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Great review, "laughingfit". Your last two sentences sum up the this book perfectly and I love your comment about Lipman being 'in love with her Thalia creation':... Read morePublished 26 days ago by laurabeth
Another sweet and thoughtful novel from this author. Delightful.Published 3 months ago by W. Taylor
I love Elinor Lipman novels! They are easy to read, light hearted and fun.Published 6 months ago by Teresa Rusk
Wow, this is an awful book.
If you've ever read popular humorous novels or short stories from the 1950s or 1960s that feel totally dated now -- like "Coffee, Tea or... Read more
It was witty and fun. The characters were believable and well developed.Published 11 months ago by janette McKinnon
I kept reading wondering where the story would go and to me it was just not a satisfying read.Published 11 months ago by Wendy E. Harrington
This is not the genre I usually read, but it made me laugh out loud. I really, really hope this can be made into a movie. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Night Reader
The plot is a bit contrived, but it fits, and I liked the characters. I found it down-to-earth and quite funny in parts.Published 13 months ago by Dolores Hansen Nelson
Sometimes you want a book that makes you feel good. This book made me feel good by the end. Through circumstance and life in general people have grown apart. Read morePublished 14 months ago by toothrough