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Man, Woman and Child (Anglais) Broché – 1980


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It's a page-turner, but... 22 juillet 2003
Par Aletheia Tamewitz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Though this story was interesting and kept me turning pages, I found Bob, the protagonist, difficult to sympathize with. He deeply loves his wife, yet he gives no good reason for having been unfaithful to her. Segal seems to want the reader to believe that Bob is a good man who has only been unfaithful this one time (an interlude that lasted for a few days rather than a more excusable single crazy incident), but how is the reader supposed to reconcile his supposedly honest nature and passionate love for his wife with his actions? Perhaps this novel is supposed to draw sympathy and understanding for human weakness, but what it actually ends up doing is chipping away at the reader's faith in true love by saying that even the most in-love of couples would cheat if it were unlikely they would ever be caught.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A story which brings tear to your eyes 30 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A story of a man in a dilemma of keeping his family happy and on the other hand, his love for his son who was born out of an affair a long time ago. Every emotion is depicted very nicely and the ending is as true as it can be.
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It's a page-turner, but... 22 juillet 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Though this story was interesting and kept me turning pages, I found Bob, the protagonist, difficult to sympathize with. He deeply loves his wife, yet he gives no good reason for having been unfaithful to her. Segal seems to want the reader to believe that Bob is a good man who has only been unfaithful this one time (an interlude that lasted for a few days rather than a more excusable single crazy incident), but how is the reader supposed to reconcile his supposedly honest nature and passionate love for his wife with his actions? Perhaps this novel is supposed to draw sympathy and understanding for human weakness, but what it actually ends up doing is chipping away at the reader's faith in true love by saying that even the most in-love of couples would cheat if it were unlikely they would ever be caught.
with a perfect marriage, exciting careers and two lovely daughters 8 juin 2015
Par Marissa Marchan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a story of a husband and wife, with a perfect marriage, exciting careers and two lovely daughters. They were a perfect American family. But what Sheila, the wife, didn’t know was that her husband had a one night stand 10 years prior on a business trip to France. Bob, the husband, didn’t know that on that one night of passion produced a child and their marriage was put to the test. Would she forgive him? Can she trust him again? It didn’t help when their children wasn’t that forgiving. But because of their love for each other, and at the end they forgave Bob and they became whole again. True love always prevail.

The story started slow, but picked up the pace in the middle. It was a good story, but I guess I wasn’t that excited about the ending. It could have been better.
Cunning 27 mai 2007
Par H - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Segal can write a cunning novel in so few words. In this book the gripping idea of a marriage rocked by the discovery that a single infedilty led to a child being born several years ago. With the death of the child's mother the father discovers the child, and struggles to combine his family under one roof. The ultimate question of what we would do, and what we can do to forgive those we loved is the heart of the matter here. Beautifully written as all Segal novels are.
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