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Three Women, by Lisa Taddeo

lacoconoire's review against another edition

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5.0

Didn't think any journalistic non-fiction would ever compete with my love for In Cold Blood...but this absolutely floored me. From start to finish. An incredible, insightful, moving, and impressive work of total art.

mackenzie_reads's review against another edition

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3.0

It was engaging and a fast read, but didn’t feel like nonfiction. The ending didn’t really wrap anything up, but rather just dropped off. It definitely didn’t feel like the product of ten years of “research”.

connorslyon's review against another edition

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1.0

THIS BOOK SHOULD INCLUDE A CONTENT/TRIGGER WARNING.

Deals with: sexual trauma, eating disorders, etc.

danielleedavis's review against another edition

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emotional reflective sad medium-paced

4.75

rrichman's review against another edition

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emotional reflective medium-paced

5.0

princessfishandchips's review against another edition

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3.0

3 women kept me hooked in. probably not in a good way. the wanting to know of how these women descended into such strange relationships. but that’s all it was. a recount. did i learn anything?? what did i takeaway? try to cope with things in a healthy way instead of having strange relationships that give us a temporary escape.

overall i learnt nothing and just read a bunch of sex scenes.

healthily coping mechanisms r important kids.

cafeautai's review against another edition

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challenging dark emotional informative reflective sad medium-paced

5.0

siknabazzi's review against another edition

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slow-paced

2.0

hannaplanell's review against another edition

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challenging inspiring medium-paced

3.5

rileythomp's review against another edition

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3.0

3.5 stars. This was a very intriguing read - I haven’t read anything like it before. The choice to intersperse the stories was an interesting one. I originally was a bit offput but it got easier to differentiate them as the book progressed.