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This book was OK,not a real page turner.
But interesting insights into middle America
A story about family dynamics. A typical family that covers all different kinds of personalities shaped in part by the parents authoring a book about sex. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tracey M. Valente
An interesting read no doubt. I enjoyed the story, characters and turnout of the plot. I'm n o t sure how closely this resembles J o y of Sex book origins in reality, but... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robin Higdon
Very average in storyline; characters not compelling. Overall not a great use of my time. Would not recommend.Published 10 months ago by Kate
I like the way Meg Wolitzer wrote this story. I like when an author uses flashbacks. You will enjoy the 70's references. If you like The Interestings you will like this.Published 12 months ago by Riva Alboum
I read the Interestings and it was... interesting. Maybe a bit over-hyped but it kept my attention and got me to buy this book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by T. Engle
The book wasn't quite what I expected. It held my interest just enough to keep me reading, but not so much that I couldn't put it down.Published 12 months ago by Kathy Harrison