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The Trials of Tiffany Trott Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 1999
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Top Customer Reviews
I couldn't stop laughing at the funny situations that Tiffany had encountered. I lost count of all the men she met in the story, but it was funny that it seemed as though she only attracted dysfunctional men. Or was she the dysfunctional one? There were some incredibly memorable moments in this novel. I loved it when she said, "Actually, I didn't say that at all..." I mean, let's face it. We don't always say what's really on our minds. She was very witty and clever and real and I could definitely identify with her character. Also, I loved the backdrop of London's public transportation. It really made me feel as though I was there with her. Are you looking for an intelligent and hilarious read? Look no further. The Trials of Tiffany Trott is an unpredictable, hilarious and Seriously Successful novel that will keep you turning the pages. A definite must read!
I have never read any of Isabel Wolff's books and this one fits the modern, dating woman to a tee. Most women I know have dated guys only to groan that they will never find Mr. Right. I can relate to Tiffany as she sees her friends pair off ~~ after which she has helped interfere in some way to bring those people together. Tiffany is an outrageous but lovable character.
If you are blue or married but thinking the relationship is so staid, pick up this book. I guarantee that you will be thanking your lucky stars that you're not on a hunt for Mr. Right. However, if you are single, you can totally relate to Tiffany and how she has to go through all the Mr. Wrongs before she found love. Realistically, not all of us have dates every week nor have a job where our hours aren't set, but it's a fun book to read.
I highly recommend The Trials of Tiffany Trott.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved it! And it's now one of the few keepers in my whittled down inventory.Published 5 months ago by Omeeta Jaggernath
Different! It had some elements of a picaresque novel - e.g. the episodic nature of the narrative and the satirical wit - although obviously not others. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Archipelago
Excellent writer, great plot, funny dialogue and super characters. Wish I had discovered this writer earlier but I am making up for lost time..Published 14 months ago by Elisabeth Van Impe
I love this book. It is very, very funny. The scene in the office of the matchmaker is a particular favourite.Published 15 months ago by Picky traveler
I normally love Isabel Wolff and I have purchased quite a lot of her books but this book was rubbish. Mostly because I really disliked Tiffany Trott. Read morePublished on September 13, 2013 by Nadia Wagner
This was my travel book for many years. It went on the train with me from the Great Lakes to Montana and down to Tx. Why no sequel?? Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by Wendy w
I read this ten years ago when it first came into paperback, gave away my copy and have regretted it every since. This book is just so funny. Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by Janster
After a string of failed relationships (including one with the philandering Philip and Laura-Ashley-wearing Alex), all Tiffany Trott wants to find is an... Read morePublished on November 13, 2011 by Mimbelina
In this day and age, very appropriate, but it was a good story that still has me scared a few years later.Published on February 21, 2007 by M. Agbowo