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She May Not Leave

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2007

    Give me a break

    Hattie and Martyn, 'committed' to each other, but not married, get an au pair for their baby, Kitty. The au pair, from Poland, is a genius at cooking, soothing the baby, laundry, and belly-dancing. She's a dream come true. When it looks like she will be deported back to her country (which is actually the Ukraine she deceived them in fact, she seems to be a pathological liar), Hattie has a weird idea that may work to keep the au pair with them in England. Completely ridiculous book. I could not relate to anyone, except maybe the baby. The book is omnisciently narrated by Hattie's elderly grandmother, wife to a man in jail for dealing drugs. Both Martyn and Hattie's families are dysfunctional, and no one seems to be raising their own children mothers foist them off on aunts or grandparents. Everyone has children out of wedlock. I get that it was a satire, but it was weird, off-the-wall, and completely leftist. Whose world actually looks like this, anyway?

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