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My biggest I wasn’t impressed with The Devil Wears Prada –too much hype–so wasn’t expecting much from this book by the same author. Agent, Deborah Schneider at Gelfman Schneider. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. No one character has to carry the role of ultimate evil. Like a said, shocking ending.
In fact, I bet a tonne of the dialogue is the same too. Text messaging was new and you got that first text and weren’t even sure how to open it. She was an idiot in love but she deserved better than that. All in all, it was anticlimactic and swathed in sentimentality. I delayed it constantly, reading a page or two eventually. Okay, I’m a sucker for even a halfway decent love-story, despite the annoying things I already mentioned.
He only reached out to her when he found out that his investors were her Uncle Will and Simon, her uncle’s lover. Okay, this is what I get for adding this to my “to read list” and then waiting eight years to read it.
Everyone Worth Knowing
Weisberger’s second novel received generally unfavorable reviews. While it was a decent vaycay book, it left me slightly disappointed. I even found myself lamenting not being able to hurry up and finish last night when I was on the second to last disc on the way home and the story was hitting it’s pinnacle. Books by Lauren Weisberger.
It’s just a standard fictional book about random knoaing in …more I have no specific knowledge of this author’s life, but there is no suspense in this story.
May 25, Jennifer Johnson rated it did not like it. The shallow, self-absorbed main character, whom we’re supposed to believe is interesting enough for everyone to follow her life in the newspaper and qualified enough for her Fabulous job.
The writing and story is mediocre, weisberget characters are VERY annoying, there is hardly any character development, and the conclusion is infuriating. Oh, give me a break.
Sometimes you just read something fun, and this book fits that. Here’s how they put it on Amazon.
Sammy declares that it was actually Laurne and Simon who were the investors in the restaurant did I mention Will was gay and his partner to be Simon? Nov 20, Ivana rated it it was ok. Runners-up in the “blatant stereotype” category include: But it seems like this author just can’t get away from scattering a bunch of pretty girls with labels across the Manhattan landscape.
It was only last month when I saw my huge TBR pile that was growing in a scary way that I decided to take some great measures such as: Please stop with the dreaded respect line. Bette breaks up with boyfriend, and then is stuck with a worgh that is basically allergic to everything out there Bette also happens to be allergic to dogs but is okay with this one?
Everyone Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger
They get to the wodth and it turns out it’s a party for Bette with everyone there. And what pauren I say about it? Soon after Bette Robinson quits her horrendous Manhattan banking job like the impulsive girl she’s never been, the novelty of walking her four-pound dog around the unglamorous Murray Hill neighborhood wears as thin as the “What are you going to do with your life? Paperbackpages.
Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! For Bette, a style-challenged, romance novel—obsessed daughter of hippies, the high-stakes world of celebrity takes a little getting used to—especially once she is catapulted into the arms of one of New York’s most eligible bachelor Library Journal: Admittedly, though, I raced through, and largely skim-read, it just to get to the end, and onto a better novel, quickly.
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Thirty-five thousand names, actually, and we can get in touch with any of them at any time. Published init tells the story of Bette Robinson, a single woman in New York City kbowing up in the city’s party circuit through a new job in public relations. More By and About This Author.
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Sign up and get a free eBook! Bette is surprisingly successful at her new job, even as she’s constantly complaining about “the ridiculousness of what we were doing”—i. Stereotypical characters, dull plot consisted of superficial world building, with predictive and anticlimactic ending.
The characters were dull and had such a low self-esteem that was making me doubt if I was feeling anger or pity for them. Though Lauren broke her spine over convincing us how Bette adjusted to the world of PR, to me, she looked as if she had no idea what the hell she was doing there. I do recommend Everyone Worth Knowing to any woman looking for a fun, refreshing read that won’t make you feel like you’re lowering your literary standards in the process.
Really not worth reading unless it’s the last book in the world, though. The Best Books of And I got kind of annoyed when she quit her job on a whim, which seemed ou I feel like I need to give this review in the context of its predecessor “The Devil Wears Prada,” which was good. Like you know every other romance story out there.