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It felt like watching a movie you usually watch when there’s nothing else on TV. Dec 26, Who wouldn’t want a job that allows one to party for a living? Bette’s chance meeting with bouncer and up-and-coming chef Sammy Stevens results in a budding romance, though Bette isn’t quite sure that Sammy measures up to her ideal man, the hero of her favorite romance novel.
Must redeem within 90 days. Share your thoughts with other customers. Definitely a fun chick lit read! This novel contains none of the poor grammar or flimsy plot structures you would find in Sex and the City the novel – loved the series or The Nanny Diaries saw this movie last night and it was a hundred times better than the weak novel.
Although, surprisingly I found it very good, a little long at some points but otherwise enjoyable. Okay, I’m a sucker for even a halfway decent love-story, despite the annoying things I already mentioned. One of the worst books I’ve ever read. This book was very inconclusive on a few things. Bette’s pathological need to incur their disapproval i.
Everyone Worth Knowing is a book which has been lying in a corner of my shelves for many years.
Everyone Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger
Bette is surprisingly successful at her new job, even as she’s constantly complaining about “the ridiculousness of what we were doing”—i.
I’m assuming that Weisberger has the shortest memory in history, and her publisher also suffers from the same affliction. Open Preview See a Problem? See all reviews.
Did I just read the same book over again!? This fits the bill nicely. In the end, Bette is in the same place she was at the beginning of the book. Refresh and try again.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Unlike its predecessor, however, the novel depicts far more decadent knnowing from its wealthy elite, including casual sexthe frequent use of various illegal drugs and women starving themselves to the point that they frequently pass out from sheer hunger.
Try it yourself is the only sensible conclusion here.
I’ve carted it around with me on several trips, and I finally got to it on a recent trip to St. I find that I will listen to books that I don’t necessarily want to read.
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Jul 12, Beth rated it liked it. Nov 30, Katie Tingle rated it liked it Shelves: In fact, I bet a tonne of the dialogue is the same too.
I don’t care about this stuff at all anymore and it really just seems trivial and pointless to read about it. Then there’s Sammy, the cook-bouncer-aspiring restaurateur.
I was very disappointed to find that theme the focus of Weisberger’s second book.
Everyone Worth Knowing
Maybe weisbeger lit is not made for me. I can’t believe the author ripped off her own book like that! Phil and entertaining her dog Millington Here’s how they put it on Amazon. Weisberger’s bestselling The Devil Wears Prada hinged on a similar fish-out-of-water scenario, and while it may have worked then, this time around it feels like a rehash. Phil and entertaining her dog Millington, Bette’s uncle scores her a job at an up-and-coming public wofth firm, where her entire job seems to revolve around staying out late partying and providing fodder for clandestine gossip columns.
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The author seems to feel that good people never put work first. Similar in many ways to her bestselling debut, The Devil Wears Pradait did not, however, sell as well. East Dane Worhh Men’s Fashion. Text messaging was new and you got that first text and weren’t even sure ho I really hope the author stops writing books soon so I can stop reading them. A really disappointing read.