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Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Perhaps no one captures a certain contemporary feminine psyche quite like Pulitzer Prize—winning Elizabeth Strout; here, an adult Lucy Barton of the best-selling My Name Is Lucy Barton returns home after decades to grapple with the indelible stain of family. Lisbeth Salander stans have a new, unlikely Swedish heroine: year-old Maja was implicated in a mass shooting at a fancy Stockholm prep school. Through the course of her trial, the savage depths of her motivations and biography are plumbed. A lush synthesis of the last three centuries of couturiers, from stuffy courtwear to nonchalant normcore. First, reassure her that the way she redid the living room is beyond; nothing compares to her new sofa; and, yes, it was worth the week wait.
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Inspired by Connolly's experiences of raising three children, the novel is a powerful rejoinder to the infamous quote from her father, the critic Cyril Connolly: "There is no more sombre enemy of good art than the pram in the hall. Baroness Greenfield: me and my mum. Mother's Day 'To my shame, I have smacked my children'. Rowling criticises TV for romanticising adolescence. A witty, humorous and poignant take on the mother-daughter relationship by bestselling author Stephanie Calman. Interestingly, McGinn also has a loyal following of knackered fathers, who are in similar need of the perfect glass of wine. Woolf's protagonist Mrs Ramsay is the closest to the 'perfect mother' archetype as you get in any of her books.
For the mom who contemplates existence. In case God forbid. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng. Dare To Lead: Brave Work.
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How Hard Can It Be. I cannot recommend this highly enough to fans of family sagas, or really any reader who just wants a good story, they're two powerful portraits of families dangling on the edge. Close View image. Together.