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It's as the title says from the man's angle but very accurate portrayal of the woman's side - bought this for a Valentines pressie but kept if for myself & having such a laugh at the puns, & observations of the female sex by a witty author called Andrew Clover (writes column for Sunday Times on being a dad)!
Its fiction alright - just half way through it. Written in a format that puts you in the minds of four main characters in their mid-thirties (various stages of crises in their relationships). Main character is dissatisfied with her house-husband (struggling to be recognised writer) & wonders what if she'd taken that other road in life....it is funny & easy to read. Just what I need after reading Mornings in Jenin.
Learn love in a week - loved this too! Hilarious observations about men, women, relationships. Cracking pace. Anyone relate to Polly with the creative, hapless, non earning other half? Feels v familiar to me. I've often wondered whether I should have married the accountant!...