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Table Talk: Memoirs of a Bikini Waxer by Caren A. Stein (2012-09-14)

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  • By Hard Science on May 26, 2013

    This book was entertaining and it make me laugh out loud several times, but for those of you expecting a book with bikini waxing stories know that there are only about four in the entire book. No, this book is filled with a woman's opinion about anything and everything! It rambles a bit from time to time, and occasionally I found myself wondering how the author became an expert (on marriage for example, having never been married), but the author freely admits this and still lays it out on the table for you and at times it can be quite funny.I don't understand some of the disgruntled readers who are harping about bad grammar. The author writes throughout the book that comedy had played a great influence in her life and development. It's pretty obvious to me that the book is meant to be read like stand-up comedy.It is a monologue delivered exactly as the author would have spoken it to your face. Ultimately, I felt that this book was really a personal endeavor and that those who know Caren A. Stein in person would probably get a lot more out of this book than a random stranger. But I think the author is a very entertaining lady and she could probably pull off a screenplay or a good work of fiction.

  • By louise3anne on December 17, 2012

    I read a low star review of this book, written by a man, saying... This is funny?Maybe you have to be a woman to enjoy this book, but Caren Stein IS funny.She has lots of stories and attitude and she's not afraid to use it.Frank, gutsy, open, honest, I was laughing put loud. A lot!Well written, very few typos (so refreshing) I picked this e book up and kept coming back to it until I reached the end.On top of everything else, she tells you why it is wonderful to be a woman.5 stars. Well deserved. Highly recommend.If you ever wonder why I give most of the books I review 5 stars, it's because I only read books that draw me in, keep my attention, and keep me turning the pages. This is totally subjective, and doesn't mean that there aren't other terrific books out there. It just means that they're not to my taste and I don't read more than a few pages of them.

  • By DogNurse on October 4, 2013

    Although I've been using my Kindle for over two years, this is my first review. This book was so funny that I actually laughed out loud while reading. I felt like I was hanging out having fun with one of my girlfriends. Although the subject is about the author's career as a hair remover, she invites you into her personal life with wit and charm in a very down to Earth, relatable manner. Some of the subjects aren't for the squeamish. The book talks about the author's experience with "manscaping", for example. Caren, although despondent, handled the situation with grace. The chapter on popping pimples was right up my alley, I can definitely relate to the gratification of sebaceous extraction. Overall, I enjoyed this glimpse into the author's life and definitely look forward to any future books she may write. [email protected] or DogNurse_JoJo on Twitter.

  • By Maria D. Pontani on November 4, 2012

    Finished reading Caren A Stein's book, Table Talk: Memoirs of a Bikini Waxer, late last night. I had tears streaming down my face from laughing so hard. Hubby was about to call the men in the white coats on me until I explained the book was a hoot and a half.Worth the time? Definitely!! Worth the price? Absolutely!! Available on Amazon [for Kindle as well as in book form!!] If you want a good laugh this is the book for you. Her comedic style is reminiscent of George Carlin, Paula Poundstone and the like with a twist that uniquely hers.A huge two thumbs up from a reader eager for her next publication.

  • By barbaraje on May 11, 2017

    Very funny, and also fairly disgusting. Couldn't finish it straight through, had to intersperse it with other books.

  • By Sarita on October 1, 2012

    The cover page made me buy the book but what's inside is why I couldn't put it down! While reading the book in bed I woke my husband because I was laughing out loud. BUT, there are also many insightful paragraphs that only someone who truly loves being a woman could write.Caren Stein wears many different "hats", each of which makes up a chapter in her book. Who knew that you could encounter so many interesting people and body parts all in a day's work? This book was on my kitchen table when I had an engagement party for my son. Every woman there "of a certain age", as the French say, picked it up, read a few lines and started to chuckle. It sure started some great conversations. This book is a Book Club Must!Bottom line, I ordered 5 copies to give as gifts to my "besties".

  • By BlackHerring on January 29, 2013

    I downloaded this book because I guess I had always been kind of curious about what employment as a bikini waxer is like. This book did go into detail about what the job is like, what dealing with clients in that kind of environments can be, but the author also took detours to talk about her thoughts on other aspects of the beauty business and life in general. I found the book amusing, informative, and a great effort from what I assume is a first time author.

  • By beth on September 25, 2012

    What an enjoyable book! I was hooked after reading the front and back covers and it only got better as I continued on! Caren has a way of telling a tale with brutal honesty but is hilariously funny at the same time. As you read each chapter (or "hat") on various issues we woman deal with on a daily basis (not just hair removal), you will find yourself nodding in agreement and literally laughing out loud.

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