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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Signet; 1 edition (July 30 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0451203895
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451203892
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 10.6 x 17 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 181 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (310 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #218,376 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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This is NOT a chick lit book! This is not fun, light, fluffy, or empty. It is about women and their demises and in a few stories, their uprises. This is not the usual fluff that most female writers are pushing down our throats. These characters are not here for you to "like", there is no mindless blab of labels, designers etc, listed off just to show the author has fashion sense. The reason this book was panned by so many is because they thought this was a fun chick lit book. The characters are deep and for each novella inside the book, the writing style changes to depict the personalities of the new character(s). I loved each one. Sure it was disheartening and a little depressing at times, but everyone loves a good drama once in awhile! Surely a welcome break from the Valley Girl meets New York fashion list books with mindless dribble and emotionless fashion columnists running around in Monolos. The mention of Manolos in this book actually had importance to the plot.
Loved it! read it twice!
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Excited to read something of Candices after being a HUGE fan of Sex and the City..... wow..... what a disappointment! Nothing like I though it would be. This book is so empty and pointless. I finished it, but grudgingly. I don't think I will even bother trying to read something else of hers.
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First off, I thought this book was one story, but in fact it is 4 different stories on 4 different blondes. I only made it through the first two. I thought this book was horrible. The stories didn't even finish in any kind of satisfying way (at least for me). Very disappointed!!!
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By A Customer on July 6 2004
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It's a Jackie Collins novel without a plot. I'm sure Bushnell has a point to make somewhere but the novel is so unengaging you just can't be bothered to think too much about it once you're done.
If you haven't read it, don't. Rent Sex and the City instead of reading any of Bushnell's novels and you'll have done yourself a huge favour.
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I found her stream of thought-style of writing to be sometimes difficult to follow, and at one point I decided that every character spoke in hysterics, because everyone was "crying" when they talked. i.e. she cried "I'm going to the bathroom". he cried "my soup is cold", etc. things that don't require such a high level of speaking emotion. And when I saw trading up was all about one of these barbie dolls, I passed on it.
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I don't know what possessed me to finish this book, which showed its vacuity within the first 10 pages. The characters are one-dimensional (not to mention sad and pathetic), nothing happens to them to transform them from their sad and pathetic states, and the most I can say I learned from this book is a greater understanding of the social dynamics of the Hampton Jitney.
If you already have a negative opinion of the Botox and Beemers set, this book will only reinforce it. Makes one wonder how Bushnell could've been the one behind "Sex and the City." Whatever made that series click is totally absent here.
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By A Customer on June 22 2004
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I found Candace Bushnell's writing style scattered, awkward, and at times difficult to follow. She describes the characters personalities in way too much detail, which only makes them seem like a robot instead of a real person. I only finished the book out of principle, and won't recommend it to anyone else.
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By A Customer on June 22 2004
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I have read a lot of bad books in my time but this book takes the cake. Giving it 1 star is giving it more credit then it deserves. I can't believe this book every got published. The writing is horrific and there is no real sense of plot. I thought with all the fame of the TV series spun from her first novel (which I wont even touch after reading this) one would think she has some talent...I was wrong.
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