Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Wife 22

Wife 22
Melanie Gideon

Alice is bored. Her job is boring, her marriage is boring and perhaps her whole life is boring. She's losing touch with everything, even in this day of being constantly and instantly connected.
One day a survey appears in her spam box and she fills it out. These surveys will ultimately change her life.

I read a lot of books. Most of them I enjoy. But rarely do I race through a book, not able to put it down, like I did with this one. The style of writing is fresh and unique. The author was able to take a subject, that by all rights, should have been boring and make it fun, refreshing and captivating.
My only complaint (and a rather small one at that) was that the survey questions were not provided, only the answers. So if she answered with only a yes, no clue was given to the question. I finished the book and found the questions at the back. 

I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review.

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