Wifey

by Judy Blume | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0671693816 Global Overview for this book
Registered by FamFatale of Chantilly, Virginia USA on 3/29/2004
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4 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by FamFatale from Chantilly, Virginia USA on Monday, March 29, 2004
OH Yeah ! Now I know what you all did last summer.

Book sent as a trade to ashley0722 on April 20, 2004

Journal Entry 2 by ashley0722 from Berkeley, California USA on Sunday, May 16, 2004
I received this book a couple weeks ago in the mail, and completely forgot to update until now. But the book is safe here with me, no worries. I shall update again once I've read. Thanks for sending!

Journal Entry 3 by ashley0722 from Berkeley, California USA on Sunday, July 11, 2004
I figured I'd give this book a go today, since it seemed like a fast and easy read. I grew up on Judy Bloom books, and enjoyed them as a kid... so it was interesting to read an 'adult' novel of her's. It's definitely not the sort of book I would normally choose at all, but it was entertaining enough for a Sunday. All I can say is... I hope I never end up a depressed housewife in a monotonous relationship.

I'll be sending this book along to fullfill another bookcrosser's wish.

Journal Entry 4 by Morgail from Louisville, Kentucky USA on Friday, July 16, 2004
Arrived yesterday. Thanks ashley0722! Looking forward to reading this one.

Journal Entry 5 by Protooni from Louisville, Kentucky USA on Thursday, November 22, 2007
I saw this book laying in the bed one night. I thought to myself hmm Judy Blume eh? "Tales of the 4th Grade Nothing" and "Superfudge". Great books from when I was a kid. I popped the book open and read the first couple of paragraphs. Oh my god!!! Judy Blume wrote this book? Awesome. I gotta read it. I asked my wife if I could read it when she was done. Wow. This was a interesting little book. Once I realized the time frame it was written in it made more sense. This book is still a good eye opener for married couples today. Keep talking. Keep loving. Don't be afraid to ask for something new or say no I am not going to play golf because I don't want too.

Journal Entry 6 by Morgail from Louisville, Kentucky USA on Friday, November 23, 2007
I had read Blume's "Summer Sisters" before this book, and I think I preferred that one. This book was good, but it seemed dated to me. It was written in the 70s, and it has that 70s sexual awakening feel. The main character's husband bothered me to no end - I felt like reaching through the pages and giving him a good smack. I wasn't sure how the story would end, but I thought that the ending was realistic.

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