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The story held my interest. It isn't a masterpiece, but I really enjoyed the characters and the plot.Published 7 months ago by Barbara M. Goldberg
I thought this book started out pretty descriptive and verbose and I was worried it would be annoying if it continued. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jenna
Waldman is super in touch with Manhattanite moms, nannies, therapists and very precocious NYC kids. Perfect mix of humor, frustration, sadness and painful awarenessPublished 10 months ago by Santamarina
I am now and will remain a complete fan of Ayelet Waldman. This is the third of her books if have read in ten days, and they are marvelous! Why didn't I find her earlier?Published 19 months ago by terrelee
Finally found another great author. Sad, funny, smart and gives you a taste of NYC's Central Park. Great vacation read.Published 19 months ago by Vicki Sherman
A face off with a personal tragedy and the demons in one's soul.
Great story telling and a well laid out human encounters!
Good friend recommended this book but I didn't think it was up to her standards! So, me, me, me… the story could have been broader. I would not recommend it.Published 20 months ago by Judy
Starting out with the loss of a child I wasn't sure. It is a
great read! I couldn't put it down!
This novel is, quite simply, badly written. It is about a woman who has lost her child and whose loss leads to the disintegration of her marriage. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Martha Witt