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Little Earthquakes From The New York Times Bestselling Author Of In Her Shoes Comes A Hilarious And Warmhearted Story Of Three Young Women Who Find Friendship Against The Background Of New Motherhood

10 thoughts on “Little Earthquakes

  1. says:

    I have to be honest, I really didn t think that I would like this book even though I liked the author all ready I just like to read about things that aren t my life I m a mom and I know what it s like to do raise a child by yourself or feel like you do anways and some of the other struggles that the woman face So when I read I want to escape my life for

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this novel I don t usually read chick lit, not because I don t like it, but mostly because my usual literary tastes tend to other genresoften than not It doesn t mean I won t sit down with a light read once in a while in between other books, or that I m not willing to read something that s outside my usual genre I like to consider myself versatil

  3. says:

    Bye and bye, bye and bye,the moon is half a lemon pie.The mice who stole the other half have scattered star crums in the sky.Bye and bye,bye and bye,my darling baby, don t you cry.The moon is still above the hill.The soft clouds gather in the sky 0

  4. says:

    I ve liked Weiner s other two novels, if only because she chooses to have the main character not be stunningly beautiful, tiny proportions etc They seem real.I still think my favorite of Weiner s books is Good In Bed , but there was a lot that I liked about this book, too Once again, the author has creater characters that oculd indeed be real I m so sick of chick lit books where the

  5. says:

    Powerful to me during this period of my life This author s way of intertwining lives and making you feel like you have a front row seat is just amazing It was hard to be brought back to those early days with a baby and how it did shake up every essence of your life and marriage, but wonderful to have perspective I enjoyed all of it and her amazing writing I also liked how the ending felt real

  6. says:

    I didn t give it 5 stars because the main character is typical of her other booksstrong minded, insecure inside, wants to befriend everyone, etc etc.I did like the detail she went into in the supporting cast though She easily could have left them all sort of one dimensional, but she gave them all real situations, real lives, real problems And I like that I like that her main characters are sort of quic

  7. says:

    I don t read a lot of chick lit, but I have enjoyed Jennifer Weiner books in the past, and I was looking for a quick read This book fulfilled that purpose, fortunately, or I may not have finished it.This story is about three very different women who meet by chance at a prenatal yoga class and bond over the hardships of new motherhood The first problem with the book These women are not all that different They are

  8. says:

    I m surrounded by pregnant women, new mothers, and aspiring moms Everywhere I turn, there s a picture of a belly or a copy of an ultrasound on facebook At work, I hear the stories of morning sickness and misery from two pregnant co workers I spend much of my time planning programs and creating flannelboard figures for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers I m nowhere near the point of having a child of my own, but I m barrag

  9. says:

    So I deviated from my usual elitist book selection method whereby I try to only read books with awards or accolades, and I read this book Largely because it was sent to me free from Barnes Noble I had never heard anything about it, so was a little amused and surprised to find out it was basically full of pregnant characters Barnes Noble, are you spying on me I was also surprised to discover that the author also wrote In Her Shoes,

  10. says:

    This is a great book for new moms who have a little distance from the challenge of those first few tough weeks months Even if it s fiction, it helps to see that it s hard for everyone at the beginning and that we all have reasons to count ourselves lucky It s also a heartwarming story of how friendship can help us all weather lives storms.

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