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The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted

And Other Small Acts of Liberation

by Elizabeth Berg

The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted
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  • Published in USA  Apr 2008
    256 pages
    Genre: Short Stories & Essays

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Sharon (06/23/10)

Loved these stories
I loved these stories. Weight watchers, this book will make you laugh. The resilience of women runs through these stories.
MMorrison (12/30/09)

Would have been able to finish but....
Obvious that Elizabeth Berg is a great author. This book began as one I really wanted to read. Got as far as page 5. Was the f-word really necessary? I promise to buy any future book by this talented author, if profanity is omitted.
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