Diario DI UNA Casalinga Disperata (Italian, Paperback) / Author: Sue Kaufman ; ; Modern fiction, General & literary fiction, Fiction, Books. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic. Casalinga Disperata RUN, Quiet City. dalla voracità del tempo lo deve mettere in frigorifero e per questo c’è un senso di gelo ogni volta che tocchi li passato.
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I began reading it while I was waiting to have my hair cut and I was soon hooked, thoroughly enjoying peeking into the diary of a so-called demented housewife.
Apr 01, Martina rated it it was amazing.
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Tracy Terry Pen and Paper. Also who the hell pits themselves against other people in the way that she does beyond school?
I guess I struggled with context on this one, as I don’t think I could be classed as a demented housewife maybe the first word is relevant She screws her husband over because he doesn’t constantly fan fragile her ego and then forces him to shoulder the blame because she’s that pathetic she can’t take responsibility for her own irrational actions.
Sometimes, we also use a cookie to keep track of your trolley contents. I remember the only reason why people got into this book was because this book came out around the same time The Diary Of Bridget Jones hit the big screens and became a massive success, so as result, epistolary novels saw a surge in success, and everyone picked this book up thinking it was going to be like Bridget Jones.
Susie has a ridiculously long list of things she should be doing to make her the perfect yummy mummy, however she also has an even longer list of her crazy ideas and mad cap neuroses. I also enjoyed the voice of the main character and the diary approach was fun.
Oct 13, Amy rated it it was ok.
She was annoying, lacked intelligence and tact, as well as being quite rude and lazy. I just remember reading this thinking, where the fuck has feminism gone? As much of the humour lies in the fact that many readers, whether they be a thirty something ‘demented housewife’ and mother of two themselves or simply know one, will probably relate to at least some of the goings on.
For wisdom she turns to Oprah and Dr Phil. I had real issues with the main character in this book. Susie is very honest, as you might expect from a diary and although she had her moments where I just wanted to give her a shake, overall I did really like her.
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Soo when I got an opportunity to read the book, I simply cannot put the book down. Aug 26, Claire Orr rated it really liked it. Perhaps it’s not laugh out loud material, but it did raise dasalinga wry smile now and again and the ending was very satisfying. How a housewife managed to keep her sanity over her daily problems. No trivia or quizzes yet.
There was nothing to like about her, so I was never invested in her. My main problem with this book was the main character, Susie.
Ok, it wasn’t so hilarious as the reviewer said, still the story is addictive. For comfort she turns to coffee and desserts. Paperbackpages. I liked the way this book was written, in the form of a diary it makes for quick and easy reading and you can pick it up and put it down easily as acsalinga is written in days rather than chapters.
However, on the other side there were parts where I got fed up with her crazy ideas and wanted to tell her to get a grip.
Like how to keep sane while trying to control a four-year-old diva who thinks she’s Judy Garland, as well as a thrill-seeking toddler with a death wish. Actually made me LOL in places. The situations are also massively exaggerated. Sep 26, Yaya rated it it was amazing Shelves: Trying to understand the main character and her completely illogical way of thinking made me kind of ashamed to be female.
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