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    This book is brazen...

    I’m rarely at a loss for words, but I find it difficult to put into words how I feel about Mandy Stadtmiller’s memoir, Unwifeable. At first blush (or second or third), this feels like a tawdry tell-all. Mandy does not mince words or descriptions of her life in NYC following her divorce. Parts of Unwifeable are so in your face that I felt like a voyeur reading it. Like it was a car crash or a train wreck, but I just couldn’t look away. Other parts are so poignant and sad that I wish I was her friend and I could just wrap her in a big hug and tell her I was sorry she was going through this. Mandy Stadtmiller is a talented writer and comedienne and I’m happy I pushed through the uncomfortable bits. If we are all honest with ourselves, we have done things we are not proud of, but we don’t regret them because they bring us to where we are today. Mandy’s Unwifeable follows the trajectory of her discovery of this. She lived her life as if she had no fear, accepting every dare, every challenge, being “in your face” fearless, but was in fact just as insecure and unsure as the rest of us. She just acted it out in such a unabashed way. This book is brazen. It is in your face. It is unapologetic. Just like her life. And, yet, it is heartfelt and hopeful. Just like her life. I highly recommend Unwifeable, but be warned. It may make you feel uncomfortable, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. 4.5 Stars
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