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John Searles, MSNBC.com
“A memoir so raw you feel like it's your best friend telling you her story.”
“A smart, rueful memoir of love, betrayal and survival.”
O, the Oprah magazine
“You gobble up [Happens Every Day], rooting for the engaging Gillies? A guilty pleasure for readers."
“I couldn't help but admire her bravery in exposing the dark side of her seemingly perfect life in such a good-humored, self-effacing way?. You feel nothing but deepest sympathy.”
As the title says: It happens every day. Families break up, get reconfigured and the earth keeps turning. Painful, hopeful. We pick up the pieces and , with our wound, move on.Published 4 months ago by willow
Extremely well written true story of the disintegration of the marriage of a young couple with two children (3 years and 18 months). Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Brock
Started out a bit disjointed, but quickly drew me in. Unique, exquisitely personal take on a marriage breaking up. It may "happen every day," but never to you...Published 10 months ago by Patricia B. Ware
The writing isn't great; just mediocre. However, the story is very interesting and somewhat makes up for the juvenile writing style and repetitive word choices.Published 13 months ago by Maria J. Fahlsing
A friend suggested this book so she must have liked it okay. I could not stand it. 'Poor me' the whole way. Felt like a book of revenge on her ex-husband. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Birgit Heidorn
The author of this book handles her husband's infidelity like a champ! I needed tips, because when my husband cheated- I went a little nuts LOL.Published 17 months ago by Adriana
I LOVE this book. Its like she is relating directly to me! She is a great writer. You really get a great description of whats going on.Published 18 months ago by Lisa