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  1. totally, the more postpartum is dealt with in forms of entertainment, that more accepting people will (hopefully) become of it, inviting other women to come forward with their story!

  2. I believe it was just released in the U.S. which may be why you hadn’t heard of it yet-hopefully it makes a big splash down there too :)

  3. TOTALLY! yes thank god she didn’t use that, ugh that would have been really frustrating to read about

  4. Awww, I love a good unreliable narrator story and I’m so frustrated that ONE book and all its wanna-be-just-like-it friends (I won’t name it, in case anyone hasn’t read it by now) have ruined that for the good storytellers out there who want to rely on humanity’s unreliability. I’m glad you enjoyed this one – the pacing does sound like it’s perfect, either for balancing out other reading or simply for escaping in these strange days.

  5. It’s funny, I’m always irritated to see when an author relies too heavily on the unreliable narrator thing, but it’s not impossible to use it and still write a really good book-it just can’t be the only twist, it has to be a part of something bigger…

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