All Fall Down

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Gillian Weiss has a great job…a gorgeous husband…an adorable daughter…and a secret.

On the outside, Gillian is a normal suburban mother—until a website she develops takes off, giving her more money than she ever dreamed of, and her life starts falling apart. Suddenly, her husband’s becoming distant, her daughter’s acting spoiled, her father is dealing with early Alzheimer’s, and her mother’s barely dealing at all. As she struggles to be a good daughter, a good mother, and a good...

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Overview

Gillian Weiss has a great job…a gorgeous husband…an adorable daughter…and a secret.

On the outside, Gillian is a normal suburban mother—until a website she develops takes off, giving her more money than she ever dreamed of, and her life starts falling apart. Suddenly, her husband’s becoming distant, her daughter’s acting spoiled, her father is dealing with early Alzheimer’s, and her mother’s barely dealing at all. As she struggles to be a good daughter, a good mother, and a good wife, to run her business and serve as Class Mother in her daughter’s snooty private school (and maybe get to the gym every once in a while), Gillian finds that the prescription painkillers she took for a back injury help her deal with more than just physical pain—they give her energy, help her feel calm, and let her get through her increasingly hectic days.

When her use gets to the point that she can no longer control it—or hide it—Gillian ends up in a world she never thought she’d experience outside of a movie theater: rehab. Amid the teenage heroin addicts, the alcoholic grandmothers, the barely-trained “recovery coaches,” and the overwhelmed counselors, Gillian struggles to get sober and ultimately rebuild a life where she can be a mother, a daughter, a friend, a professional success…and a woman in recovery.

With a sparkling comedic touch and tender, true-to-life characterizations, All Fall Down is another classic Jennifer Weiner tale of empowerment and redemption that will leave listeners laughing and crying to the end.

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Editorial Reviews

The New York Times Book Review - Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
…compulsively readable…Weiner's skill is in the specifics.
Publishers Weekly
03/31/2014
Bestselling author Weiner (The Next Best Thing) takes us down the slippery slope of prescription drug addiction in this page-turning saga about a working mom, Allison Weiss, who uses pills to deal with recurrent pain, not to mention life’s increasing challenges. These include being the family’s major breadwinner; raising a difficult five-year-old daughter, Ellie; helping her mother deal with her father’s worsening Alzheimer’s; and maintaining a relationship with her ever-distant husband, Dave. While Weiner covers no new territory, she makes a good case for how a well-educated, self-aware woman can become dependent on drugs through legal prescriptions. Even her closest friend, Janet, turns to something—in her case, alcohol—to take the edge off the burden of being the perfect wife and mom. Allison’s experience of rehab is what we might expect: a drab place where she “doesn’t belong,” feels superior to the staff and fellow addicts, and finds the AA philosophy off-putting and outmoded. Although the ultimate explanation for Allison’s problems is clichéd, Weiner doesn’t take Allison’s path to redemption lightly, and convincingly shows that addiction can, indeed, be overcome, but only with genuine commitment and hard, hard work. Agent: Joanna Pulcini, Joana Pulcini Literary Management. (June)
Philadelphia Inquirer
All Fall Down is Weiner’s best book yet. Her portrayal of rehab is sharp, sad, and mordantly funny… Weiner's account of Allison's hard-won turnaround is pitch-perfect. Allison is a memorable character wisecracking her way through despair. Her rock bottom, when it comes, is well-drawn and convincing.”
New York Times Book Review
“Compulsively readable. Weiner's skill is in the specifics. There's no doubt she knows how to deliver a certain kind of story, and well.”
Boston Herald
All Fall Down is a witty, realistic criticism on the modern age and how difficult it can be to balance family, career and self, and how quickly everything can spiral out of control. Allison Weiss is a great reminder that people have weaknesses and that superheroes don’t exist. Weiner fans will be happy to find this as one of her best works. For those who aren’t familiar with her, All Fall Down is a great place to start.”
USA Today
"Jennifer Weiner's books should be labeled a controlled substance. She creates relatable heroines with everyday worries, such as losing weight or finding a mate. Add her clever pop-culture references, girlfriend conversations over goblets of wine and her trademark self-deprecating humor and you have sure-to-please novels that hook you in and never let go. Weiner's storytelling talents are estimable. Just like Allison pops a Vicodin (or two or four) to get through the morning, you will read one more chapter, and oh, come on, what would one more hurt? I deserve this pill, er, page. And you are gone.”
The Baltimore Sun
"Reading one of Jennifer Weiner's contemporary novels of manners is a bit like biting into an apple. The experience is full of flavor, more crisp than juicy, and refreshingly tart."
starred review Booklist
"Weiner, who is a master at creating realistic characters, is at her best here, handling a delicate situation with witty dialogue and true-to-life scenes. Readers will be nodding their heads in sympathy as Allison struggles to balance being a mother, a daughter, and a wife while desperately just wanting to be herself. Weiner is one of the reigning queens of contemporary women’s fiction, and her latest is sure to hit the best-seller lists. The “hot-topic” quality of the story line will only boost readership even further."
#1 New York Times bestselling author - Jodi Picoult
"Best known for her sense of humor, Weiner's raw new novel proves she is equally as fluent in poignancy. A searing, no-holds-barred look at an ordinary woman whose life spirals out of control.”
Good Housekeeping
“Weiner’s sly portrayal of family, entitlement and recovery culture is a romp – with an edge.”
People Style Watch
“Dark humor and a surprise twist.”
Glamour
“The everymom heroine in this novel becomes a hard-core pill addict–and it’s impossible to look away."
Library Journal
11/01/2013
After contented suburban mom Gillian Weiss's website starts booming, her husband gets chilly, her daughter gets snarky, and her father's Alzheimer's gets worse. Those prescription painkillers help, but suddenly Gillian's in rehab. Great for book clubs.
Kirkus Reviews
2014-03-29
A 39-year-old suburban mom turns to prescription painkillers to manage the compounding stresses of her downwardly mobile existence, her troubled marriage, her difficult 5-year-old daughter and her father's descent into Alzheimer's-related dementia. Allison Weiss is a blogger at a Jezebel-like site called Ladiesroom.com and is largely responsible for supporting her family as her reporter husband's salary shrinks in the wake of the implosion of the newspaper industry. Certain aspects of Allison's writing career mirror facets of Weiner's (The Next Best Thing, 2012, etc.) own public battles against sexism in the media and publishing industries. Allison wonders whether or not to use the term "strident" to describe another woman, and after her picture appears in a Wall Street Journal article, the comments sections is barraged by disparaging remarks about her weight and appearance. Unhappy in the large house in an upscale Philadelphia suburb chosen by her husband, Allison develops a pill problem, starting with pain meds prescribed for a bad back. Before she knows it, she's juggling several doctors to feed her habit, requiring larger and larger doses, and eventually turning to an illegal website to place her orders. Weiner manages to postpone the inevitable train wreck for a few hundred pages, as Allison dismisses and denies her addiction, comparing herself favorably to stereotypical junkies, whose lives are so different from her upscale Whole Foods and private-school existence that she can pretend there is no connection. Weiner relies on brand names as class signifiers; the other moms at her daughter's school wear Lululemon workout clothes, Seven for All Mankind jeans, and carry Petunia Pickle Bottom diaper bags. Even after entering rehab, Allison's denial of her problem and inability to identify with lower-class addicts from broken homes carries on for another hundred pages or so before the inevitable revelations set in. Though it feels a bit like the literary equivalent of an after-school special for adults, Weiner does a good job of describing the mindset of the addict and provides a realistic portrayal of upper-middle-class addiction in a novel that will appeal to her many fans.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442367296
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
  • Publication date: 6/17/2014
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Abridged
  • Sales rank: 410,382
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 5.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Jennifer Weiner

Jennifer Weiner is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of ten books, including Good in Bed, In Her Shoes, which was made into a major motion picture, and The Next Best Thing. A graduate of Princeton University, she lives with her family in Philadelphia. Visit her online at JenniferWeiner.com.

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    1. Hometown:
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    1. Date of Birth:
      March 28, 1970
    2. Place of Birth:
      De Ridder, Louisiana
    1. Education:
      B.A., Princeton University, 1991
    2. Website:

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  • Posted June 17, 2014

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher, in exchange f

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher, in exchange for my honest review.




    Allison is a mommy, a wife, a blogger, a dutiful daughter, a helpful friend, and because life is stressful, she sometimes needs help
    to get through the day. Allison’s help of choice is prescription medication in the form of opiates (Vicodin, OxyCotin and more). Soon,
    those doctor-prescribed pills are purchased online, from China, with BitCoin-like funds.
    When Allison starts to realize she may have a problem, that she may not be keeping it all together, those around Allison have already
     realized just how serious her problem may be. In order for her to keep her life, and her family, Allison must go to rehab.
    But her prescription medicine and aversion to heavy drugs and alcohol puts her apart from the other ladies on her rehab track. And as
     Allison tries to figure out a way to get back home, she only turns more inward.




    I look forward to Jennifer Weiner’s books as my official start to Summer. All Fall Down, While it started a little slower than I was
    anticipating (I also, purposely, did not read the back of the book or the synopsis), by page 50 I was hooked and spent the better part
    of Memorial Day reading the book in a manic reading session.
    Allison is a modern everywoman. We’re career-minded. We want children and a family, and find ourselves doing all of it, but getting very little credit–Allison tells David multiple times that she is, essentially, all by herself. She moved to the house he picked (unseen by her, purchased on his whim) in the suburbs. His writing career falls by the wayside (through no fault of his own) and he is moved back to his old job at the newspaper. In order to pick up the financial slack, she starts blogging for a female-oriented blog. I was able to find a lot in common with Allison, however I am lucky that I do not have a David in my life.
    For most of the book, David is absent and when he is in residence, he is aloof and just terrible. While I realize that marriages can
    suffer during the first few years of parenting, David is just plain selfish. While with their daughter, Eloise, David seems to be the
    perfect dad, with Allison he is standoffish and disrespectful. It wasn’t until the very end of the novel where I felt a little bit of sympathy
    for him. He actually became a multifaceted character by then.
    Allison’s parents are also in need of Allison, and while her Dad is battling Alzheimer’s and her mother seems to be helpless, it falls
    to Allison to do the heavy lifting, make the big decisions and parent both of them.
    I had a relative whom repeatedly went into facilities for her illness (Bipolar disorder), but part of her was also an addict. I anticipate
    while some of this is different than rehab, she probably would have been helped (and alive today) with a serious rehabilitation plan.
    Jennifer Weiner’s writing, as evidenced in the many previous books authored by her I have read, is as masterful as always. Her story,
    while different than what I would have anticipated from her, is compelling and well-written. I would love to know the type of research
    she had done for this story, because she seriously did her homework. Just absolutely amazing, a novel perfect for the summer,
    whether you’re at home, at the beach or waiting in the carpool line.
    All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner is slated for release today, June 17th, 2014. The 400 page book, published by Atria books can be
    found at your favorite Barnes and Noble.
    ISBN: 9781451617788

    12 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014

    As always, I could not put one of Jennifer Weiner's books down.

    As always, I could not put one of Jennifer Weiner's books down. All Fall Down is not an easy read - you know that Allison is in big trouble and just keep turning the pages waiting for her to really fall down. Even then, I could not stop reading this book. I love how Jennifer creates characters that you love, even with their problems. Allison is real. She can be any one of your friends or neighbors, she could be any one of us. I traveled on her journey rooting for her to find a way to pull herself together and in the end, I was satisfied with the ending and the realism of how to end it without it being either "tragic" or a "happily ever after" ending. I read it in less than a day and am sure I will read it again and again, as I always do with Jennifer's books.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014

    Interesting beginning, but feels unfinished

    This is an eye opening look at a surburban housewife's descent into addiction. Feelings of "aloneness" and isolation in the midst of superficial success were evoked clearly. What's missing is an authentic telling of a rehab experience. This section is rushed and cheap. The author has dumbed down and made caricatures of the people who run the rehab and the other addicts. It reeks of arrogance, as if drug addicted housewives are somehow more interesting and less chaotic than other addicts.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 20, 2014

    more from this reviewer

    Jennifer Weiner at the Top of her Game!

    Having read ALL of Jennifer’s Weiner’s books, (she never ceases to amaze me). The Queen of chick-lit, drama, relationships, sex, dating, trends, and marriage—any issue involving a woman—pulling out "all the stops" with her humor, wit, even cynical at times—for "in your face" truths. When she speaks, women listen.

    ALL FALL DOWN, is a grown up novel, advancing past the days of dating and guys—now her character, Allison is facing the real truths of life—marriage, motherhood, career and addiction.

    How could a woman with it all, need drugs in order to exist, survive, and cope? How does the character, Allison get to this place where she is online ordering illegal drugs, and furthermore can she stop? More importantly, how will she maintain her life without the comfort of her pills?

    In a world where so many women feel the need to be perfect; finding it difficult to balance it all, personal and business—there comes stress of maintaining. This book will hit home to women readers— ALL FALL DOWN reminds me of several of my favorite quotes and a book I read recently "Better than Perfect" by Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo.

    “Perfectionism becomes a badge of honor with you playing the part of the suffering hero” –David D. Burns
    The most valuable thing you can make is a mistake. You can’t learn anything from being perfect.” –Adam Osborne

    Allison has a stressful job as blogger for a women’s website, a demanding daughter, and a loving husband, who enjoys have lunch with another woman, pretentious friends, a weak mother with whom she cannot connect with, and a father with Alzheimer’s. Not quite so perfect!

    Jennifer takes readers on a journey through one woman’s struggle with addiction, and during this time she connects with other women who find themselves in the same situation, with different circumstances. They may be different; however, they all arrive at this point out of a desperate need.

    As she goes through rehabilitation, she realizes her mom is not the person she thought she was—a parallel as the two have more in common than they may know. Both are hiding behind their fears to be perfect, walls which surround them, a pretense, as this is what they know—never show your weaknesses or let anyone know the real you. However while maintaining their secrets, false pretenses, what crutches do they use to hold them up? Something or someone has to fall.

    Loved this book, and my only negative was the audiobook, as the narrator had a very annoying voice and when you pre-order a book, you do not get to sample the audio or performer. I was tempted to give a lesser rating due to this; however, the story was so powerful, I had to judge the book without the influence of the narrator. I would recommend reading the book in other formats. Definitely movie worthy!

    A must read for all women of any age—buckle up for the ride of your life. On this ride, you may learn something about yourself. One of Weiner's deepest and hard hitting books to date, of empowerment, self-discovery and redemption.

    Cannot wait for her next book, The F Word: My Life in Stories, coming April 14, 2015! Weiner definitely knows how to entertain and one of the funniest writers out there today! Fans of Jodi Picoult, Amy Hatvany, Sarah Pekkanen, and Emily Giffin are assured to love contemporary ALL FALL DOWN!

    2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2014

    Addiction

    I don't understand why this book has only a 3average rating. I found it hard to put down. This book gave me a completrly new insight to addiction. I don't understand how someone quits or maybe I understand why they relapse. I know it is fiction but was really well written.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2014

    Love her humor

    This novel is addicting...I know that sounds cheesy, considering the subject matter, but it truly was difficult to put this book down. When I wasn't reading it, I was thinking about when I would be able to pick it up again.
    The story brings to light the challenges of modern women trying to do everything for their friends and family without realizing they need to give themselves a break.
    While it's easy to see how Allison's life spiraled out of control, you can't help but root for her recovery.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2014

    Fiction or Confession?

    I loved this book because it speaks to busy women on so many levels about our reluctance to ask for help with our bratty kids, aging parents and sullen husbands. Either Weiner very thoroughly researched the world of prescription drug addiction and rehab or this novel is really her own story!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2014

    Another hit by Weiner

    I couldn't put this one down. The story will ring true for so many busy moms that are trying to accomplish too much every day.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 20, 2014

    more from this reviewer

    Jennifer Weiner at Her Finest!

    Having read ALL of Jennifer Weiner’s books, (she never ceases to amaze me). The Queen of chick-lit, drama, relationships, sex, dating, trends, and marriage—any issue involving a woman—pulling out "all the stops" with her humor, wit, even cynical at times—for "in your face" truths. When she speaks, women listen.

    ALL FALL DOWN, is a grown up novel, advancing past the days of dating and guys—now her character, Allison is facing the real truths of life—marriage, motherhood, career and addiction.

    How could a woman with it all, need drugs in order to exist, survive, and cope? How does the character, Allison get to this place where she is online ordering illegal drugs, and furthermore can she stop? More importantly, how will she maintain her life without the comfort of her pills?

    In a world where so many women feel the need to be perfect; finding it difficult to balance it all, personal and business—there comes stress of maintaining. This book will hit home to women readers— ALL FALL DOWN reminds me of several of my favorite quotes and a book I read recently "Better than Perfect" by Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo.

    “Perfectionism becomes a badge of honor with you playing the part of the suffering hero” –David D. Burns
    The most valuable thing you can make is a mistake. You can’t learn anything from being perfect.” –Adam Osborne

    Allison has a stressful job as blogger for a women’s website, a demanding daughter, and a loving husband, who enjoys have lunch with another woman, pretentious friends, a weak mother with whom she cannot connect with, and a father with Alzheimer’s. Not quite so perfect!

    Jennifer takes readers on a journey through one woman’s struggle with addiction, and during this time she connects with other women who find themselves in the same situation, with different circumstances. They may be different; however, they all arrive at this point out of a desperate need.

    As she goes through rehabilitation, she realizes her mom is not the person she thought she was—a parallel as the two have more in common than they may know. Both are hiding behind their fears to be perfect, walls which surround them, a pretense, as this is what they know—never show your weaknesses or let anyone know the real you. However while maintaining their secrets, false pretenses, what crutches do they use to hold them up? Something or someone has to fall.

    Loved this book, and my only negative was the audiobook, as the narrator had a very annoying voice and when you pre-order a book, you do not get to sample the audio or performer. I was tempted to give a lesser rating due to this; however, the story was so powerful, I had to judge the book without the influence of the narrator. I would recommend reading the book in other formats. Definitely movie worthy!

    A must read for all women of any age—buckle up for the ride of your life. On this ride, you may learn something about yourself. One of Weiner's deepest and hard hitting books to date, of empowerment, self-discovery and redemption.

    Cannot wait for her next book, The F Word: My Life in Stories, coming April 14, 2015! Weiner definitely knows how to entertain and one of the funniest writers out there today! Fans of Jodi Picoult, Amy Hatvany, Sarah Pekkanen, and Emily Giffin are assured to love contemporary ALL FALL DOWN!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2014

    Cant read it!

    My pages are blank! Nook please fix ir give me a refund!

    1 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2014

    Loved this book

    I really loved this story....I agree the rehab part was a bit long and disappointing, but before that the story was really good. I could understand how someone could become addicted. I felt so sorry for the charachter and her husband....felt like a real story to me...love her books!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2014

    It started well, but I didn't enjoy the book once she hit rehab.

    It started well, but I didn't enjoy the book once she hit rehab. It felt as though the author was wanting to wrap up the book quickly. Lots of unanswered questions for me. Wasn't worth it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2014

    Stupid

    Stupid

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2014

    Terrible

    I usually enjoy her books but this one is a waste of time. Whiny middle aged woman for a main character

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted July 7, 2014

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    Posted July 6, 2014

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  • Posted July 6, 2014

    Very depressing book.

    Very depressing book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2014

    Not your usual Jodi!

    Pre-ordered this book and couldn't wait to read it but was very disappointed! Does not live up to her previous books which I've read all of. Whiny main character and some unbelievable touches like making little girls dresses talk and argue! Come on! Not worth the money, time or energy spent to read it!

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    Posted July 5, 2014

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