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Girl finally realizes job isn’t worth it.
Everyone Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger – Review | | BookPage
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: However, in the end it won with me because: Oh, give me a break.
The thing I like the most about Lauren Weisberger – in her first book, as well as this one – is that her heroines always come to the conclusion that there’s more “out there” than what they initially expected. Weisberger’s writing in this novel taught me that it is ok to simply tell an average story that readers will enjoy even if it may not be considered a literary masterpiece.
In my opinion, ‘Everyone She is shallow, self-centered and lifeless main character, who is supposedly fascinating enough for photographers to take her photos everywhere she goes, and tabloids to write bullshit about. 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 her unglamorous Murray Hill neighborhood wears as thin as the “What are you going to do with your life?
Everything is horrible about this book. Did I just read the same book over again!? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. They get to the restaurant and it turns out it’s a party for Bette with everyone there. Last Night at Chateau Marmont: Read more Read less. Everyone Worth Knowing is a book which has been lying in a corner of my shelves for many years.
A really disappointing read. I feel like I need to give this review in the context of its predecessor “The Devil Wears Prada,” which was good.
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But Bette isn’t so sure that her relationship with Philip is any more substantial than their nights of photo ops.
I found I was having to force myself to continue reading after the first three chapter, because the book help no appeal. I don’t really know to be honest.
Apr 08, Christie rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book was one of them. I everypne you to want me. They go to turkey for New Years for a job, however, Sammy goes as he works for Isabelle, Who is just this person.
The interplay of the conflicting demands of job, friends, family, and self is more nuanced.
Well meaning girl gets caught dveryone in glamor lifestyle – Has a melt down – repents – gets love. She works at a banking company, but hates it so much she up and quits Her uncle Will is a tabloid worker and makes a few calls to his old assistant Kellie who just happens to own her own party company. Bette breaks up with boyfriend, and then is stuck with a dog that is basically allergic to everything out there Bette also happens to be allergic to dogs but is okay with this one?
If nothing would be said about this matter if it ever came to light then why would Philip bother to do all of that theater play? Bette is reasonably sympathetic, and the reader can see how she’s sucked into a vortex of superficiality.
ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. This book delivers it all: To view it, click here. Because of this I’m only giving it three stars. Jessica Langlois Review Date: Leave A Comment Cancel reply Dveryone. It’s just a standard fictional book about random people in …more I have weizberger specific knowledge of this lauden life, but there is no suspense in this story.
What follows is one episode after another of Bette climbing up lwuren social ladder at the expense of her friends, family, and the one guy who actually seems worth pursuing.
Classic beach read stuff! Weisberger’s book definitely accomplished that for me. I just don’t This book was doomed from the start, it was the same typical “girl has lousy job, almost always a banking job Girl has family member that can hook her up with a “better” job, girl has no backbone whatsoever, ETC