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She had worked as an interior designer, but after marrying him and becoming pregnant, she quit to become a stay-at-home mother. With an audio production, so much of how you experience a book depends on the narrator's interpretation. Especially when there’s a breathtaking vista, a full-service chef and housekeeper, a cozy fire to keep you warm, and others to keep you company. But she’s starting to push back against the sheltered life Cooper has created for her - and he’s still haunted by the painful truth of what it took to get them there. Zoje Stage’s Baby Teeth is cunning, sharp, and nasty, and wickedly funny until it isn’t funny anymore.
They had a tense dinner, and Hanna decided that she could make Alex dislike Suzette even more if she made her ugly. She faces the additional struggle of loneliness and boredom often experienced by SAHMs while their children are young, the feeling of missing out on the wider world and creative opportunities while she’s rearing ungrateful offspring. When the doctor told her mother Suzette that yet another CT scan had turned up no physical reasons for the developmental delay, he suggested that she and her husband Alex should consider consulting a child psychologist. Vying between two perspectives, Baby Teeth alternates between the impotent rage and hysteria of a distraught mother (Suzette) and the clinical coldness, bad-seed style, of a mentally unstable little girl.Hanna sat with her elbow on the chair’s armrest, head on her hand, absorbed and expressionless like she became in front of the TV.
Alex rushed them all to urgent care, and the doctor told Suzette that the burn on her face would likely leave a scar. Imagine WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN only with insight into what Kevin was thinking—and if Eva had fought back.What I Disliked: The ending while I will say the ending worked it is a whimper of an ending when I was expecting a bang. Baby Teeth is a mesmerizing thriller that effectively taps into deep-seated anxieties that any parent will find uncomfortably familiar.