The Woman Upstairs
Publish date: May 15th 2013
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
"""The person I am in my head is so far from the person I am in the world. Nobody would know me from my own description of myself; which is why, when called upon (rarely, I grant) to provide an account, I tailor it, I adapt, I try to provide an outline that can, in some way, correlate to the outline...
"This book was boring. It barely had a plot and was pointless. "
At the beginning of this book we meet Nora Eldridge, the self-confident woman and very angry woman. As she herself tries to comprehend how she came to be the woman she is today Nora takes us back 5 years to the time she met and, literally became part of the Shahid family. At that time Nora was a d...
I found this easy to relate to; the 40-something woman is probably a part of each of us... Or is that all 40-something women who are essentially "the woman upstairs".I like how she found redemption at the end of the novel, but frankly, couldn't see all the appeal to the Shahid family she fell for.
Slow moving. Repetitive. Boring. Not worth my time to finish it.
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