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Hare the lingering fear that they will never find a love uite like their parents'As the novel moves through the tumultuous year following the arrival of Jonah Bendt given up by one of the daughters in a closed adoption fifteen years before we are shown the rich and varied tapestry of the Sorensons' past years marred by adolescence infidelity and resentment but also the transcendent moments of joy that make everything else worthwhi Second read from the 2020 Women s Prize for Fiction longlistThe most engaging aspect of this multi generational drama is the authenticity of its characters Complex and imperfect simmering with jealousy impulsive and turbulent Some actively engage in avoidance while others rush headlong into conflict offering readers than one shocking moment of thinking Did she really just say that Character dialogue is genuine demonstrating incomplete thoughts and natural breaks in speech And there s a subtle brilliance to Lombardo s ability to weave the characters personalities into the narrative despite it being written in the third person perspective Verdict The Most Fun We Ever Had is a despairing account of a family burdened with tension and toxicity as it struggles to keep secrets hidden and navigate uncharted pathways to love Wasn t that every sister s dream from the beginnings of consciousness to have your siblings under a spell But this was the thing sometimes being a sister meant knowing the right thing to do and still not doing it because winning was important Victory was a critical part of sisterhood she d always thought And she was not winning today by any conceivable stretch so why the fuck not seize an easy conuest when you could Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals parents'As the novel moves through the tumultuous year following the arrival of Jonah Bendt given up by one of the daughters in a closed adoption fifteen years before we are shown the rich and varied tapestry of the Sorensons' All Night Long (Nannies, past years marred by adolescence infidelity and resentment but also the transcendent moments of joy that make everything else worthwhi Second read from the 2020 Women s Prize for Fiction longlistThe most engaging aspect of this multi generational drama is the authenticity of its characters Complex and imperfect simmering with jealousy impulsive and turbulent Some actively engage in avoidance while others rush headlong into conflict offering readers than one shocking moment of thinking Did she really just say that Character dialogue is genuine demonstrating incomplete thoughts and natural breaks in speech And there s a subtle brilliance to Lombardo s ability to weave the characters Bronze Age Mindset personalities into the narrative despite it being written in the third The Freeze-Frame Revolution person The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 perspective Verdict The Most Fun We Ever Had is a despairing account of a family burdened with tension and toxicity as it struggles to keep secrets hidden and navigate uncharted Mon patron voulait que je tape les seins nus pathways to love Wasn t that every sister s dream from the beginnings of consciousness to have your siblings under a spell But this was the thing sometimes being a sister meant knowing the right thing to do and still not doing it because winning was important Victory was a critical His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch part of sisterhood she d always thought And she was not winning today by any conceivable stretch so why the fuck not seize an easy conuest when you could

REVIEW The Most Fun We Ever Had

The Most Fun We Ever Had

G soothes herself with booze and younger men; Violet a litigator turned stay at home mom battles anxiety and self doubt when the darkest part of her past resurfaces; Liza a neurotic and newly tenured professor finds herself pregnant with a baby she's not sure she wants by a man she's not sure she loves; and Grace the dawdling youngest daughter begins living a lie that no one in her family even suspects Above it all the daughters s Another dysfunctional family book 500 pages long 4 daughters who are mostly annoying and unbearable bring it on this is one of the most challenging experience for me Reading Goldfinch was not challenge it was long and all those amazing sentences needed to absorb slowly like sipping a cold splendid special drink which burns down your throat and awakens all your senses Reading this book was challenge like reading Black Leopard and Red Wolf But at least I mostly enjoyed this oneIt s a wordy book you re getting lost in them and start praying the author pick a better editor for her next work because at least 100 pages should be omitted which helps the readers to have a neat straight truly emotional sarcastic and some kind of humorous family storyThis book was my accessory for three months I carried it to my business meeting friends gatherings brunch hangouts dentist and hairdresser appointments And of course this book is so heavy and taking too much place in my bag resembles a valise People who saw my bag thought I was leaving the town Because I wanted to finish it But at least ten times I started and gave up But one night my own dysfunctional family memories came to my mind and of course my hate love hate okay still love you relationship with my old yes I m insulting her but don t worry she s also calling me retarded sisterso I said let s give a try And a big miracle happened I forget my sister exist nope Kidding that s Taylor Swift song name Miracle happened and the book is finished And I m confessing I liked so many parts I liked the author s too wordy but wholehearted and genuine way of story telling and I also got used to the uirkiness and annoying natures of the characters so yes I was so focused to give three stars but now I m surprising myself and I m rounding up my 35 stars to 4But I m begging to the writer to create a shorter book with less POVS and back stories and less words faster pacingSo this is promising hearthwrenching good start The story consists of too many heavy dramatic stuff like alcoholism grief mental illness betrayal past resentments So it is not hearts and flowers book and it is really a long journey but you gotta give a chance and continue your read But if you re already depressed for those kind of relationship dynamics and needing a soft swoony heartwarming read this is definitely not cup of your teabloginstagramfacebooktwitter Gravitys Rainbow part of her Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone past resurfaces; Liza a neurotic and newly tenured Pretend God Is Deaf professor finds herself Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide pregnant with a baby she's not sure she wants by a man she's not sure she loves; and Grace the dawdling youngest daughter begins living a lie that no one in her family even suspects Above it all the daughters s Another dysfunctional family book 500 Las Puertas Del Amor pages long 4 daughters who are mostly annoying and unbearable bring it on this is one of the most challenging experience for me Reading Goldfinch was not challenge it was long and all those amazing sentences needed to absorb slowly like sipping a cold splendid special drink which burns down your throat and awakens all your senses Reading this book was challenge like reading Black Leopard and Red Wolf But at least I mostly enjoyed this oneIt s a wordy book you re getting lost in them and start Discoveries praying the author A Fire Within: Sekret Machines Series, Book 2 pick a better editor for her next work because at least 100 Idenics pages should be omitted which helps the readers to have a neat straight truly emotional sarcastic and some kind of humorous family storyThis book was my accessory for three months I carried it to my business meeting friends gatherings brunch hangouts dentist and hairdresser appointments And of course this book is so heavy and taking too much Night Owl Loonette place in my bag resembles a valise People who saw my bag thought I was leaving the town Because I wanted to finish it But at least ten times I started and gave up But one night my own dysfunctional family memories came to my mind and of course my hate love hate okay still love you relationship with my old yes I m insulting her but don t worry she s also calling me retarded sisterso I said let s give a try And a big miracle happened I forget my sister exist nope Kidding that s Taylor Swift song name Miracle happened and the book is finished And I m confessing I liked so many Deadshifted (Edie Spence, parts I liked the author s too wordy but wholehearted and genuine way of story telling and I also got used to the uirkiness and annoying natures of the characters so yes I was so focused to give three stars but now I m surprising myself and I m rounding up my 35 stars to 4But I m begging to the writer to create a shorter book with less POVS and back stories and less words faster El agujero del infierno pacingSo this is The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) promising hearthwrenching good start The story consists of too many heavy dramatic stuff like alcoholism grief mental illness betrayal Teddy past resentments So it is not hearts and flowers book and it is really a long journey but you gotta give a chance and continue your read But if you re already depressed for those kind of relationship dynamics and needing a soft swoony heartwarming read this is definitely not cup of your teabloginstagramfacebooktwitter

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A multigenerational novel in which the four adult daughters of a Chicago couple still madly in love after forty years recklessly ignite old rivalries until a long buried secret threatens to shatter the lives they've builtWhen Marilyn Connolly and David Sorenson fall in love in the 1970s they are blithely ignorant of all that's to come By 2016 their four radically different daughters are each in a state of unrest Wendy widowed youn The Most Fun We Ever Had grew on me like a rash the I read this book the I grew firm in my opinion that not only did I dislike it but that I in fact actively hated it Its bloated length 532 pages is almost designed to make its every fault as glaring and grating as possible i started listening to its audiobook at 125x speed and finished it listening at 25x speed so make of that what you will lol Here s a very extensive list of some of the things about Lombardo s writing that irritated the shit out of me Enjoy The amount of times Lombardo mentions how much Marilyn and David love each other OHHH MYYY GOOODDD we get it marilyn needs david like she needs air to breathe david worships the ground marilyn walks on they have sex like 4097234 times a day and touch each other all the time and somehow communicate paragraphs worth of information with a single look and wE GET IT YOU HAVE MADE YOUR POINT PLS STOP The amount of times characters watch other characters having sex I m honestly sorry I just made you read that hell I m sorry I just made myself read that There s at least 3 instances in this book where a character stumbles upon 2 other characters on their way to having or actually having sex wtf a single time is one too many times BUT 3 one of those times involves a 15 year old character watching some guy giving his aunt oral sex and the other a teen girl watching her parents on their way to having sex on the sofa and that is on both counts some deeply disturbing shit to say the least and the scenes are described in detail too and I justdid we really need this kind of disgusting voyeurism The amount of times Lombardo uses the phrase sitting Indian style JUST FUCKING SAY SITTING CROSS LEGGED AND MOVE ON why use dumb and offensive antiuated language when you can just use the perfectly serviceable alternative of sitting cross legged Lombardo doesn t seem to have considered what she decided to include in this book because so much of it is uestionable at best and extremely problematic at worst Here are some particularly egregious examplesHis nameis Jonah Bendt unfortunately like cool why not just cement the kid s fate as a pipefitterisnt it funny to shit on people s jobs lol how hilarious Lathrop House had gotten cable specifically so this one fucked up kid with Asperger s could watch itwhy include the fucked up why not just say a kid with Asperger s i swear im getting riled up writing this because this book is so unnecessarily shitty so many timesWe re in a weirdly speedy schedule tonight Mom s in schizoid modethis one s especially hilarious because this book tries and miserably fails to sympathetically portray mental illness and then turns around and has a character basically shit on any kind of positive mental illness representation by saying a dumbass thing like mom s in schizoid mode while we re on the subject of this book s shitty mental illness rep i wanna talk about how the book portrays one of the characters Ryan Liza s husband who has depression i don t have depression so definitely take my opinion with a grain of salt but the rep was in my view Not Good in fact it was Bad Really Goddamn Bad the moment Lombardo introduced him i knew it wasn t going to go down well because all he is in this book is a huge burden to his wife that s literally it he s a pathetic man child and I m uoting straight from the book here who sits at home all day and plays video games and thwarts his poor wife s every attempt to get him to do something productive i don t even know where to start unpacking the shitstorm that is his portrayal first of all HE IS DEPRESSED i think that would ualify as a HUGE extenuating circumstance it s not like he s some lazy slob who s sitting at home all day for no reason but than that the way he s represented makes it seem as though it s his fault he s depressed like if he d just get up and make an effort everything would be okay like oh his poor wife is working sooOoO much and trying soOoO hard to be good for him and he s refusing to cooperate or do anything for her sake isnt he such a huge burden if only he would just like do better view spoilerand in the end the narrative conveniently disposes of him by having him discover his wife s infidelity and leaving her lol nice truly the cherry on top of this novel s disastrous mental illness rep hide spoiler Deadshifted (Edie Spence, pages is almost designed to make its every fault as glaring and grating as El agujero del infierno possible i started listening to its audiobook at 125x speed and finished it listening at 25x speed so make of that what you will lol Here s a very extensive list of some of the things about Lombardo s writing that irritated the shit out of me Enjoy The amount of times Lombardo mentions how much Marilyn and David love each other OHHH MYYY GOOODDD we get it marilyn needs david like she needs air to breathe david worships the ground marilyn walks on they have sex like 4097234 times a day and touch each other all the time and somehow communicate The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) paragraphs worth of information with a single look and wE GET IT YOU HAVE MADE YOUR POINT PLS STOP The amount of times characters watch other characters having sex I m honestly sorry I just made you read that hell I m sorry I just made myself read that There s at least 3 instances in this book where a character stumbles upon 2 other characters on their way to having or actually having sex wtf a single time is one too many times BUT 3 one of those times involves a 15 year old character watching some guy giving his aunt oral sex and the other a teen girl watching her Teddy parents on their way to having sex on the sofa and that is on both counts some deeply disturbing shit to say the least and the scenes are described in detail too and I justdid we really need this kind of disgusting voyeurism The amount of times Lombardo uses the Calling Me Home phrase sitting Indian style JUST FUCKING SAY SITTING CROSS LEGGED AND MOVE ON why use dumb and offensive antiuated language when you can just use the The Taint of Lovecraft perfectly serviceable alternative of sitting cross legged Lombardo doesn t seem to have considered what she decided to include in this book because so much of it is uestionable at best and extremely Mr. Francis Wife problematic at worst Here are some The Shadow People particularly egregious examplesHis nameis Jonah Bendt unfortunately like cool why not just cement the kid s fate as a The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, pipefitterisnt it funny to shit on Degrees of Elevation people s jobs lol how hilarious Lathrop House had gotten cable specifically so this one fucked up kid with Asperger s could watch itwhy include the fucked up why not just say a kid with Asperger s i swear im getting riled up writing this because this book is so unnecessarily shitty so many timesWe re in a weirdly speedy schedule tonight Mom s in schizoid modethis one s especially hilarious because this book tries and miserably fails to sympathetically Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels portray mental illness and then turns around and has a character basically shit on any kind of The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook positive mental illness representation by saying a dumbass thing like mom s in schizoid mode while we re on the subject of this book s shitty mental illness rep i wanna talk about how the book Vietnam Perkasie portrays one of the characters Ryan Liza s husband who has depression i don t have depression so definitely take my opinion with a grain of salt but the rep was in my view Not Good in fact it was Bad Really Goddamn Bad the moment Lombardo introduced him i knew it wasn t going to go down well because all he is in this book is a huge burden to his wife that s literally it he s a Losing Strength and Dexterity plays video games and thwarts his Afghanistan poor wife s every attempt to get him to do something The Black Sheeps Secret Child productive i don t even know where to start unpacking the shitstorm that is his The Billionaires Desire portrayal first of all HE IS DEPRESSED i think that would ualify as a HUGE extenuating circumstance it s not like he s some lazy slob who s sitting at home all day for no reason but than that the way he s represented makes it seem as though it s his fault he s depressed like if he d just get up and make an effort everything would be okay like oh his After the Flood poor wife is working sooOoO much and trying soOoO hard to be good for him and he s refusing to cooperate or do anything for her sake isnt he such a huge burden if only he would just like do better view spoilerand in the end the narrative conveniently disposes of him by having him discover his wife s infidelity and leaving her lol nice truly the cherry on top of this novel s disastrous mental illness rep hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “The Most Fun We Ever Had

  1. says:

    The Most Fun We Ever Had grew on me like a rash the I read this book the I grew firm in my opinion that not only

  2. says:

    So this one was maybe a 35 ⭐️ read for me It took me almost 2 weeks to finish this 500 page family saga If I'm to be honest I found myself bored at times and absolutely enthralled at others There were times when I put the book down and read another book in its entirety before picking this one back up Yet I

  3. says:

    375 stars rounded upI’ll get it out upfront At over 500 pages this novel is just way too long Granted it’s a family saga coverin

  4. says:

    The author of this novel is an old soul Lombardo deeply understands marriage sisterhood and plain old ordinary family dysfunction whi

  5. says:

    Another dysfunctional family book 500 pages long 4 daughters who are mostly annoying and unbearable bring it on this is one of the most challenging experience for me Reading Goldfinch was not challenge it was long and all those amazing sentences needed to absorb slowly like sipping a cold splendid special drink which burns down your throat and awakens all your senses Reading this book was challenge like reading Black Le

  6. says:

    An easy 5 stars for me This is about as good as character driven family sagas getI hope you have the ability to clear your schedule The Sorenson's will instantly grab you and won't let go until the very last page I love character driven family sagadramas and this one has plenty of everything A peek into a seemingly perfect marriage

  7. says:

    this imperfect story realistically captures the essence of the imperfect complexities of marriage parenthood sisterly bonds and familial ties and reading this long family saga felt very much like a family uite entertaining at times but has its boring moments you want to be near it and then desire some distance as soon as possible and sometimes it frustrates you to no end but you still love it anyway i dont tend to read many of these kind

  8. says:

    I usually don’t write reviews but my disappointment in the book was so huge it inspired me to write one I do NOT understand all the 4 and 5 star reviews this book received A summary of this book in a nutshell David and Marilyn are incredibly clueless on how ill prepared their precious children are to handle life’s ups and downs Oh and there is a ginkgo tree in their yard The endThis book is over 500 pages If you are going to

  9. says:

    Second read from the 2020 Women's Prize for Fiction longlistThe most engaging aspect of this multi generational drama is the authenticity of its characters Complex and imperfect simmering with jealousy impulsive and turbulent Some actively engage in avoidance while others rush headlong into conflict offering readers than one shocking moment of thinking Did she really just say that Character dialogue is genuine demonst

  10. says:

    My Lord did I love this novel Imagine a perfectly crafted mash up of LITTLE WOMEN and THE CORRECTIONS Hilarious one moment haunting the next and always always so authentic and deeply felt Claire Lombardo has given us all a spectacular gift the

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