Don’t You Want Me Baby (Book Thoughts: Will You Won’t You Want Me, Nora Zelevanzky)

25663568I finished reading ‘Will You Won’t You Want Me,’ by Nora Zelevansky, and I am torn. This is a book that I started while on a plane, thinking it would be a easy enough book to read by the pool. But I woud read it and lose interest – the writing style is a bit hard to get into as Zelevansky had the tendency to add meandering details while telling the story of Marjorie Plum, the heroine who she described as someone who already “peaked” in her life. She loses her job, and has to re-find herself in the process. Marjorie isn’t an easy character to like – as a matter of fact, I don’t know if I ever liked her, but the last quarter of the book, I admit, was filled with a lot of poignancy. I liked the book en0ugh to finish it, but I don’t think I will ever get back to it ever.

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