Truth.

It’s the nuances of desire that hold the truth of who we are at our rawest moments.

~ Lisa Taddeo, Three Women (Simon & Schuster, July 9, 2019)


Notes:

  • And another passage by Lisa Taddeo from her new book: “I think about my mother’s sexuality and how she occasionally used it. The little things, the way she made her face up before she left the house or opened the door. To me, it always seemed a strength or a weakness, but never its own pounding heart. How wrong I was.”
  • From Amazon.com: “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.”
  • NY Times Book Review by Toni Bentley
  • (Early Review 50 pages in: Exceptionally well written. Page turner. Raw/Emotional.)

Comments

  1. Dear Dave; Are you in the book-business? I can’t see you, but I also cannot NOT see you – you read too much (skim? – speed-reading)…..

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  2. Sounds intriguing, pal. Into the exploratory queue it goes…

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  3. sounds like an interesting study and intriguing read –

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  4. Oh so cool

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  5. So interesting to keep discovering that truth is in the eye of the beholder and an individual’s experience of life.
    Yet – knowing Our thoughts are not the truth, keeps bringing us back into self inquiry and inner exploration.,

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  6. Alan Malizia says:

    I suppose I should have taken notes.
    -Alan

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  7. Oooo. Must read.

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