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No review necessary This is a fun book, not a whole lot of substance, just un adulterated amusement. I m on the fence with this one There are quite a few hilarious laugh out loud moments, surprisingly steamy explicit sex scenes and great character portraits, especially of Anna Shapiro s immediate family but Anna herself seemed self centered and abrasive I really felt for her hypochondriac husband Dan and her two children she continually sloughs off on her best friend and soon to be single mother Brenda Dissatisfied with her marriage to her self obsessed husband, Anna as a free lance journalist assigns herself an expos on adultery, using herself as the model for three trysts with various men, assuming no repercussions would follow, all stemming from a tome written by a feminazi American woman I ll leave it at that It was a fun read but I just couldn t get into Anna as a person I guess when you re surrounded by crazies it s only natural to always be on the the defense. I debated giving this three stars I honestly went back and forth while reading this between really liking it and kind of hating it It might have earned three stars if not for the completely ridiculous notion of the main character falling in love with a man she barely knows and spends one night spilling her guts to and then having sex with To the point that when she returns home and realizes that her husband has found out about her affairs, even though she still loves her husband, her response is basically Oh, well, if that s what you want because she wants to find out if she has a future with this other man Then she almost immediately realizes that she still loves her husband, but instead of fighting to get him back, she decides to blame the wacky feminist author who wrote the book that got her into all this trouble in the first place Seriously, she spends almost the entire rest of the book on this mission with her article and going after this woman, rather than going to her husband and apologizing for being such an idiot What reasonably intelligent woman doesn t know that she s playing with fire attempting to have multiple flings with other men So, basically, I guess I m just saying that I totally hated the ending If it had wrapped up a little better, it would have been a solid three stars for me Parts of it were really funny, and I did feel for Anna in her predicament, even if I didn t agree with her chosen course of action I would have also liked if her husband, Dan, had received attention Multiple perspectives are given, but the others are limited, and I felt perhaps the book was a bit slight in this regard A quick and entertaining read for the most part, that ultimately left something to be desired. British Chick Lit definitely for mature audiences as Sue Margolis can become graphic with her sex scenes Incredibly funny and hard to put down, her books become addictive At 37, tabloid journalist Anna Shapiro proves to be a real do it yourself expert While researching an article on adultery, she embarks on three spine tingling extramarital trysts Annas husband, Dan, is a compulsive hypochondriac, spending his time agonizing over a plethora of self diagnosed diseases, planning his funeral and dodging his dead mothers nagging, reproachful voice All this, and the demands of their two young children, has drastically reduced the Shapiros sex life Anna remembers the last time she and her husband had anything resembling mind blowingly filthy sex was three years ago While Anna is shagging to her hearts content, she is unaware that her husband, still faithfully in love with her, is seeking to cure himself of his neuroses, secretly, through therapy and a wacky New Age psychic And she is surprised when her most recent fun loving Romeo snags her heart, forcing her to face the possible disintegration of her family In the midst of humorous high drama, Anna maintains her mission to publicly reveal a shocking secret of one of Americas most hypocritical and arrogant feminist figures This subplot blooms alongside racy sex scenes, near death catastrophes, a Jewish funeral, and the cost of male strippers, shallow editors and loyal friends Anna emerges with a new understanding of herself, her family and her happiness. 1.5 stars Very tawdry British smut, beach reading Shallow characters, kind of funny in parts, but predictable and formulaic I was expecting from the blurbs I d read Not the worst thing ever, but definitely not very good. This was the first audio book I d listened to I think I enjoyed this book listening to it than I would of it I had read it Yes, there s some almost pornographic segments but the story around it was a good one I would recommendif you re not prude that is. When I started reading I never thought I would end up giving four stars to this book But putting morals aside, which can be hard to do, I get it, this book is very funny I m smiling as I am writing this review &E-pub ☙ Neurotica ↽ Anna Shapiro S Husband Has Been A Hypochondriac For Longer Than She Cares To Remember Now Dan Is Even Frightened To Make Love, In Case The Strain Gives Him A Heart Attack Anna Is Determined To Find Some Fun Soon Not To Mention Some Decent SexThen A Sensational New Book Comes Out, Suggesting That Women Are Just As Capable As Men Of Having Affairs Purely For Sexual Pleasure Could Sex Be Like Going For A Facial, Except You Get An Orgasm Instead Of Your Blackheads Squeezed There S Only One Way To Find OutAnna A Year Old Mother Of Two In Desperate Need Of A Tummy Tuck, Breast Lift And Open Pore Surgery Is About To Spend The Next Few Weeks Committing Adultery For The Pure Joy Of It And With Hilarious ResultsBut There S A Catch Anna Still Loves Her Husband And By Setting Out On Her Lone Quest, She S Putting Her Marriage At RiskFast, Funny, Shocking And Unputdownable, Neurotica Is A Novel For Every Woman Who Has Ever Wondered How High You Can Fly With An Airline Captain And Just What Male Strippers Keep In Their Posing Pouches But Be Warned This Book Will Have You Shouting With Laughter Good start of a story line but the ending was too fast, and messy. Muuuy divertido y superficial.