Katie Carr is a good person…sort of. For years her husband’s been selfish, sarcastic, and underemployed.
But now David’s changed. He’s become a good person, too—really good. He’s found a spiritual leader. He has become kind, soft-spoken, and earnest. Katie isn’t sure if this is deeply felt conversion, a brain tumor—or David’s most brilliantly vicious manipulation yet. Because she’s finding it more and more difficult to live with David—and with herself.
“A darkly funny and thought-provoking ride.”—USA Today
“A bitingly clever novel of ideas…[a] profound, worrying, hilarious, sophisticated, compulsive novel.”—The Sunday Times (UK)
“Daringly different.”—New York Daily News
“How to be good? How to be bloody marvelous more like.”—The Mail on Sunday (UK)
“Breezily hilarious and thought-provoking at the same time.”—New York magazine
“Seriousness spiked with humor…a page-turner.”—The Washington Times
“A thorny parable…very funny and shrewd.”—Salon.com