The Wife's Tale - Lori Lansens Reviews
Description:ISBN 1844086178 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lori Lansens / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-05 by Virago Press Ltd
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by - written on 26/01/13 (Very useful, 78 readings)
'the wife's tale' is something that appealed to me on my last library trip. The picture on the front shows a happy looking woman looking into the sunshine, and there was a sticker on the book saying it was by the author of 'the girls'. While I have not read 'the girls' I do own a copy of it from book swapping, but have just never got round to reading it. I know that it is a popular book though, as it was a Richard and Judy book club read a few years back and I am not sure why I have not made the effort yet to read it apart from forgetting about it. 'the wife's tale' does not start off as the cheery read that it looks on the cover. We are introduced straight ... Read the complete review
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