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Men of Bad Character
 
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Kathleen Stewart
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Men of Bad Character

2.5 of 5 stars 2.50  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Do you ever really know the man you love? When Rose's eighteen-year relationship ends in the most shocking and unexpected way, she emerges from years of what she thought was a loving relationship and realizes the extent to which she was being emotionally manipulated and controlled. While trying to pick up the threads of her shattered life, she meets a charming and elusive...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by University of Queensland Pr (Australia) (first published 2010)
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Amy
There is something about this book that makes me keep reading. The poor main character seems to be traumatised by her bad relation experience, having nightmares and haunted by ex-bf. While I can relate to some of her feelings, the main character is also wrong for ignoring her intuition in a relationship.
After reading this book, although I know I will not be as stupid as the main character, but I also realised how unpredictable a man can be. He can be very loving in the beginning, then just sudde...more
Keziah
This was a compelling book in that I couldn't put it down. However much the main protagonist was a complete train wreck who most of the time I wanted to strangle, the author had the skill to make the reader want to go on for the ride. And to be honest, there were moments of self recognition in the obsession and self delusion of the main character. We've all been there, I'm just not sure I want to go back there.
Ruth
This was a compelling book in that I couldn't put it down. However much the main protagonist was a complete train wreck who most of the time I wanted to strangle, the author had the skill to make the reader want to go on for the ride. And to be honest, there were moments of self recognition in the obsession and self delusion of the main character. We've all been there, I'm just not sure I want to go back there.
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