Joanna's Reviews > The Bitch in the House: 26 Women Tell the Truth About Sex, Solitude, Work, Motherhood, and Marriage

The Bitch in the House by Cathi Hanauer
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Nov 04, 07

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Snippets of autobiographical vignettes, showcasing many different types of women and their various relationships. It was easy for me to empathize with the women and I found myself resenting the men, and in response, my own husband. This was fun while it lasted but I don't think it really was useful. In nearly every case, I wished for a continuation of story. I think I would really each woman to be made the main character of her own full size chicklit novel, complete with picture perfect happy ending. :-)

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Beth yes... I agree. Am I mis-remembering or did we start reading this book in a virtual book group (that disappeared?) this chicklit came off as too angry at men, and not taking enough responsibility for one's own happiness.

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