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message 1: by Anita (new)

Anita Start taking pictures of yourself now, in case you need them later.

message 2: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw Fascinating story thus far

message 3: by Anita (new)

Anita Perhaps one of the biggest surprises of this book was that it was written by a man. No offense. He just nails the woman's point of view.

message 4: by Doug (last edited Sep 25, 2011 07:31AM) (new)

Doug Bradshaw Now that makes sense. I really didn't notice that. Of course I would understand a man acting as a woman better than if it were really a woman. Same is true of the Memoirs of a Geisha. I kind of wish you wouldn't have told me. Dang. LOL

message 5: by Erin (new)

Erin So glad you liked it Doug. I too hate when I wake up and don't recognize the old man in bed next to me. I want to see this as a movie. How are you feeling about the casting of the Hollywood version of Girl with a Dragon Tattoo?

message 6: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw I love the Hollywood Casting for GWDT. Can't wait. LOL, my wife wakes up with an old man she knows and doesn't really like it.

message 7: by Erin (new)

Erin Maybe we will have to have a GWDT tailgate party, followed by the show.

message 8: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw I'm in

message 9: by Karin (new)

Karin i've got this one on hold at the library! can't wait to read it.

message 10: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw You like psychology so much, I think you'll enjoy it Karin.

message 11: by Anita (new)

Anita I'm so sorry that I let the cat out of the bag. I didn't know you were such a sexist!

message 12: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw Lol. I guess I'd prefer to read a book written from a woman's perspective by a woman than a man. If I found out you were a male named Anita, it would alter my thoughts about your posts to me. So, yes, you're right. To some extent I am sexist. Nevertheless I still loved the book and hand it to him for the believable and excellent job he did.

message 13: by Anita (new)

Anita I remember feeling the same way when I found out the author of Walking Across Egypt was a man. As to the rest of your post, don't be too surprised when the new reality show Sister/Brother Wives comes out starring Erin and me.

message 14: by Brenda (new)

Brenda Cregor Well, now, at least you can understand the protagonist's husband better. Right? ;0)

message 15: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw Right! LOL Hey Bre, meet two of the fun people here in my Goodreads Ward, Erin and Anita. Anita and Erin, meet Bre who is devoted to reading only the best of the best literature out there. We need to form our little club. Other's won't know much if we talk about Stakes and rms and whatnot, will they?

message 16: by Brenda (new)

Brenda Cregor Any goodreads friend of yours is a friend of mine. :0)

message 17: by Doug (new)

Doug Bradshaw Karin, I just realized, also has lds roots. Crazy. That's a nice comment, Bre. I agree with it.

message 18: by Brenda (new)

Brenda Cregor Somewhere, sometime, there's an LDS someone in our family tree.

message 19: by Karin (new)

Karin How would this lady earn her celestial ticket? She'd have to read the rules every day to remember what she's supposed to do to be a good mormon, he he.

message 20: by Brenda (new)

Brenda Cregor Mercy. :0)

message 21: by Eldhanna (new)

Eldhanna Liss My favorite book.

message 22: by Krishna (new)

Krishna Prasad guys this is my first novel and really loved it , easy to read and understand author's view..... could anyone suggest another good novel????

message 23: by Stacy (new)

Stacy Newman this book so far it is interesting and can't put it
down I give 5 stars

message 24: by Jess (new)

Jess Excellent review! I felt exactly the same way!
New books that I've recently read that remind of this book and are in a kind of similar vein:
What Happened to Michael
Close to Home
The Dry


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