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I'm So Happy for You: A novel about best friends Paperback – July 29, 2009
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But it's not just the story that grated at me. It was the book's insinuation that all female friendships are like this. According to "Happy For You," women are incapable of liking each other's company without constantly eying your companion's jewelry, home, or husband. Competition, not solidarity, is the real glue that binds females together. If this is what the author really thinks or has experienced, she has my deepest sympathy.
I thought this would be a slightly more cerebral version of "Something Borrowed" and "Something Blue" by Emily Giffin, but was wildly disappointed. Giffin's characters had redeemable qualities; Rosenfeld's do not.Read more ›
The bag of flour at the baby shower was over-the-top ridiculous and unbelievable as was Wendy's OBGYN suggesting Wendy buy some pretty underwear in order to solve her infertility problems. The sound of Daphne's voice was like nails on a chalkboard. Wendy lies, steals, is selfish, jealous, highly insecure, a slacker at work and seems ill-suited to work for a magazine such as Barricade. The expedited train wreck ending was only good in that it ended the novel. Sure wish our book group had selected that novel by Gore Vidal instead.
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This book is about a group of female best friends who are self-centered, insecure and jealous of each other. Read morePublished 5 months ago by bookworm
Great story line with witty insight into the thoughts and feelings (and jealousies) women often have in our relationships with other women.Published 6 months ago by Michele Smith
It was a little slow in the beginning but I ended up being a very good book...Published 15 months ago by Isabelle Walsh
A very accurate portrayal of "frenemy" relationships amongst women, this book is extremely relatable. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ambi Dextrous
This book was pretty good. Kind of funny in spots. The main character was a little whiney. The ending was sweet.Published 22 months ago by Lesley A Johnson
Not really the story line for avid readers. Was interesting but very basic, considered an "easy read". Read morePublished 24 months ago by Janine
Hated this one so much that I destroyed it when I finished. I usually donate books when I'm done with them but I didn't want anyone else to read this horrific book. Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by SFC
I find it very relatable & a fun & easy read!!! I loved her other book even better! Check it out!!Published on August 26, 2013 by David S. Lobel