The Uncoupling by Meg Wolitzer: Impressions

The Uncoupling by Meg Wolitzer: Impressions

Once again, I very much enjoyed Wolitzer’s style of writing. It’s wry and warm at the same time. I did not enjoy The Uncoupling nearly as much as The Wife, though, as the plot seemed to be less tightly woven, more meandering in style. The story is set in a New Jersey suburb called Stellar […]

The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer: Impressions

The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer: Impressions

Disclaimer: I absolutely adored The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer. First lines: “The moment I decided to leave him, the moment I thought, enough, we were thirty-five thousand feet above the ocean, hurtling forward but giving the illusion of stillness and tranquility. Just like our marriage, I could have said, but why ruin everything now?” Background/sysnopsis: […]

Mid-Night Update

Mid-Night Update

Well, I’ve certainly been remiss about posting here, and, apparently feeling so guilty about it, I was compelled to wake up in the middle of the night and write something. After finishing The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer, of course, which I absolutely loved. However, it’s 3:30 a.m. and I’ve only just finished it and would […]