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Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns by [Weisberger, Lauren]
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‘This entertaining read has all the pace, glamour and bitchy dialogue of the original’ Sunday Mirror

‘Sparkling with Sex and the City-style glamour, this entertaining sequel comes a decade after the debut novel which became a smash-hit film’ Hello

About the Author

Lauren Weisberger is the New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada, which was published in forty languages and made into a major motion picture starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. Weisberger’s four other novels, Everyone Worth Knowing, Chasing Harry Winston, Last Night at Chateau Marmont, and Revenge Wears Prada, were all top-ten New York Times bestsellers. Her latest novel is The Singles Game. Her books have sold more than 13 million copies worldwide. A graduate of Cornell University, she lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children. Visit LaurenWeisberger.com to learn more.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2434 KB
  • Print Length: 433 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Reprint edition (June 4, 2013)
  • Publication Date: June 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A285UVY
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,646 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
No one would ever mistake "The Devil Wears Prada" for fine literature, but it was entertaining. Spoiled, entitled twenty something discovers that it's necessary to work hard to get what you want, while spoiled, entitled rich boss woman sees to it that she does work hard carrying out over the top ridiculous tasks. Whining ensues. The whining was kind of hard to take, but it was still fun to watch Andrea constantly have to jump through hoops to please Miranda, figuring that a year of this would be enough paying of dues to get her the prestigious editorial job she thought she deserved. The first book was such a success that I was kind of expecting a rehash of it for the sequel - but an entertaining rehash! That's not what I got.

First of all, unlike the first-person "Devil," "Revenge" is written in third person, which is a bizarre choice that makes it seem very removed from the original book. I never quite felt as if I was reading about the same characters. The story itself is... well, not much. Really. I mean, NOTHING happens. It's ten years later and Andrea (now known as "Andy"), who spent the entirety of "Devil" looking down her nose at anything having to do with fashion is now the proud editor and co-founder of... a bridal magazine. Yeah. She still giggles adorably about how clueless she is about fashion, but just as in the first book, not a single character enters a scene without a lengthy description of their wardrobe - complete with the appropriate contempt directed at anyone who dares wear clogs or pantsuits. And she also manages to create and run an utterly too-too high fashion magazine.
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This book reads like a conversation I might have with my three year-old. "And this this happened, and then this happened, and then this happened . . . and then . . " One giant, run-on sentence. I haven't even finished it and I probably won't because there are too many other good books out there.

Don't get me wrong, I wasn't expecting Moby Dick here. But this book has no central plot. Is it about Andy's marriage? Is it about her work? Her pregnancy? Her friends? And somebody else mentioned in a review the author's penchant for referring to Andy and Emily as "girls." Now, I'm no real expert here but as a 34 year-old WOMAN myself I'm fairly certain that I'm well past the "girl" designation. I notice that the author doesn't refer to Andy's husband as a "boy." That gets my goat.

It's a shame but while The Devil Wears Prada won't go down in the annals of Great American Literature, it was engaging and fun and moderately well-written. This seems like such a half-ditch attempt--and at so many years after the original, that's a little weird to me. Makes me think the first book was really a one-hit wonder.

Skip it, "girls." It's not worth it.
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The Devil Wears Prada was one of my favorite beach/airplane reads. It dripped diamonds in its detail, warmed your heart in its witticisms, and made you cheer when Andy finally told Miranda to....well, we all know what was said.

I was excited and hopeful to crack open Revenge Wears Prada. I shouldn't have wasted my money.

Two words: movie sequel.

From the very first chapter of "Revenge Wears Prada" it was clear that the detail, witticisms and warmth that carried Weisberger's weak writing in the Devil Wears Prada, were gone. Instead Andy turns in to a whining sad sack, one that treats her spouse and friends so badly she is no long sympathetic. Instead, Andy very clearly needs therapy, as she is still having night terrors about Miranda Priestly 10 years later. Weisberger tries desperately to make Andy the heroine, but instead you find yourself wondering why in the world she cannot see what everyone else around her sees. Add in the casual and callous way that Andy treats her husband, the unforgiving nature, the obsession, and embarrassment and what you really have is a book that clearly shouts "I wrote this so I can make money off the screenplay". I only hope Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep are unavailable lest "Revenge" rubs off some of their shine as well.
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Format: Hardcover
I could hardly contain my excitement when, a few days before leaving on a 14 hour road trip, 'Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns' was released just in time for me to buy the audio version and hit the road. This book, I figured, was the one where Andrea would finally grow a pair, stand up for herself and face her nemesis head on. An hour into the book I was having visions of grabbing Andie by the throat, pushing her against a wall and slapping her silly! It is beyond me how a woman that now has a fabulous new career venture, a handsome shiny new husband, a chubby-cheeked brat...er, daughter...can find so much to whine about. And whine. And whine. By hour number four I was frantically searching for a Cracker Barrel so I could trade all this angst in for something I could listen to without screaming at my CD player.

Since my hopes were high that the story would get better, I soldiered on and continued listening. I suppressed my gag reflex multiple times through descriptions of puking, pooping, breast feeding, childbirth details and continued whining from Andie and her new mommy friends. I had to check the CD jacket to make sure I hadn't picked up something by Dr. Spock. Honestly, if I ever did want kids this part of the book would quell any urges that might come my way!

Did the story get better? Nope! Did I want to drive off a cliff by the end of my 14 hour drive? Yep!

Do yourself a big favor and wait for the movie sequel...after it goes to DVD and is really cheap to rent.
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