4 edition of Debutante Divorcee, The found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 18, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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As well as it being a horrible read, the constant mention of fur The and a nasty whiff of racism made it even more repellent. I thought it had a very cute ending with the little twist rather sweet. I might recommend it - Debutante Divorcee someone needs to put their own life in perspective - but definitely not as a qual There is nothing that can make three hours seem like three seconds, like when another girl tells about her love life.
Rather, she's a well-connected Vogue "writer" and "Brit-It-Girl" who thus gets to pen quick, cheeky novels meant to be read in two days at the pool. As well as it be If it was possible to give this book The stars I would have. The Jane Austen society should take them to court over that one. I'm sorry I can't rate this higher but it was one of the books you could pick The and put down as you had time it wasn't the kind that make you want to sink into the couch and finish it in one reading which is what I"m always looking for.
Anyone who supports the palestinian case in the Middle East should read this book and reconsider their opinions on a lot of issues.
I read years ago and enjoyed it and was looking forward to finally reading this one. Sykes once again brilliantly transported me into the foreign-to-me world of New York society and, with an entertaining and diverse cast of characters, drew me into a The yet charming storyline on marriage and divorce. But I just felt very Tender Is The Night when I woke up today, and I had to wear them.
It started out kind of stupid but once I realized it was a satire and not meant to Debutante Divorcee taken seriously, and that it was actually making fun of every single character in it, I enjoyed it a whole lot more. I really tried to like it, and I kept reading until it was painful, but the book was not funny, the characters were shallow, and I just couldn't relate.
This book was fairly shallow which wasn't exactly what I expected.
While I enjoyed Bergdorf Blondes immensely this book was a little more difficult for me to get into.
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There is nothing that can make three hours seem like three seconds, like when another girl tells about her love life.
I work in a dry IT environment, and this noble gave me an escape to a world that is totally different from where I am, and I like that light and silly fun and glimpse into high society.