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Please keep creating, Meg Wolitzer, because I'll read everything you write.
Unfortunately the book was a disappointment and in the end this reader felt that her time could have been better spent reading something else.
The ending was okay but a little too 'magical' for me - although the unnamed narrator of the book seems finally revealed.
Meg Wolitzer can write. Her novel THE UNCOUPLING just missed the mark for me. Wolitzer's prose, her conversations and insights are great. Read morePublished 21 days ago by James L. Woolridge
This book drags from one woman in a couple to the next without going anywhere but to suggest that something will happen. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cynthia Davis
I've only recently discovered this author, this the third of her books I have read. Although there is a bit of a supernatural component, it is realistic enough to be unsettling. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jojo0826
The storyline is not well-developed and the characters are not believable. Worst book club choice ever. We wanted to have a book burning party to get rid of all our copies.Published 10 months ago by mom in va
A friend recommended this novel to me, and I loved the idea. I always love inventive ideas that are deeply involved with women, but this Meg Wolizter. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Susan K. Noel
When a new drama teacher comes to Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Stellar Plains, New Jersey, she undertakes to stage the Greek comedy Lysistrata. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kim Meyers
If Amazon allowed us to do half a star, I would've rated this 3.5 instead of just 3. Overall this was an interesting read, and there were parts about it that I liked. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lindsey R. Nichols
Lysistrata is an ancient Greek play in which the female lead organizes a sex strike against the Peloponnesian War. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Patti
The Uncoupling by Meg Wolitzer had such great potential. The premise of a town where the women all swear off sex due to a production of being Lysistrata, the comedy by... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lauren Grimley