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This kind of thing is delicious fun to read about, though not as well written as its obvious antecedent, The Nanny Diaries. And therein lies the essential problem of the book. Andrea's goal in life is to work for The New Yorker--she's only sticking it out with Miranda for a job recommendation. But author Weisberger is such an inept, ungrammatical writer, you're positively rooting for her fictional alter ego not to get anywhere near The New Yorker. Still, Weisberger has certainly one-upped Me Times Three author Alex Witchel, whose magazine-world novel never gave us the inside dope that was the book's whole raison d' etre. For the most part, The Devil Wears Prada focuses on the outrageous Miranda Priestly, and she's an irresistible spectacle. --Claire Dederer --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I liked the book. She seemed more harried in the movie, but haste is a visual sense.Published 7 days ago by curtis e. jackson
Great book!Good luke!Gallery!
Вог it is successful why?
"A devil in Prado".
I will tell.
Combination of haute couture. Read more
Anybody who has ever had a monster boss will appreciate this book. You may be surprised how much of that person's personality emerges in the villainous editrix.Published 12 days ago by carnation
This book led me to be a ravenous reader and I devoured each page more quickly than if I had spilled my martini and needed to make a new one stat! I thoroughly enjoyed this book.Published 15 days ago by Consistent Style Changer
Even though some might think the title suggests otherwise, The Devil Wears Prada feels like a thriller genre novel. Read morePublished 17 days ago by David M. Golembiowski
An entertaining over-the-top part crypto-Bildungsroman, part roman-a-clef as though written by an anthropologist commissioned to observe and then thickly describe New York fashion... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Paul Frandano