A novel set in the fall of 1972, it perfectly captures, with expansive emotion and keen observation, the domestic trends.
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by Kurt Vonnegut
by Christina Shea
by Sue Miller
by Maeve Binchy
by Sharyn McCrumb
by Barbara Michaels
by Judith Ivory
by Diane Mott Davidson
by Dorothy Gilman
"Barbara Rosenblat never disappoints as a narrator. She voices characters with the best of them--check out her reading of a scene between a stoned hippie and an African-American sixties radical. But even more impressive is what she adds between the lines-in this case, a sense of weariness, despair, and mistrust--as when Nan, one of the truly desperate housewives in this novel, explains, "I feel like I'm in quicksand and there's nothing I can reach out to take hold of." Wolff's story of deteriorating Los Angeles families in the 1970s has a few weaknesses, but, as is the case with many audiobooks, great narration overcomes the obstacles. R.W.S. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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