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I decided to not waste my time anymore and read something I enjoy.
You could say that about any one if the characters in this book and I guess the good news is they find themselves in better places by the end.
As a fan of Amy Sohn I was looking forward to its release and preordered it, bit I was very disappointed.
Life in Park Slope, Brooklyn is anything but dull in Amy Sohn’s edgy, tantalizing novel Motherland. Following five parents as they struggle with identity and happiness, the reader... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Colleen T.
I thought it was the worst novel that I had ever purchased, and deleted it from my Kindle after reading about a third of it.Published 15 days ago by Shirl
Like others, I could not wait to finish this book so I could throw it into the recycling bin. (I know...I should be buying books on my tablet but I like the feel of a hard cover). Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sam Di Giralomo
Every now and then I like to read what I call a "junk food" book--the literary equivalent of a pint of Ben & Jerry's. Read morePublished 6 months ago by TR Patmore
Did you know that Jewish women can spot another Jewish woman who has had a nose job? I learned there can also be a half Jewish nose with a partial hook and that Jewish women are... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Booklover!
Thought this would be insightful and humorous commentary on parents with young children in a hip and interested local. Instead, it was a sad soap opera of sex and drugs. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rachelima
Not as good as the author's previous books. Everyone is unhappy, all the characters want to cheat...blah blah blah, not stimulating by any means.Published 12 months ago by Diana
Great book with intriguing characters, plots, places and overall amusing. The book is devided into little stories which interlaces throughout and creates a good frame and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sofie Antonsen
From the blurb on the cover it sounded like a book I would like -- expected lots of character development. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pamela Renney