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She does it again in this story about the deceased 'great man' and the hilarious women whose lives he shared.
This is the first book by Kate Christensen that I have read, and I was highly impressed both by her writing style and her character creations.
The author offers great insight regarding the subtleties of the artistic mindset, including the demands and requirements placed on others.
The title is deceptive, or at best ironic., because it's all about the women.
The "great man" is dead, and the women with whom he was involved- mostly his wife, his... Read more
Tight compelling stories of the juicy women behind the really not so great man.Published 2 months ago by David A.
It's is the third book of Kate Christen that I've read. I'm hooked. Kate Christensen has the ability to see the world as it really is, for every character in her book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Sumner
Interesting portrayal of women's roles and relationships with each other and men. I wonder how or if these things have changed very much in today's society.Published 16 months ago by Susan McCrary
This was the recommendation I got from an article in 'This Week'. I did not find this to be true, but it did show several examples of great friendships.Published 18 months ago by Loves to Travel
This book simply did nothing for me. If you want a fun story and a quick read, read the book. Although entitled The Great Man, it is the story of the women in this so-called great... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Richard A. Blumenthal
Kate Christensen has the ability to create characters that never bore. She does it again in this story about the deceased 'great man' and the hilarious women whose lives he... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Victor Aral
This is a well told story of relationship rivalries. Christensen leads the reader through the unraveling of a deceased famous painter, keeping the suspense as to what secret lies... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Odile
This is very different from The Epicure's Lament which is fun romp. She does a fine job of contrasting the viewpoints of 'the great man' from the positions of his wife, long term... Read morePublished 21 months ago by P. Bolton