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The Trials of Tiffany Trott Paperback – 1 Oct 2008
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‘I absolutely, genuinely loved The Trials of Tiffany Trott. It’s quite a while since I enjoyed a book this much. To be frank I wish I’d written it myself. It’s funny, charming, upbeat and unputdownable. Acutely observed and so well written. I was completely diverted and entertained. It deserves to do fantastically well.’
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AN ENGAGING FIRST NOVEL THAT TAKES A HUMOROUS LOOK AT THE EVER-GROWING SINGLES SCENE, AND THE DILEMMA OF SUCCESSFUL THIRTY-SOMETHING WOMEN TRYING AND OFTEN FAILING TO 'HAVE IT ALL.'
Tiffany Trott is attractive, eligible and sparky – so why is she ( as her bossy best friend puts it) a 'complete failure with men'? Stung into indignant action, she decides she’ll hunt down Mr Right herself – or even Mr All Right, who's got to be better than the Mr Catastrophics who litter her recent past. So begins Tiffany's eventful odyssey through the Love Jungle. From blindingly bland dates to introduction agencies, small ads and Club Med, Tiffany tries the lot in her quest for a mate. But as she ponders her puzzling lack of a life partner, Tiffany watches her friend face problems of their own – and begins to wonder whether marriage and motherhood is quite what she wants after all . . . .--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. See all Product description
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Tiffanny Trott is one of those splendidly, belly achingly funny reads because it is so true to life. Ms Trott is riddled with the desperation, and self-deprecating attitudes of the many clients who consult me because they can't find a man. Most of my female 30-something-there-are-no-men-out-there friends have had dalliances with men that bear a frightening resemblance to Wolff's male characters.
I suspect that Isabel Wolff has done some serious research on this subject if not experienced many of the situations herself in some roundabout way.
Reading this book was like spending quality time with those friends you constantly seek out because they are so amusing. The last author who had that affect on me was Tom Sharpe.
I absolutely loved the 'real thought/actual statement' style that Wolff uses. Tiffany comes out with outrageously funny and cuttingly true comments about people [the kind of things one thinks but dares not say] and just as the reader is shocked by her foot-in-mouth attitude, it is followed by the words 'I didn't really say that' and a completely bland statement of the sort one is expected to say but isn't in any way true. You know, when you look at someone's outfit and think they must have found it in a skip, but when asked to comment say something boringly polite like 'how very stylish, dahling'.
Read this book on holiday, or before you go to sleep - it's guaranteed to put a big smile on your face and what can be better than that.
In truth I found it much funnier and more true to life than Bridget Jones [which seemed that little bit too unreal for me to believe]. I hope someone's had the sense to snap up the film rights.
Surprisingly, my boyfriend, whose reading generally consists of motorcycle magazines and more motorcycle magazines couldn't put the book down. He's started on Minty Malone already and I'm beginning to find the bed shaking laughter a little irritating!!! But I suppose it's my fault for buying it for him! My only concern is that I'm going to read the books quicker than Ms Wolff can write them. Oh dear, I'm hooked on novels again and it's all Tiffany Trott's fault.