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You Think It, I'll Say It by Curtis Sittenfeld download in iPad, ePub, pdf

And the most depressing part is that I think I agree. None of these stories takes an overly grandiose view of life. She has a vision that ensures an inner life and a backstory that's equally convincing for Laura Bush whose life she borrowed for American Wife or the parents in the carpool.

No one is living in a sci fi fantasy world of improbable circumstances and star ships. Women in these stories often have a consuming, vicious resentment of each other, the kind that comes from seeing someone who seems like either a better or a worse version of themselves. It allows for a phenomenally smooth read and for the reader to have time to become one with the characters, no matter how short the stories are. Not only that, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that Sittenfeld is a true master of showing her reader rather than telling her reader.

When we talk about imagination in fiction, we often just mean worldbuilding. These stories all happen right here on Earth, literally, of course, but more importantly, figuratively.

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