2.12.2007

Book Review: Happiness Sold Separately



Happiness Sold Separately by Lolly Winston

I was looking for something to listen to that wasn't mystery and suspense, and happened upon this story from Winston, which features Elinor, a women desperate to get pregnant who happens upon an affair of her husband's.

This story twists and turns through marriage, separation, new loves, pregnancy, lack of pregnancy, loss, renewal and more. Elinor is a wonderful character, and I found myself rooting for everyone in the story by the end.

A great fiction read!

Note: I listened to the audio version, narrated by Melinda Wade. Wade's narration is very good, but she reads VERY, VERY fast. It's like they took out every pause, every breath, everything and crammed the story into 5 skinny discs. Good...but FAST!

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