Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A story of female friendship in Palo Alto evokes the '60s, including the stirrings of second-wave feminism.Beauty-pageant protests, inequality for female athletes, daughters denied educational opportunities and many other not-so-subtle reminders of how far we've come pepper Clayton's predictable second novel (The Language of Light, 2003), which brings together Frankie, Linda, Kath, Brett and Ally ... Read full review

Review: The Wednesday Sisters

Editorial Review - - Bronwyn Miller

“The Wednesday Sisters look like the kind of women who might meet at those fancy coffee shops on University we do look that way but we're not one bit fancy, and we're not sisters, either. We don't even meet on Wednesdays anymore, although we did at the beginning.” So begins Meg Waite Clayton's lyrical novel of the friendships forged among five different women who come together by chance. In the ... Read full review

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Review: The Wednesday Sisters

User Review  - Gina - Goodreads

I can't bring myself to say this was good... but I can't bring myself to say it was terrible. For this review, I'm going to tell you how I think a book SHOULD look, and this one ACTUALLY looked. First ... Read full review

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