A gossipy collection of short stories, which gives an interesting glimpse into the lives of a collection of individuals as those lives intersect.
Consequently, the book provides an activation of my fascination with both the nastier, judgemental sides of human nature, and the warmer, fuzzier sides of it.
His fixation on 101x1001 crippled his style, knocked the book out of rhythm and in the end made me wish it had ended about 80 pages before it actually did.
I just couldn't bring myself to like this book. The premise behind the connections between the people and strict word count for each story etc are cool but I found the stories a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Radhika Hira
Great reading for when you have only short snatches of time.Published 4 months ago by Martha Geiger
The best way to describe this book is to ask if you’ve ever played the “6 degrees of Kevin Bacon” game. Read morePublished 9 months ago by bookfanatic1979
Just finished this book which is very odd but gives one insight into some of the famous people of the past century. Easy to pick up and put down. Read a little and forget it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Janice M. Watson
This is a neat book full of great stories…It's a good book to pick up and put back down and always be satisfied!Published 10 months ago by Wooldolf
This is simply an amazing book, but it will not amuse those who don't naturally study people; those types will understandably--based upon their preferences--give the book few... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Terrence K. Nichols
No deep thoughts here, but a charming and well written book. Because of its structure, it can be alternated with other books and read a bit at a time.Published 11 months ago by Y. Jones
Hello!! This was so much fun-I laughed out loud throughout. In your wildest imaginings, you could not put together wackier or funnier combinations of celebrities, politicians,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. J. French