However, here that skill is used to absolutely no end.
This book explains a great deal about how special writing is to her and how she reveres writers and the product.
Although I agreed with her basic position regarding this whole mess on the show, this book just reinforced for me, how she feels.
This is not an actual manual for widows with step Personally I love this book..is what it promises to be - an unpretentious, funny, quirky, good read.
This is not an actual manual for widows with step by step instructions of what's to come. This is not a grand sweeping novel or a literary experience that will haunt you for months to come and mentioning it at dinner parties will most likely not impress anyone enough to either get you laid or up your status as an intellectual snob.
Although it is quite different in style and focus than "What Remains", it obviously covers some of the same ground.
There are some very funny moments, but I don't think this is the "chick lit" book some have described it to be.
On the plus side, I think Carole Radziwill writes beautifully.
The way she deploys language, in and of itself, is quite lovely.
Reading this book is a completely different experience than reading "What Remains", as it should be. I like the way Carole writes and I enjoyed her first attempt at fiction.