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Êtes-vous mariée à un psychopathe? by…

Êtes-vous mariée à un psychopathe?

by Nadine Bismuth

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The 10 short stories contained in this small volume have a common theme: A sharp, witty examination of relationships between men and women. No topic is taboo here. Bismuth explores infidelities, insecurities, distrust, meddling friends, families and the entire spectrum of the risky world of the modern dating scene to married life turned upside down - all with the purpose of navigating couple-hood. Each story is fresh and unique and provides a tongue in cheek lament regarding the fate of women trapped in the web of male philanderers - a web that the women of Bismuth's short stories have contributed to the weaving of.

As with all short story collections, some stories were better than others but overall, I found this to be a great sarcastic chick-lit collection that had me chuckling while rolling my eyes at the same time. ( )
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