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Man and Wife
Man and Wife
Author: Tony Parsons
Harry Silver is a TV producer in London whose work life is going much better than his home life. His ex-wife still bears a grudge, his new wife is not to be trusted, and he is alienated from his son and stepdaughter. Thank goodness he has Mum, whose long marriage to his father is Harry's impossible ideal. Of course, his own pursuit of a seductiv...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780006514824
ISBN-10: 0006514820
Publication Date: 5/6/2003
Pages: 297
  • Currently 2.9/5 Stars.

2.9 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Paperback
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Okay, I don't like men who cry...unless someone has kicked them in the crotch...then they can cry. It is better when they yell instead of cry. I kept hearing a whiny voice in my head while I was reading this one. Some people (well, probably most people) will tell you this is a touching narrative from a man who is comfortable in his own skin and who is not afraid of his feelings. Poppycock, he is a whiner...I got tired of listening to the whining in my head so I stopped reading it around pg75. Skipped a bunch of pages, I still heard the whine. Flipped to the end....more whine. Got up and made me a grilled cheese sandwich.
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good book
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Great author and this book is very funny
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A sequel to the international bestseller "Man and Boy", this also stands on its own as a brilliant novel about relationships in the new century. The inimitable Tony Parsons does it again.