Book Reviews of Neurotica

Neurotica
Neurotica
Author: Sue Margolis
ISBN-13: 9780553581065
ISBN-10: 0553581066
Publication Date: 2/1/2000
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Definitely an amusing romp - the hair dye scene was hysterical
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Funny Brirish novel about the prospect of a married woman having an affair.
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Funny, slightly shocking at times but definately good.
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Extremely funny moments in this book. Due to the fact that the author is British, some of the grammar and humor can be a bit lost to American readers, but otherwise, a great light and entertaining read.
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If you have ever had to suffer through the sufferings of a hypochandriac spouse or boyfriend - you'll be able to relate to Anna' character!
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Tabloid reporter Anna Shapiro can pinpoint the day, three years ago, that she and her husband, Dan, last had great sex. Anna would be grateful if something as ordinary as a mere headache was her husband's excuse; Dan's hypochondriac terrors include brain tumors, tropical diseases, and spontaneous combustion.
But now an assignment for a racy tabloid exposé inspires Anna to go where no journalist has gone before, to answer some questions that suddenly seem very important: What is the perfect outfit for committing adultery in? Is it beyond the pale to pick up a man--no matter how sexy--at a funeral? Yet the most crucial question is one Anna never expected: Is she willing to give up her marriage and children for the biggest gamble of her life?
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Neurotica delivered a somewhat unique plot with a witty British humor. The reader follows the trials and tribulations of several characters caught up in the extreme situations many married people find themselves in. The British references can be a little off-putting, but if you look past that, it's a quick, light read! Perfect beach fodder!
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A tabliod reporter with a hypochondriac husband and a nonexistentant sex life, turns her new assignment into a search for erotic satisfaction.
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Cute book.
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Chick lit--takes place in England--fast read.
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Amusing if you're in the mood.
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Fun, fast read!
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great read - funny
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A bit different then others I have read by her, but still good, also funny!
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Great book and lots of laughs, will get you started on this author's books.
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Funny, light read.
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This is British humor! Lot of explicit sex! Tabloid reporter Anna Shapiro can pinpoint the day, three years ago, when she and her husband, Dan, last had great sex. Anna would be grateful if something as ordinary as a mer headache were her husband's excuse; Dan's hypochondriacal terrors include brain tumors, tropical diseases, and spontaneous combustion. But now an assignment for a racy tabloid expose inspires Anna to go where no journalist has gone before, to answer some questions that suddenly seem very important: What is the perfect outfit for committing adultery in? Is it beyond the pale to pick up a man---no matter how sexy---at a funeral? Yet the most crucial quesiton is one Anna never expected: Is she willing to give up her marriage and children for the biggest gamble of her life?
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THIS BOOK WAS AN ABSOLUTE RIOT, A LAUGH OUT LOUD (A LOT) READ!
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Easy read, quite humorous
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If you love British chick lit.,you'll love this one!!
Quote on back cover--"A saucy romp through some of north London's chintzier bedrooms"
"A touch of Bridget Jones. Light, frothy and fun."