The Witches of Eastwick

The Witches of Eastwick

Book - 1996
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In a small New England town in the late 1960s, there lived three witches Alexandra Spoffard, sculptress, could create thunderstorms. Jane Smart, a cellist, could fly. The local gossip columnist, Sukie Rougemont, could turn milk into cream. Divorced but hardly celibate, content but always ripe for adventure, our three wonderful witches one day found themselves quite under the spell of the new man in town, Darryl Van Horne, whose hot tub was the scene of some rather bewitching delights. To tell you any more, dear reader, would be to spoil the marvelous joy of reading this hexy, sexy novel by the incomparable John Updike.
Publisher: New York : Fawcett Columbine, 1996
Edition: 1st Ballantine Books trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9780449912102
0449912108
Branch Call Number: UPDIKE, J
Characteristics: 306 pages ; 21 cm

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lukasevansherman
Jan 03, 2015

Not a big Updike fan, but this at least is free from the stifling suburban male angst of the "Rabbit" books. Lots of detailed passages about sex, which aren't particularly sexy. Made into a really crappy movie with Jack Nicholson as the devil and Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Susan Sarandon as the witches. Followed by "The Widows of Eastwick."

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AA789
Nov 10, 2011

The book is way better than movie which lacks all sophistication of the book.

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blueskies100
Nov 10, 2011

The movie was much better. I found the plot and writing did not maintain my interest.

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