Mrs.

Mrs.

by Caitlin Macy

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Mrs.: A Novel 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is over-hyped and poorly written. The perspective sometimes changes mid-sentence and there is a weird sentence structure using commas that makes it difficult to read. Do not recommend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really hard to read and boring. Very scattered. Strange sentence structure.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the worst book I read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Heartfelt well written characters & words
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Candice_S More than 1 year ago
Mrs. was a solid slow burn for me as a reader - while I wasn't sure in the beginning if I was going to be able to get thoroughly into it or not, I am happy to say, it turned out to be a book I enjoyed quite a bit in the end. Caitlin Macy writes very distinctively - in this story, especially in the beginning, the story simply dips into the lives of the various women in a loosely affiliated Upper East Side community. All of the women come from wealthy, influential homes, and all the women share the distinction of having their children attend the same highly sought after preschool. Beyond that, all of the women are vastly different, although the parallels and intersects of their lives are continuous. As a reader, it took me awhile to catch the flow of this book, and to get into the story. Partly because of the movement between characters and jumps in the timeline. But I am sincerely happy to have stuck with it, as Caitlin did masterful work of weaving seemingly individual threads together into one complete storyline. I found myself flying through the last few chapters to see how the story ended - and for me, it ended in a wildly dramatic and satisfactory way. This is a great read for those who love a slow burn character drama.