I wouldn't buy another Ian Frazier book unless at a bargain price. Cynthia Nixon did a great job.
The situations were unique, but the book was to me a series of side-stories that didn't really come together satisfactorily. This reads like a rough draft instead of a thoughtfully rewritten whole.
The mommy-very sympathetic on a lot of occasions but thoroughly self-absorbed.
I bought this book after hearing Mr. Frazier read an excerpt from the book on Jimmy Fallon-that bit was hilarious. But the hate references against the Bush and Reagan administrations were soon overdone and tired. None of the characters were fully believable or relateable.
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