Things Are Really Crazy Right Now

Things are really crazy right nowTwo suburban housewives deep into childrearing and carpools delve into the slick world of biotech food production and nefarious marketing practices. Told with what one reviewer called “an intensely urbane wit,” the story unfolds with “commentaries on millennial life practices that are a riot, fully half the fun. The plot itself is a light, funny, surprisigly serious, and totally unique. There may not be another novel today that successfully turns the health food industry into such a battefield of corporate espionage.”






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