Mrs. Everything

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  • Hardcover
  • 480 pages
  • Mrs. Everything
  • Jennifer Weiner
  • 27 May 2017
  • 1501133489

About the Author: Jennifer Weiner

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Mrs. Everything From Jennifer Weiner, the 1 New York Times bestselling author of Who Do You Love and In Her Shoes, comes a smart, thoughtful, and timely exploration of two sisters lives from the 1950s to the present as they struggle to find their places and be true to themselves in a rapidly evolving world Mrs Everything is an ambitious, richly textured journey through history and herstory as these two sisters navigate a changing America over the course of their lives. Read Mrs. Everything – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Mrs. Everything

  1. Melissa says:

    Maybe I am different Being different isn t the worst thingMs Everything is just that she s everything and every woman She s the collective voice of you, me, our mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, friends, neighbors and acquaintances She s the gamut of emotions, triumphs, sacrifices, and heartbreak that feed into the way we view the world She s a piece of fiction that hits home with the notion that self discovery is a continuous journey for each one of us.In a story that spans generMaybe I am different Being different isn t the worst thingMs Everything is just that she s everything and every woman She s the collective voice of you, me, our mothers, grandmothers, aunts, s...

  2. Meredith says:

    She wondered whether they would ever not try to have it all and do it all and do all of it flawlessly Would the day ever come when simply doing your best would be enough Wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, aunt, caretaker, career women Mrs Everything attempts to cover it allSpanning decades and told through the alternating narrative of two sisters, Jo and Bethie, who grew up in Detroit in the 1950s, Weiner explores the complex relationship between women, while at the same time, exShe wondered whether they would ever not try to have it all and do it all and do all of it flawlessly Would the day ever come when simply doing your best would be enough Wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, aunt, caretaker, career women Mrs Everything attempts to cover it allSpanning decades and told through the alternating narrative of two sisters, Jo and Bethie, who grew up in Detroit in the 1950s, Weiner explores the complex relationship between women, while at the same time, exami...

  3. Chelsea Humphrey says:

    Please, God, or whoever s up there, please just give me enough time to make it right For me, this was a 3 star read with a 5 star message, so I went with a 4 star rating It s the type of book that you want to say so much about and also nothing at all You want to say so much, because it s a very timely message and is being published at the most opportune moment In a world in the midst of the metoo movement and feminism on the rise, it s the type of book that women can rally behind and promoPlease, God, or whoever s up there, please just give me enough time to make it right For me, this was a 3 star read with a 5 star message, so I went with a 4 star rating It s the type of book that you want to say so much about and also nothing at all You want to say so much, because it s a very timely message and is being published at the most opportune moment In a world in the midst of the metoo movement and feminism on the rise, it s the type of book that women c...

  4. Larry H says:

    Josette Jo and Elisabeth Bethie Kaufman were sisters who came of age in 1950s Detroit Jo is a tomboy,comfortable in old clothes and running around playing sports, while young Bethie was content with being the pretty, talented one, the center of attention Not much changed as the two approached their teenage years, much to their mother s chagrin Jo becameoutspoken in trying to understand civil rights and social justice, while Bethie starts understanding that her beauty gives her Josette Jo and Elisabeth Bethie Kaufman were sisters who came of age in 1950s Detroit Jo is a tomboy,comfortable in old clothes and running around playing sports, while young Bethie was content with being the pretty, talented one, the center of attention Not much changed as the two approached their teenage years, much to their mother s chagrin Jo becameoutspoken in trying to understand civil rights and social justice, while Bethie starts understanding that her beauty gives her an interesting form of power.But a family tragedy leads to a traumatic incident for one sister and self discovery for the other, and both impact their lives and their relationships As time moves on, Bethie becomes a free spirit, traveling the world, ...

  5. شيماء ✨ says:

    The thought of this book gives me strength Every day I get stronger Every book I stumble upon that is about women and their relationships to each other empowers me Every story ever written runs in my veins I amass po...

  6. Susanne Strong says:

    4.25 Stars Mrs Everything by Jennifer Weiner speaks to the masses In this day and age, it is both timely and full of heart It s a story about connections Women who are mothers, sisters, wives, lovers, friends, supporters, heroes and oh so muchJo and Bethie are sisters and Mrs Everything is their story It takes place over the course of decades There are trials and tribulations as each woman struggles and tries to be everything to everyone,...

  7. Debbie says:

    4.5 for bellbottoms and Beatles but oh so muchWhat a great surprise I thought I was signing up for some nice and light chick lit, but oh, was I ever wrong We follow two sisters, Jo and Bethie, from childhood to seniorhood Their lives are anything but nice and light, and I got pulled in immediately There s drama coming out their ears, yet it s not gratuitious, overdone, or unrealistic Weiner, who I ve always thought was a good writer but definitely on the light side, created as 4.5 for bellbottoms and Beatles but oh so muchWhat a great su...

  8. Esil says:

    A high 4 stars Wow I really didn t expect to like Mrs Everything as much as I did I ve read some of Jennifer Weiner s novels in the past, and I think of them as entertaining but generally quite light This felt different The story spanned four generations, covering what felt like complex situations while delivering real emotions I found myself fully engaged and was oh so grateful to have a leisurely Saturday to plough through most of the book and grateful for a few tissues too The story A high 4 stars Wow I really didn t expect to like Mrs Everything as much as I did I ve read some of Jennifer Weiner s novels in the past, and I think of them as entertaining but generally quite light This felt different The story spanned four generations, covering what felt like complex situations while delivering real emotions I found myself fully engaged and was oh so grateful to have a leisurely Saturday to plough through most of the book and grateful for a few tissues too The story focuses on sisters Jo and Bethie I hadn t made the Little Women connection until now starting in the 1950s when they are children At first, it feels like Weiner is portraying Jo and Bethie as...

  9. Theresa Alan says:

    I enjoyed this book, which focused on two sisters Jo, the older sister who s great at sports and hates dresses, and Bethie, who is constantly dieting so she can be the lead in school musicals From the fifties through the sixties up until modern times, their lives don t go in the way you might have predicted when you first met them as kids Some of this was hard to read There is sexual abuse that isn t described explicitly at least not the rape , but how it impacts the character and the other I enjoyed this book, which focused on two sisters Jo, the older sister who s great at sports and...

  10. Berit☀️✨ says:

    This book was EVERYTHING So powerful, so emotional, so beautiful, so absorbing I was completely invested from page 1 in these character s lives, I did not want the book to end This book spans five decades as we watch sisters Jo and Bethie figure themselves and the world out From Detroit to Atlanta, from the 50s to the 2000s we watch these sisters and those they love navigate their way through this thing we call life We see them succeed and fail, grow and stumble, love and lose, laugh and c This book was EVERYTHING So powerful, so emotional, so beautiful, so absorbin...