With Buchan's signature gift for capturing women's daily joys and struggles, Wives Behaving Badly is an irresistible story of love, loss, and renewal that explores the very nature of friendship and the bonds that sometimes grow strongest when stretched to breaking.
©2006 Elizabeth Buchan; (P)2006 Penguin Audio, a member of Penguin Group (USA), Inc., and Books on Tape. All rights reserved.
"Listeners who appreciate Buchan's blend of humor and poignancy will find a trove of it." (Publishers Weekly)
The book is lacking in action, but has some insight into the human experience with death, adultry, and family. I found I was sometimes bored, but then surprised with some new way to express and explain our ties to one another. Loved the narrator
More of a narrative than dialogue between characters. I couldn't finish it. I had to quit listening after chapter 3.
I listened to a couple hours of this hoping it would get better. It is so boring and the narrator drones on. You don't care about any of the characters.
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