Ep. 100 Three Women by Lisa Taddeo — The Stacks Book Club (August McLaughlin)

Sex, desire, and relationships are all part of today’s episode of The Stacks Book Club. August McLaughlin (Girl Boner) is back and we’re diving head first into Lisa Taddeo’s wildly popularThree Women. This book brings up conversations about trauma, representation, and the marketing of a book.
There are minor spoilers on this episode.


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One thought on “Ep. 100 Three Women by Lisa Taddeo — The Stacks Book Club (August McLaughlin)

  1. Thanks you for your honest critique of this problematic book. It’s refreshing to hear true opinions from smart and thoughtful readers. More please!

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