This book is exceedingly insightful, masterfully written and ridiculously enjoyable. It’s about sexism, sex, classism, women in the workplace, aging, parenting, the divisive undercurrent of the at-home vs. working mom debate. It’s about marriage. It’s about choices. It is a substantial literary work wrapped up in a juicy tale of an ugly divorce. I devoured it over the course of a weekend. Now I need to find some kind of discussion board for this book because I don’t want to wait for book club to discuss.
Especially for a book whose main character is a dude. Really really impressive debut from a wonderful writer.
Well written. Started out great but kind of fizzled out.
Mind blowing. Fabulous. The most insightful journey that generations will think was written about them. If you start this book, nothing will make you stop. Nothing is better than devouring this brilliant novel. Raw. Honest. Wicked. Smart.