From Publishers Weekly
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Hahaha I hate this book! I don't know why I even tried reading it after trying to read Julie and Julia. It's awful.Published 8 days ago by Boom
Poorly-written book by a self-absorbed person who has no problem unmasking herself as amoral and her husband as pathetic. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Reader
Julie Powell is an engaging writer. She's also a pretty horrible human being, but she is a great writer.Published 4 months ago by Susan E. Schuler
Other people on here have written better and more in-depth reviews than I could come up with Read those, they are spot on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Firefly
I have rarely read a book so disgusting. I am embarrassed for her husband, family and boyfriends who find themselves on these pages.Published 5 months ago by Eclectic Reader
I'm in the minority here, but this book is as raw as the sides of beef Julie learns to break down and as beautifully written as a crown roast topped off with those paper hat... Read morePublished 7 months ago by DC Gal
Negative reviewers: Are you freaking kidding me? Wow, judgey judgey people out there. How can you hate Julie Powell? Read morePublished 13 months ago by Donna Schorer