This latest offering from critically acclaimed author Fay Weldon is
a darkly comic romp through the minefields of friendship and
feminism. On a balmy evening in 1971, five women meet in a cramped
living room in the suburbs of London. Tired of their husbands and
their own unsatisfying lives, they form the aptly named Medusa, a
book publishing house founded on the principle of "getting even."
With wry and savvy humor, Weldon weaves us through twenty years of
these women's lives, as good intentions fall by the wayside and the
hazards of their new politics, sex, and infidelity take their toll.
Avalon Travel Publishing
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||210 x 140 x 25mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
||1st Atlantic Monthly Pbk. Ed
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