Good in Bed is a novel about journalist Cannie Shapiro, who has spent most of her life feeling self-conscious about her weight. Although she is intelligent, funny, and successful, Cannie still feels defined by her size, and after breaking up with her long-term boyfriend, feels even worse; however, when she discovers she is pregnant, everything changes. This sarcastic yet moving novel explores themes of self-image, feminism, and coming to terms with one’s flaws.

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