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The Question Anyone expecting sweet as saccharin writing from actress and cake baker extrordinaire Jane Asher will be sorely disappointed in The Question a stylish, acerbic novel which treats its topics of betrayal and revenge with a caustic wit that is at once aggressive and intense in its execution The glacial and detached Eleanor late fifties, well preserved, hitherto uncomplicated and affluent lifestyle bolstered by the successful career of her husband, childless but content discovers that heryear marriage has been a sham, and as the full impact of John s transgression forces her into action, Eleanor turns into a wilful and calculating shrew hell bent on revenge There is never any doubt that Eleanor will make her perfidious husband pay for his misconduct, but Asher s canny treatment of a familiar subject pushes the story to its limit, making it a surprisingly classy and pleasingly unpredictable study of a woman who all but loses her sense of reason to the green eyed monsterThe Question certainly cannot to be compared with the cosy aga sagas that perhaps one would automatically associate with Asher s familiar public persona Instead, be prepared to be ambushed by the sharp writing, a plot that tumbles tartly into overdrive from the very first line, and the dramatic twist that shapes the ultimate, pungent and shockingly cruel ending Susan Harrison

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10 thoughts on “The Question

  1. Majenta Majenta says:

    Do you enjoy going to the theatre, for instance Crumpets end upsquidgy Meet John and Eleanor Hamilton such Presidential First Lady sounding names a middle aged, middle class, childless by choice British couple The opening pages surround, ensconce, cocoon the reader in luxurious comfort All is well.the kind of well t

  2. Emily Yelencich Emily Yelencich says:

    The plot on this one was a little soap opera y for me The plot continued thickening a bit too much with no real actions taken That said I did appreciate the internal monologue of Eleanor I thought that Asher handled Eleanor s processing of her revelations very adeptly and largely, realistically There were extremes that Elea

  3. Deb Deb says:

    The white hot fury of a woman scorned ignites the pages of Jane Asher s clever and disturbing novel Daily MailIt read like a gone wrong Mills and Boon and i am not at all a Mills and Boon fan either About all I can say about the novel is it truly is disturbing.

  4. Brenda Brenda says:

    An unusual story of a wife s revenge on her cheating husband

  5. Robin Byrd Robin Byrd says:

    I personally liked this book It has a very surprising end It is about revenge and jealousy.

  6. Sara Sara says:

    very boring

  7. Starry Starry says:

    To Forgive or Avenge This was very interesting, I have to say Eleanor is not someone I can relate to at all too old for me and makes me think of Hyacinth Bucket from Keeping Up Appearances But the question of how she will handle her husband s treachery and whether she will forgive or seek revenge is compelling enough to keep turning those pages Me, I d be furious

  8. Growlcat Growlcat says:

    This book ended very differently to the way it began Could someone really be so oblivious for so long Asher begins to build up three characters and then sidelines 2 of them It was all about Eleanor from start to finish.

  9. Rowena Holloway Rowena Holloway says:

    Wow That ending.

  10. Lori Lori says:

    This was a weird story It could probably really happen Some people might like how it ended I did not like the ending.

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