by Bob Miner, Robert Miner

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Our story begins when Nikolas surreptitiously commits adultery with his ex-wife, Maryanne, while Rachel, his current and ``terminal'' wife, is busy cleaning househer only passion. Maryanne thoroughly enjoyed sex before her marriage, as did Rachel, but she's using it now to tempt her ex into taking custody of their two daughters because her current lover doesn't want them around. Neither does Rachel, who dotes only on her and Nikolas's little son whom she mercilessly babies. This chronicle purports to paint a true but comic picture of contemporary marriage and divorce, but Miner ( Mother's Day ) is on target only when describing the reactions and confusion of the children caught in the selfish battles of their immature parents. Self-conscious, overwritten (keep a dictionary handy), and not recommended.Marion Hanscom, SUNY at Binghamton Lib.

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
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20.00(w) x 20.00(h) x 20.00(d)

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