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The Tao of Martha (Audio) - Community Reviews back

by Jen Lancaster
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Feminism in Cold Storage
Feminism in Cold Storage rated it 4 years ago
Reading Junkie
Reading Junkie rated it 6 years ago
This was my first foray into Jen Lancaster's work. I'll probably try reading some of her earlier books, since I heard they were hilarious. This book wasn't bad, but it wasn't LOL-funny either. [spoiler] I bawled like a baby when she finally had to put Maisy down. I know how much it totally sucks...
Literary Marie's Precision Reviews
Literary Marie's Precision Reviews rated it 6 years ago
The once bitter, pretty fat, lazy Jen shares another journey of her life with readers in new memoir The Tao of Martha. She challenges herself to a yearlong quest of living life according to the advice of Martha Stewart.Sound boring? Did you crack a smile? Does the summary sound the least bit funny? ...
lisa's reviews
lisa's reviews rated it 7 years ago
I always like reading Jen Lancaster's misadventures, but this one I sort of bored by. I don't care about Martha Stewart very much, and while I love the way Lancaster can tell a story so well that one second you want to strangle her and by the next page you are totally on her side, I didn't much ca...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it 7 years ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I laughed so hard I shook in several places. I'm not quite sure what I expected this book to be - funny, I knew - but I think I was expecting more of a piss-take; Jen would try some specific Martha project, mayhem would ensue and she'd write about it. While some ...
BookHounds
BookHounds rated it 7 years ago
MY THOUGHTS ABSOLUTELY LOVED ITIn Lancaster's latest memoir, we learn how the Thundercats came to be, the loss of Maisy (I got a bit misty at this part) and the abuse she doles out to poor Fletch. I did get the impression that Fletch laughs at her behind her back at times and it is so refreshing to...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 7 years ago
Jen Lancaster's newest memoir, "The Tao of Martha: My Year of LIVING; Or, Why I'm Never Getting All That Glitter Off of the Dog is laugh out loud funny and touching in parts.Though I loved, "Bitter is the New Black", "Bright Lights" and "Such a Pretty Fat" I was less enamored with "Pretty in Plaid" ...
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