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** 'Bushnell's unparalleled ability to capture type borders in uncanny; the perceptiveness of David Attenborough studying a rare bird... Bushnell is clearly a master observer: no details evades, from the trapping of her protagonist s' world to their hopes and dreams (Sarah Maslin Nir, THE TIMES)
** 'Bushnell writes like a dream (Henry Sutton, Book of the Week, DAILY MIRROR)
** 'It's a shining example of accurately observed social commentary...she has matured as a writer, making it her mission to expose the warped materialism that life in the fast lane breeds, turning decent people into twisted, label-obsessed caricatures. It's all served up with a dose of devilishly dark humour, which makes us blissfully unaware we're being preached to. A hugely entertaining yarn with fascinating, and at times repellent, characters (Serena Kutchinsky, TIME OUT)
** 'Full of her usual keen-eyed observations of New York neuroses (VOGUE UK)
* Acutely observed and mercilessly witty, One Fifth Avenue is a modern-day story of old and new money, of sexual politics, real estate theft and fortunes won and lost in a day. Brilliant and original, no one can capture New York quite like Candace Bushnell.See all Product Description
I really didn't like this book. The pace was very slow, the characters flat.. I had a hard time finishing this book.Published on 25 July 2011 by Kim Zwolle
One of Candace Bushnell better books. It made me want to be in New York and be a part of the glamour. Not much happens in it though.Published on 6 Mar. 2011 by BookObsessive
Absolutely fantastic. I love the storyline, the group of characters and as a MASSIVE fan of NYC, it was just perfect. I'm a huge fan of SATC and Lipstick Jungle (bring it back!!! Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2010 by K. Rogers
Utterly divine! Wonderfully fabulous...
One Fifth Avenue is a novel as good as the Avenue itself. No one beats Candace Bushnell when it comes to describing New York. Read more
This is the first book of this author that I have read. It took a while to get in to it but when I did (about half way through) it seemed to flow quie nicely. Read morePublished on 30 Aug. 2009 by TeePee
I didnt like SATC the book (love the series), so was a bit unsure when my pal lent me this to read - thoroughly enjoyed it, and am going to read others. Read morePublished on 9 July 2009 by Walshylass