Bitch in the House
- Women Tell the Truth About Sex, Work, Solitude, and Marriage (Unabridged Selections)
- Narrated by: Cathi Hanauer
- Length: 5 hrs and 25 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 15-07-04
- Language: English
- Publisher: HarperAudio
The audio contains the following essays, written and read by the contributors:
Introduction - Cathi Hanauer
Getting the Milk for Free - Veronica Chambers
Crossing to Safety - Jen Marshall
Moving In. Moving Out. Moving On. - Sarah Miller
Papa Don't Preach - Kerry Herlihy
I Do. Not.: Why I Won't Marry - Catherine Newman
Killing the Puritan Within - Kate Christensen
My Mother's Ring: Caught Between Two Families - Helen Schulman
Attila the Honey I'm Home - Kristin van Ogtrop
The Myth of Co-Parenting: How It Was Supposed to Be. How It Was. - Hope Edelman
Daddy Dearest: What Happens When He Does More Than His Half? - Laurie Abraham
Crossing the Line in the Sand: How Mad Can Mother Get? - Elissa Schappell
Married at 46: The Agony and the Ecstacy - Nancy Wartik
The Fat Lady Sings - Natalie Kusz
What Independence Has Come to Mean to Me: The Pain of Solitude. The Pleasure of Self-Knowledge. - Vivian Gornick
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Leyda on 19-07-10
I never write reviews but this was horrible. I couldn't relate to these women. In fact, I hated them. If you are spoiled, self-absorbed and have a sport a healthy dose of self entitlement you may like this book. It was like a marathon of that Housewives of New York City reality show. Less important but equally annoying was the narration.
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By Nancy on 07-06-15
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Mostly, the essays are honest, well written, and revealing. A few are whiny and annoying. To the woman whose chief complaint is that her husband does more than his share: OMG! Are you nuts?
If you’ve listened to books by the authors before, how does this one compare?
Did Bitch in the House inspire you to do anything?
Yes, the essays are thought provoking, so that was inspiring, but the experience of listening to only half of what I know to be The Entire Book also now inspires me to bitch that what is advertised as unabridged is not; it's less than half the book.
Any additional comments?
Good grief, where's the rest of the book???
1 of 1 people found this review helpful