Widows of Eastwick
Publish date: June 1st 2009
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
, Literary Fiction
Series: Eastwick (#2)
This book is a sequel to another book that I have not read. I see that most of the other reviewers like the first book a lot better. I certainly hope it was better. I found this one kind of boring. Here is what I got out of it. There are three old women who hang out with each other and engage in sma...
Wow. Amazing. I liked it much better than Witches and it can be read as a stand alone (though if you read them in order it would be a richer experience). Friends encourage me to write and then I read John Updike and don't what I could say that he hasn't already said, better.
Enjoyable, and although I appreciated the perspective on aging, it rang a bit false. Perhaps I'm just disgruntled because he makes the female aging process sound so depressing.
I read this because of the movie version of the WITCHES OF EASTWICK. At first I found it difficult to put the aging ladies together with what I remember of the movie. This book has made it to a few "must read" lists. Depsite that, I cannot rave about the story, because I felt the first third of the ...
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