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  • Hardcover
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  • Cover the Butter
  • Carrie Kabak
  • English
  • 09 January 2020
  • 9780525948766

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REVIEW ☆ Cover the Butter Ses her to slip back in time For the first time Kate sees her life clearly her dreams of becoming a caterer; the delicate yet combustible relationship she shares with her mother; and the unflagging support of her two best friends Kat. Wowwow Amazing This book is certainly not for everyone but it really hit home for meit could almost be my memoir The story is touching sad and funny all at once It is so full of emotion that I was barely able to detach myself from it Kate is a genuine heroine that I both related to and felt for The writing is in journal entry style and has a beautiful flow The characters are so well developed that I really felt like i knew them If you have ever dealt with parents you can never please low self esteem a bad marriage or waking up one day and realizing your life didn t turn out as plannedthen you must read this book The Diary of George Templeton Strong of becoming a caterer; the delicate yet combustible relationship she shares with her mother; and the unflagging support Anaconda of her two best friends Kat. Wowwow Amazing This book is certainly not for everyone but it really hit home for meit could almost be my memoir The story is touching sad and funny all at The Essential Mrs. Humphry Ward Collection (28 books) once It is so full Nonfiction Outline of emotion that I was barely able to detach myself from it Kate is a genuine heroine that I both related to and felt for The writing is in journal entry style and has a beautiful flow The characters are so well developed that I really felt like i knew them If you have ever dealt with parents you can never please low self esteem a bad marriage Strangers and Kin The American Way of Adoption or waking up Teresa (European Classics) one day and realizing your life didn t turn William & Lucy out as plannedthen you must read this book

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REVIEW ☆ Cover the Butter Get ready to cheer for Kate Cadogan a forty something woman who has spent her life trying to please her husband her son her mother and her father without a moment’s thought to her own needs Until one day when a series of events cau. Carrie Kabak s Cover The Butter is the story of one woman s coming of age the twists turns and broken relationships that brought her to that wrecked kitchen in what was once her marital home We re introduced to her controlling and manipulative mother Biddy her mousy but attentive father Tom her Scottish grandparents the true heroes of this story Mamgu and Griff and Kate s best friends from school Moira and Ingrid We travel back in time to when Kate was a teen herself standing complacently as Biddy ordered her about Trying to please her mother Trying to get her mother s attentionKabak s novel is first and foremost an exploration of motherhood and what it means to be a mother and a daughter And Biddy Well she isn t a very good one The entire length of the book Biddy dangles her approval over Kate s head like a balloon visible but always out of reach Unattainable It s not until she meets Rodney dependable boring from good stock Rodney that Biddy finally begins to show her only child some approval And Kate craves it like a drugI started Cover The Butter over the weekend and devoured it uickly soaking up as many passages at a time as I could Highly readable and with excellent voice and flow Kabak s writing was engaging entertaining and uniue Told entirely from Kate s perspective I really felt like I got to know our heroine and could relate to her struggles to please everyone in the world but herself When her mother dismisses her dreams of baking and canning preserves she banishes them too When Rodney tells her he d prefer her to stay home with the baby building her life up within the home she doesOn the surface it seems as though Kate allows her parents friends and boyfriends to control her and as we make our way through the decades of her life that definitely seems to be the case It s not until she finally gives herself permission to displease her parents and live for herself that she s free And it takes many years to get there yes but get there she does I ve read reviews expressing frustration and total annoyance at Kate s door mat ness and I understand where readers are coming from but for me It was all very true to character After a lifetime of being molded by her mother s talons Kate wasn t going to suddenly kick off her shackles and tell them all to get bent What child doesn t search for love and affection from a parent And hurt when they don t receive itThe book s strength for me came from Kate herself It was fascinating to read about a woman s entire life or well the life she s lived to date Sprinkled with plenty of humor and anecdotes Cover The Butter had a serious side too and dealt with plenty of growing up issues But for as dense as that sounds the story flew by in Kabak s capable hands By the time I d reached the story s denouement I was shocked Over so soonFans of women s fiction andor British fiction might find this a warm interesting and entertaining read that hasn t garnered much attention And if you head into the novel knowing Kate lives most of her life on someone else s timeframe you ll appreciate her a little better And hopefully cheer a little louder when she s finally released from those bonds The African-American Book of Lists own needs Until Madame Bovary one day when a series Hannah West on Millionaire's Row Hannah West of events cau. 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REVIEW ☆ Cover the Butter E finds the courage to make a break and energized by her newfound freedom she creates a life all her own Buoyant and deeply moving Cover the Butter proves that starting over has nothing to do with age and everything to do with spirit. 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