Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Meg Wolitzer's The Uncoupling

I really enjoyed this book, which falls squarely in the popular category of "light but good" fiction.

Rob and Dory Lang are happily married English teachers at a small town high school.  All is well at school and home until a new drama teacher, Fran Heller, arrives in town. Fran proposes that the high school students put on a play based on the classic play Lysistrata, in which women refuse to have sex with their men in an effort to stop the war. As the preparations for the play progress, a spell falls over all those involved, and - you can guess- but I won't tell you what happens!

Not serious literature, but a good read that I am recommending. By the author of The Ten-Year Nap.

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