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Started out really great! I loved the scandals and the way people looked at their lives and thought about how different things had turned out than when they would have guessed... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Genevieve Speegle
One of the best books I ever read! I can not put into words the emotions this book made me feel. This is definitely a dark read, It was dark but hopeful. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Chrissylynn80
I am surprised that I made it to the end of this book. There is s complete lack of likable characters and while I don't necessarily enjoy stories where the author feels that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Clark
This is a fantastic novel about suburban adults with young children. The book is well-written, engaging, and surprisingly touching. An excellent contemporary novel.Published 2 months ago by Abby
The mark of a great writer is ability to take a subject in which a reader may have no interest, and make it absolutely gripping. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joseph Hirsch
I expected more from this book. I kept waiting for something to happen, a big twist and then it never did. I was left disappointed by the end.Published 10 months ago by Lelanie Crous
"Little Children" is a novel about individuals with families who refuse to take responsibility for their lives. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jiang Xueqin
I thought it was pretty good. my first book by Perrotta. I've since read most of his books..........Published 12 months ago by doug mitchell
Might I be an anomaly here? I loved this book. It's cloyingly wrong, disturbing, and oh-so-good. The writing is astutely observant, descriptive, bright and gleaming. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Leslie Lindsay