Although this book came highly recommended by Nancy Pearl (author of Booklist and former Seattle librarian), its stream of consciousness style was exhausting and eventually tedious, in my opinion. The subject matter is very interesting but the style wore me down. The main character, a therapist, has a tendency to ruminate when he should be paying attention to his patients. Repeatedly he imagines his mother imagining her lover or he imagines his wife having sex with his best friend and it all gets quite convoluted and speculative. The author also, judging from the frequency with which it appears in the book, has a bit of a thing about masochistic women who enjoy rear-entry sex. I grew weary of his sexual fantasies.
I read the whole book but honestly, I don't think it was worth my time.
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