by kimberly peterson
I kept reading on and on, going through page by page; trying to get to the point of the writer's story, but she just kept setting the scene, until I finally put the book down and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nancy J. Consumer