Ebook [Me Times Three comedy] Author Alex Witchel


10 thoughts on “Me Times Three

  1. says:

    The fact that Joan Didion positively endorsed this book on the back cover makes me wonder a if she read it and b if she did read it and liked it should I continue to respect her What a terribly written book Note that this is not a matter of liking or not liking a particular genre or style I don't read a lot of chick lit but I can get into a smartly written story of almost any kind Remember in fourth grade when your teacher told you to sh

  2. says:

    This is totally forgettable chick lit that I picked up at the library book sale because I’ve read Alex Witchel’s articles in the New York Times Sandra Berlin’s world is turned upside down when her fiance turns out to have two other fiancees Suddenly her suburban mom future is gone and she must deal with weird room

  3. says:

    Wellthis book was okay Nothing about it stood out except that I didn't like or understand any of the characters1 You find out your fiancee has two other fiancees and then you pine away for him for over a year I don't care if he was your high school sweetheartreally And then you whine about it and whine and whine some And go through your ex's trash can 1 year after you broke up I would have rather read about

  4. says:

    Ughok so I picked this book up off the discount rack at a used bookstore I guess I'm not really out much but wow talk about false adve

  5. says:

    Meh this was pretty much what I expected from a sort of chick lit rom com book Our main character learns her fiancé has two other fiancees Uh oh This felt like it had a lot of detail –as we got lots of backstory about Sandra as well as forward movement of the plot but it really felt like the author didn’t really know where the end point was The book had interesting moments and wasn’t unenjoyable to readbut it seems like a

  6. says:

    Warning this text may contain spoilers I only finished reading this book because I needed to read a book with textured pages and this is the only one I had on hand It was so uninteresting that I almost stopped reading it when I only had 30 pages left The story line is bland the writing was okay the stories that the main

  7. says:

    Another Bridget Jones esue novel I know I read a lot of these stories about women in their 20s30sdealing with relationship issues Her The Girl’s Guide To Hunting and Fishing It’s a guilty pleasureAnyway the basis of the story is kind of silly – a girl engaged to her high school sweetheart discovers that he’s actually engaged to two

  8. says:

    From the title I would it would be a completely different story than it was The story does jump around but I was hooked Once you find out Paul's storyline you just can't put the book down Very random story jumps

  9. says:

    I don't normally root against the wronged party in the relationship but Man is it hard to root Sandra in this b

  10. says:

    It was okay some parts okay others I wondered why finish

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review ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ö Alex Witchel

Me Times Three

Sandra Berlin's got it all She's living in Manhattan and climbing the editorial ladder at ultrachic fashion magazine Jolie and she's newly engaged to her high school sweetheart Bucky Ross Bucky's her knight in shining WASP armor ad exe Wellthis book was okay Nothing about it stood out except that I didn t like or understand any of the characters1 You find out your fiancee has two other fiancees and then you pine away for him for over a year I don t care if he was your high school sweetheartreally And then you whine about it and whine and whine some And go through your ex s trash can 1 year after you broke up I would have rather read about her getting over her scummy fiancee and falling in love with someone else2 The gay best friend who died of AIDS just seemedwellcliche And it was a story line that I didn t understand gay best friend who won t tell girlfriendfiancee he is gay while he cavorts with anything wearing pants And takes drugs like crazy and the best friend doesn t seem to care So maybe this is because I am looking at this from a 2013 perspective and not a 1980s perspective when this book was written I know that a lot has changed since then However I think that this is an indication that the book didn t do a good job of placing the events or the entire story into the appropriate period I felt like I was reading a modern story but it wasn t and therefore really didn t make sense to me

characters Me Times Three

Cutive and descendant of Betsy Ross with whom she'll live in suburban Tudor splendor and have beautiful children At least that's the plan Until Sandy meets Bucky's other fiance Who tells her about the third Sandy's heartbreak betrayal Meh this was pretty much what I expected from a sort of chick lit rom com book Our main character learns her fianc has two other fiancees Uh oh This felt like it had a lot of detail as we got lots of backstory about Sandra as well as forward movement of the plot but it really felt like the author didn t really know where the end point was The book had interesting moments and wasn t unenjoyable to readbut it seems like a bonbona momentary distraction but something I can barely remember details about now

review ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ö Alex Witchel

And the excruciating blind dates that follow paint a shrewd comic dead on portrait of the suddenly single life and remind us that even when fantasy crashes head on into hard reality love can still surprise us in the most unexpected way I don t normally root against the wronged party in the relationship but Man is it hard to root Sandra in this book

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Me Times Three
  • Alex Witchel
  • English
  • 15 August 2019
  • 9780743240857

About the Author: Alex Witchel

Alex Witchel is a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and also writes Feed Me a monthly column for the Times Dining section The author of the novels The Spare Wife and Me Times Three she lives in New York City with her husband Frank Rich