A review by greatexpectations77
Three Women, by Lisa Taddeo

challenging emotional reflective sad medium-paced


The writing style(s) of this book are so interesting, and I was really hooked on everyone's stories. And goddammit was I full of rage at the North Dakota one. I think what works really well in this book is that you may start it thinking that you wouldn't have anything in common with the three women, but as you dig deeper, you feel like they're speaking part of you. We all desire and usually, we're blocked and hurt. I'll be thinking for a long time about the advice that Ms. Taddeo's mother gave her in the last portion of the book. I think she's right, and that sucks.

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