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I couldn't get through very many pages. Although I love this author, this wasn't her best story.Published 5 days ago by U Zacharias
I didn't love the main character in this book, I felt that she was kind of melancholy. It made the book not as fun to readPublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love Curtis Sittenfeld, and really enjoyed this book. It was her second, I think. Books she's written since then are definitely more complex, but this one was also SO... Read morePublished 1 month ago by janellen
Il came to Curtis Sittenfield late but as I've gone back and read her earlier works, I realize how very, very good she is! Where were you when I needed a roommate... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I could never really get into this book...I'm not sure if it was the style of writing or the story line. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cat3
Not her best, in my opinion. Disaffected characters were not particularly evocative to create empathy for reader. Best work for sure was Prep and Sisterland. Sorry!Published 17 months ago by Dawn W.