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Spoiled socialite Babe Walker is back in the follow-up to the faux memoir, White Girl Problems (2012). Babe’s stint in rehab hasn’t quelled her narcissism, and soon after returning to her father’s Bel Air mansion, Babe’s self-destructive alter ego, Babette, returns. She’s feuding with her two best friends and acting crazy around her ex-boyfriend, Robert. After becoming the target of a stalker who leaves threatening messages in black lipstick, Babe decides to trade her worries in L.A. for a European adventure. She shops and parties her way through Paris, Mykonos, Amsterdam, and Switzerland, until another meltdown brings her to New York City and, finally, her estranged mother’s farm in upstate New York. A few implausible twists reveal Babe’s stalker and reunite her with Robert. Babe’s wildly popular Twitter persona, blog, and books are the creation of three actor-writer friends who use their creation’s ludicrous observations and exploits to skewer the shallow ultrarich. --Aleksandra Walker
“Babe Walker just gets me, which is really embarrassing. For me.” (Ashley Benson)
"Babe Walker makes me want to be a better person." (Elizabeth Banks)
"A book so full of toxicity that I needed to see a healer when I was finished." (Jake Shears)
“Refreshingly egotistical…pithy, entertaining.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“Babe’s wildly popular Twitter persona, blog, and books are the creation of three actor-writer friends who use their creation’s ludicrous observations and exploits to skewer the shallow ultra rich.” (Booklist)
“Her laugh-out-loud antics will leave you wanting even more.” (PEOPLE Magazine)
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It is a look at the life of a ridiculously, self-absorbed, mentally unstable but very affluent and wealthy woman. It begins as she is just released from rehab (from shopping). It spans her next struggle to fit back in to her world of wealth and listen "when the universe is speaking to her". She attempts to find love, life and herself while struggling with mental illness (although she doesn't know) and the ability to buy herself out of any situation.
It is mesmerizing to think that people can actually live so differently by just having access to unlimited funds. BUT, Babe Walker is hilarious, and the book is light hearted and will make you laugh, smile and feel good about yourself.
Even though Babe Walker is not necessarily relatable to the general public who is reading this book, with her $$ and lifestyle... You can't help but enjoy her personality and thought process for things. She is honest and hilarious. I kind of want to be here sometimes. Her stories and lessons are something I felt like I could relate with. Friend issues, boy issues and finding yourself.
I would recommend to any girl/woman (I'm 27) who considers herself to kind of want a glamorous lifestyle and who knows that you will probably never reach Babe Walker status. Someone who can appreciate the humor in everyday real-life-girl/women-growing realities (is that even a thing?) But you get what I mean. Enjoy!
Read White Girl Problems and was very curious what would happen in Babe's life next. Not disappointed.
After this I read Dirty Rush, which was recommended by Babe Walker, also a great read and not the stereotypical sorority story, OBVIOUSLY Babe suggested it for a good reason.