Be My Yoko Ono



Be My Yoko Ono Will And Tiger Would Try Anything To Save Their Marriage Even Monogamy.Geek Love Isn T Always Shiny The Will Escaped Into Comics And Games, The His Wife Tiger Turned Outward To Social, Sexual Pursuits Not That She Had To Turn All That Far Will And Tiger S Lovers Siouxie And Stephen Share The House Of Cats, The Suburban Commune The Four Polyamorous Folks Call Home And It S All Been Leading Up To Tiger S Shattering Announcement In The Middle Of A Road Trip I Just Don T See You As A Primary Partner Any Luckily For Will, This Trip Is Leading Them To The Rural Township Of Butterly, Oregon, To Visit Tiger S Father And New Stepmother From The Moment The Geezer Newlyweds Fling Open The Door To Welcome Them, It S Impossible Not To See The Glow Of Their Love Impossible Not To Feel Jealous And Inspired Could It Be That, Between Games Of DD, Buffy Theme Nights, And Hot Tub Parties, Tiger And Will Are Missing Out On The Joys Of A Traditional Lifestyle What Are Those Joys, Exactly A Comic Consideration Of Love, Lust, And Geekdom In An Era Of Expanding Lifestyle Possibilities.

Phoebe Kitanidis is a proud member of Team Cat She lives in a secret lair, deep inside a blackberry bramble in Seattle, where she s currently weaving a new Urban Fantasy series as well as a New Adult Romance series Coffee is her second best friend.

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  • Paperback
  • Be My Yoko Ono
  • Phoebe Kitanidis
  • English
  • 03 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Be My Yoko Ono

  1. Phoebe says:

    Fellow book lovers, I present to you my first novel, written long before I wrote Whisper and Glimmer It s different from those two books It s a geeky adult contemp with funny bits No paranormal, no chases But...

  2. Kristen says:

    Generally I have no interest in polyamory, seeing as how my bed is directly below that of my polyamorous roommate and the unwanted exposure to his lifestyle literally keeps me up some nights So when Phoebe introduced her novel at the OddRockets launch reception a few weeks ago I groaned and sucked harder on my milkshake At the synopsis that a couple realizes that polyamory is just not working so they decide to try out monogamy for a change I think a bit of milkshake might have squirted out my nose By the time she was done with her reading I knew I d have no choice but to further familiarize myself with poly life.So I was all geared up to take pleasure reading about this obnoxious couple falling apart Someone once recently said that s San Franciscan for you they re try so hard to be open minded that it nearly kills them It starts out from the perspective of Will, the pussy whipped geeky husband who s getting dumped by his poly queen diva wife Tiger I don t exactly take Will s side, but I automatically hate Tiger and how much he seems to genuinely love her When the chapter shifts to Tiger s perspective I find myself against my will relating to the vulnerability, self doubt, and loneliness that stirs beneath her pink hair, charisma, and hoards of fans Will starts to grow on me too I can appreciate Tiger s irritation with his lethargy and the fact that he s a pedantic and argumentative nerd ...

  3. Heather RK says:

    This is a true literary gem of a novel What a keen observer the author is of both the world that surrounds us and our thoughts and feelings She uses extreme care and sensitivity in painting out Will and Tiger memorably, strong points and weak ones, realistically, like a gifted painter, coloring vividly what sets these heroes apart, what makes them special.I love Will He s complicated, smart, sensitive, needy, giving, a self deprecating philosopher Tiger is a powerhouse, a doer She goes through life experiencing things first hand But she is learning from her experiences, which leaves room for change, while Will is set in his thinking He could not stop telling his truth, it was like a disease for him, while, for me, truth was like a foreign language I struggled to get my head around even with the help of books and teachers Beneath the strong, matter of fact cover though,...

  4. Abby says:

    This is self publishing s version of Seinfeld a book about nothing, full of unlikeable people, who do terrible things to each other, and yet still hang out Ugh I hated it.I think it s supposed to be about Katherine Tiger and her husband Will and their changing relationship from polyamory to monogamy, but since both characters are so entirely unlikeable, it was hard to care Tiger s a narcissistic, egomaniac and Will s an immature, insecure pushover Neither seems to change through the course of the book, though they both talk a good game about personal growth I just didn t get why I should care about these people.In addition, the changing points of view were confusing Not even the chapter headings were consistent in helping the reader know who was speaking Also, the editing was atrocious SO MANY ERRORS Terrible punctuation, homonym confusion, and weird spacing A good copy editor, or even a good friend who s a reader could...

  5. Anita says:

    If Nick Hornby were to chronicle the adventures of a polyamory guru and her husband in the Bay Area and out of it , he would probably write something a lot like BE MY YOKO ONO, a smart, deeply funny novel with tremendous heart Both Tiger and Will Lilly have voices that rang true to me self aware and witty this is a reading experience that embodies the pleasures of a juicy satire with going to dinner or a really fun road trip with close friends Packing action and purpose even into events as minor as giv...

  6. Emily says:

    I wanted to like this so bad The poly couple that are our main characters sounded so damn intriguing, especially Tiger with her awesome punk hair Also, the title is bomb However, I was hoping for the couple to slowly fall back in love with each other, which happens, but within a weekend and their lives quickly change after that While it seems to be interesting, I found myself rolling my eyes and beginning to dislike Tiger and Will It s too bad I couldn t ...

  7. Karin Mitchell says:

    I liked the subject matter of this book most and the way the author takes the reader through what could be another break up and instead shows how a relationship could really work The course of the novel is unexpected while believable and interesting The characters are complex and gro...

  8. Jo Notary says:

    240pgs, they have a very unconventional and open relationship When they visit her father and his new wife, they can see the fire in their relationship that is traditional They wonder if they are missing out with their open relationship.

  9. Caty says:

    Cute, fun, and a pitch perfect read of nerd poly culture.

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