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Come with Me by Helen Schulman

Come with Me (edition 2018)

by Helen Schulman (Author)

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"Taking place over three non-consecutive but vitally important days in the lives of Amy, Dan, and their three sons, Come with Me is searing, entertaining, and unexpected--a dark comedy that is ultimately a deeply romantic love story, one which takes place on infinite planes but ends in a single chord"--… (more)
Title:Come with Me
Authors:Helen Schulman (Author)
Info:Harper (2018), 312 pages
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Come with Me by Helen Schulman



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Loved A Beautiful Life and this has the same internet/technology gone askew feel. Also the fragility of a family and a marriage in these fast moving times is a paramount theme. Love reading about Annie and Dan's navigation of a major betrayal, but most of all love Schulman's fast-paced wit and observations of this crazy world we've created. ( )
  JeanneBlasberg | Apr 30, 2019 |
This book documents a family living in Palo Alto under the influence of technology. The husband has lost his job due to tech, the wife works for a startup, the eldest son "lives" with his girlfriend via Facetime and the young kids play video games. But it has nothing interesting to say about this existence, except the obvious (messed up). Very disappointing. ( )
  ghefferon | Mar 30, 2019 |
A darkly comic, romantic story about choices and alternative lives. Explores the complexities of the "what if". Not my favorite Sculman book. Part one is off-putting with it's heavy reliance on jargon. But get past the first section and the story is interesting. Too much time however is spent developing character who then disappear. I ( )
  MM_Jones | Jan 21, 2019 |
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