The War of the Roses
Barbara and Oliver Rose started out as young lovebirds, ready to scrimp and save and struggle their way toward a rosy future. But by the time that future arrived, bringing with it two kids, two pets, two cars and a big house with a lighted, glassed-in shoe closet, they hated each other like poison. Once their battle is underway, no holds are barred. It becomes a deliriously mean-spirited free-for-all in which nothing--not the pets, not the shoes, not the cars and certainly not themselves--is sacred.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Draak - LibraryThing
This is definitely not your War of the Roses movie. Although there are some of the same things happening in both, the movie was made into a black comedy and there is nothing comedic about this book. A ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Kaethe - LibraryThing
Worst divorce ever. I suppose that's a cultural point that's passed: I don't think anyone is writing stories about divorce as they were in the late 70s. Read full review