Princess Diarheas

So all the men didn’t read the book, pity. Didn’t stop us from showing up to talk about it. Or was it to see Susan’s house? She served some fine artichoke spread. The cheeses were good, wine and beer, go figure, the guys just must like chick-lit talk. Or maybe we needed to talk about why a smart woman would take abuse on the job, something we all could relate to on many levels. Or maybe it was the how to raise children thing??? Could have been to compare notes about the upper east side. Any excuse to bring up the war. For a light weight book we had a lot of peripheral discussions going on, so I conclude it struck a chord for our group. Looking forward to our next book, a love story, Ali and Nino. I just reserved it at the library, but methinks I should get busy on Assain’s Gate, and Beautiful Lies too!
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