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Three Women Desire As We Ve Never Seen It Before A Riveting True Story About The Sex Lives Of Three Real American Women, Based On Nearly A Decade Of Reporting.It Thrills Us And Torments Us It Controls Our Thoughts, Destroys Our Lives, And It S All We Live For Yet We Almost Never Speak Of It And As A Buried Force In Our Lives, Desire Remains Largely Unexplored Until Now Over The Past Eight Years, Journalist Lisa Taddeo Has Driven Across The Country Six Times To Embed Herself With Ordinary Women From Different Regions And Backgrounds The Result, Three Women, Is The Deepest Nonfiction Portrait Of Desire Ever Written And One Of The Most Anticipated Books Of The Year.We Begin In Suburban Indiana With Lina, A Homemaker And Mother Of Two Whose Marriage, After A Decade, Has Lost Its Passion She Passes Her Days Cooking And Cleaning For A Man Who Refuses To Kiss Her On The Mouth, Protesting That The Sensation Offends Him To Lina S Horror, Even Her Marriage Counselor Says Her Husband S Position Is Valid Starved For Affection, Lina Battles Daily Panic Attacks When She Reconnects With An Old Flame Through Social Media, She Embarks On An Affair That Quickly Becomes All Consuming.In North Dakota We Meet Maggie, A Seventeen Year Old High School Student Who Finds A Confidant In Her Handsome, Married English Teacher By Maggie S Account, Supportive Nightly Texts And Phone Calls Evolve Into A Clandestine Physical Relationship, With Plans To Skip School On Her Eighteenth Birthday And Make Love All Day Instead, He Breaks Up With Her On The Morning He Turns Thirty A Few Years Later, Maggie Has No Degree, No Career, And No Dreams To Live For When She Learns That This Man Has Been Named North Dakota S Teacher Of The Year, She Steps Forward With Her Story And Is Met With Disbelief By Former Schoolmates And The Jury That Hears Her Case The Trial Will Turn Their Quiet Community Upside Down.Finally, In An Exclusive Enclave Of The Northeast, We Meet Sloane A Gorgeous, Successful, And Refined Restaurant Owner Who Is Happily Married To A Man Who Likes To Watch Her Have Sex With Other Men And Women He Picks Out Partners For Her Alone Or For A Threesome, And She Ensures That Everyone S Needs Are Satisfied For Years, Sloane Has Been Asking Herself Where Her Husband S Desire Ends And Hers Begins One Day, They Invite A New Man Into Their Bed But He Brings A Secret With Him That Will Finally Force Sloane To Confront The Uneven Power Dynamics That Fuel Their Lifestyle.Based On Years Of Immersive Reporting, And Told With Astonishing Frankness And Immediacy, Three Women Is A Groundbreaking Portrait Of Erotic Longing In Today S America, Exposing The Fragility, Complexity, And Inequality Of Female Desire With Unprecedented Depth And Emotional Power It Is Both A Feat Of Journalism And A Triumph Of Storytelling, Brimming With Nuance And Empathy, That Introduces Us To Three Unforgettable Women And One Remarkable Writer Whose Experiences Remind Us That We Are Not Alone.

10 thoughts on “Three Women

  1. says:

    Audiobook read by Tara Lynne Barr, Marin Ireland, Mena Suvari, and Lisa Taddeo I ve listened to 3 hours so far of the 11 hours and 24 minutes Dave Eggers said I can t imagine a scenario where this isn t one of the important and breathlessly debated books of the year Well let the debates begin I don t feel this book is worth the praise it s gettin

  2. says:

    This is quite a perplexing book as I m not sure what Taddeo s intentions were She takes three American women and tells their stories of failed love, disappointing marriages, unmet or unfulfilled sexual and emotional needs In some ways the stories are different and, almost deliberately echo themes covered in recent fiction Lina, in a sexless marriage, f

  3. says:

    Three Women is an intense look at the lives of 3 women, delving into their lives over an 8 year period, where they have been interviewed in their home towns It intrigued me as it was an intimate look at their thoughts and desires, rather like reading someone s diary The 3 women live in different areas, are different ages and social classes, yet they still h

  4. says:

    Why I love it by Lisa TaddeoRecently over drinks I asked a friend, What s the last book you read that you just couldn t put down Without hesitation, she answered, Three Women Now, I m not usually a nonfiction reader and I have a stack of half read memoirs to prove it but with this book, I have to agree with my friend Three Women sucks you in from the very first

  5. says:

    Yawn This book about three damaged women and their sad sex lives was not for me I feel sorry for all of them especially Maggie who was totally screwed but I found the book tedious and pointless Eight years of research for this

  6. says:

    This was an interesting one The product of than a decade of research and interviews, this book tells the stories of three women Maggie, a North Dakota woman who, as a teenager, had an affair with her high school English teacher Lina, a Midwestern housewife stuck in a sexless marriage and Sloane, a glamorous Newport restaurateur whose husband likes to watch her sleep with

  7. says:

    Three Women tells the story of female desire, not as experienced by all women, but by Lina, Maggie, and Sloane The stories of these women are surprising and thought provoking, and Lisa Taddeo relates them in a book that is as insightful as it is impossible to put down It isn t that these three women speak for all women, but that they speak so clearly, honestly, and powerfully

  8. says:

    Reviewed for The Washington Post, to be published July 9, 2019.

  9. says:

    It s taken me a few days to get my thoughts together to write what I hope is a usual review I want to start by saying I think this book is worth reading It s bringing about important discussions, I ve had some really great ones with a few bookstagram friends but I also think it s important to have the right expectations going in I was excited to read what had been buzzed about as a juic

  10. says:

    Intriguing idea, a book about female desire, but this book is not about that At all.

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