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I'm not okay with her telling him she loves him out of fear that she'll be alone.
This book was so boring and infuriating that I skimmed through about 100 pages and read the last few chapters, just so I could see how it ended.
The story is really quite lame, yet I found I had a little trouble putting it down.
I didn't love "What She Saw...", but I found it engaging and creative enough that I promptly picked up this book. Boy, was I disappointed. Read morePublished on February 26, 2010 by Avid Reader
I chose this book as my selection for our monthly Book Club. (I'd read a raving good review of it in a magazine)
I was disappointed and found it to be a BORING book. Read more
Why on earth does Phoebe move back to her parents' New Jersey home? For a whole list of reasons. They include being sick of her existence in Manhattan, disgusted by yet another... Read morePublished on March 28, 2004 by Bookreporter
You won't stop laughing or turning the pages. Rosenfeld gets it all exactly right. I'll follow Pheobe Fine to the end. THIS IS NOT CHICK LIT. Read morePublished on March 22, 2004
Not only could I not put Why She Went Home down, but I found myself compelled to read numerous passages out loud to my friends. (I had to explain my sudden bursts of laughter. Read morePublished on March 20, 2004