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An Amazon Best Book of the Month, July 2014: In Landline, Rainbow Rowell once again shares her insightful, funny perspective on love and relationships, this time delving into a marriage floundering in the wake of kids, careers, and the daily grind. Georgie and Neal have been married for fifteen years and have two young girls who Neal cares for while Georgie works as a sitcom writer. When Georgie skips the family trip to her in-laws in Omaha for Christmas and the rest of her family goes without her, she realizes that maybe her marriage is going too. When a line to the past (literally) gives Georgie a chance to re-live an earlier pivotal moment in their relationship, she sees it as an opportunity to figure out if she and Neal should have been together in the first place. Landline is a deeply resonant story about being willing to go all in--at the start or after being together for many years--for the kind of love that makes “everything else just scenery.” --Seira Wilson
I was not a huge fan Attachments (and feel like the only one, lol), however, I adored this book. It was a quick read and I finish it had been a lot longer than 300 pages. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by rachel
"Georgie and Neal have been married for fourteen years. Georgie is the bread-winner (she's a comedy writer), and Neal stays home and takes care of the house and the meals and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Donna Woods
I waited a long time to read this book and found it to be very predictable and somewhat boring.Published 2 days ago by Rosemary Knapp
Got very tired of the central character and her narcissism.....
Frankly Neal and Heather seemed far more interesting. Cannot recommend.
First A Huge Disclaimer: If you are skimming reviews to figure out which Rainbow Rowell book to read first, don't make it this one. Please. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bunny
This book was so bad I can't believe I read the whole thing. Hopefully you can get a library copy so you don't waste actual money on it. Read morePublished 16 days ago by jjkaiser