Author ~ George Everyman
Publisher ~ George Everyman
Published ~ 29 November 2010
Genre ~ Non-Fiction
My Rating ~ 2 bites out of 5
George is man who discovers his wife of 24 years had an affair. He uses this event as the catalyst to making this book/journal.
What can I say about this book? It rambles on with really no pattern, jumping from one point to the next and back again. George is clearly unhappy in his marriage though he swears he’s not. He makes it seem as if his wife is a cold bitch, but then he says she’s not and swears he loves her. I don’t know how these two have stayed married. The constant rambling irritated me. I’m not the most linear creature, but this book has made me realize I need some sort of order in my reading. I found myself skipping large portions of it just to make progress. I was desperate to watch the percentage on my Fire go from painstakingly slow (at some points I actually thought it was going backward) to high speed. The subject of open marriage is interesting to me, so I thought this book would be interesting. However, I was wrong. Hey, it happens.
*Book source ~ I picked this up on Amazon for free.