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Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. I feel like she did stay-at-home mums and women in general a disservice. Perhaps it’s not laugh out loud material, but it did raise a wry smile now and again and the ending was very satisfying. This book is quite hilarious, even tho I find some scenes a tad too exaggerated.

Also who the hell pits themselves against other people in the way that she does beyond school?

Email address subscribed successfully. Really boring but unexpected ending. Anyway all in all a decent book but nothing spectacular Aug 02, Barry Rocklin added it.

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She is a very funny character and one that I think you either love or loathe. It was a good read, nothing special, but something amusing to keep one occupied for a few hours! I just remember reading this thinking, where the fuck has feminism gone? Apr 02, Lakshmi C rated it really liked it. Granted, as a stay at home Mum you can become a little isolated, but Susie saw everyone in a negative light, and didn’t have a nice word to say about anyone, even if it was meant to be tongue in cheek.

She screws her husband over because he doesn’t constantly fan fragile her ego and then forces him to shoulder the blame because she’s that pathetic she can’t take responsibility for her own irrational actions.

I think many people who have a life filled with children, husbands and the every day responsibilities will certainly enjoy this book. Refresh and try again. Secret Diary of a Demented Housewife, as you might expect, chronicles a year in the life of Susie, who is married to Joe and has two kids called Jack and Katie and is told in the form of diary entries.


Her kids are inventive, her husband is emotionally tuned out, she has a cupboard full of issues and nothing to wear. As much of the humour lies in the fact that many readers, whether they be a thirty something ‘demented housewife’ and mother of two themselves or simply know one, will probably relate to at least some of the goings on.

Jan 17, Tracy Terry rated it it was ok. Nice, easy to read and funny book. Bridget Jones was funny, relatable and witty. Sep 26, Yaya rated it it was amazing Shelves: I also enjoyed the voice of the main character and the diary approach was fun.

Her marriage is getting stale and in danger of ending so it tells of the struggle to keep it but the lighthearted in which the story is told makes the book. Soo when I got an opportunity to read the book, I simply cannot put the book down. He’s oblivious to everything at the moment and focused on his next, big promotion. Aug 18, Marita Pethick rated it it was amazing Shelves: Funny and silly and easy to read. I love blogging, so naturally I love blogwalking and reading other people’s blog.

Published October 30th first published May 3rd Her son swings between being a rug devouring monster and an astronaut attired in assorted vessels and whatever furniture he can fit into. Jun 03, Susan Bazzett-Griffith rated it liked it Shelves: I began reading it while I was waiting to have my hair cut and I was soon hooked, thoroughly enjoying peeking into the diary of a so-called demented housewife.

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However, on the other side there were parts where I got fed up with her crazy ideas and wanted to tell her to get a grip. View all 3 comments. Susie is a stay at home mom and this chronicles her adventures. But it isn’t even the authors somewhat lazy portrayal of these characters nor even the disservice done to stay-at-home mothers portrayed here as somewhat slovenly, tv watching, biscuit munching, celeb obsessed individuals that I found totally irksome so much as the pretentious, rude, and sexual portrayal of four year old pre-schooler ‘I want to wear a bikini top and hot pants and look sexy’ Katie.

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Susie has a ridiculously long list of things she dii be doing to make her diraio perfect yummy mummy, however she also has an even longer list of her crazy ideas and mad cap neuroses.

Jul 22, Anne Brooke rated it really liked it Shelves: The book was good and interesting the main character d I liked the way this book was written, in the form of a diary it makes for quick and easy reading and you can pick it up and put it down easily as its is written in days rather than chapters. Because the book is told in diary format, it is hard to get a grip on the rest of the characters.

Oct 29, Lauren rated it did not like it Shelves: I found the narrator to be whingy and whiney, negative to the extreme, judgmental of other people, insecure, rude, shallow and unloving. She was shallow and self indulgent, and negative. Cookies are little nuggets of information that web servers store on your computer to make it easier for them to keep track of your browsing session.

All in all I pretty much wanted to set fire to the damn thing.

Susie’s journal chronicles a hectic year in the life of a stay at home mother, whose one ambition is to possess an outfit that is free of snot stains. The first few chapters were very easy to get on with as we read and learn about This Niamh Greene book featuring Susie, is the first book I have read of hers and having read the synopsis was looking forward to an enjoyable read. I bet many if not all mums will identify with Susie, the main character, and her amazingly chaotic life!

Dec 31, Sallyann Van leeuwen rated it it was ok Shelves: