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on 8 February 2000
It won't tax your brain cells, but it is a highly amusing read from cover to cover. A parody (one hopes!) on the dahling world of glossy magazine publishing and associated socialites.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon 23 November 2000
There is nothing to redeem this book. It was badly written, the characters are appalling specimens of humanity and sooo predictable. The plot is lame and it has no tension. By the end of it I didn't care who got together with whom I was just glad they'd done it so they would go away.
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on 30 July 1999
Loved the 'easy to readness' of it. Just the right split of descriptive and action.
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on 5 July 2000
but not as good as Bad Heir Day. Read this first and then move on to the later one.
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on 1 August 2010
Very pleased with the condition the book was in and how quick the delivery was
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on 27 February 2000
A light summer novel, containing a complete range of emotions
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on 22 June 2000
A lot of modern writers are described as "funny", due to the fact that they write warmly, on subjects readers can relate to. This book, however, is hilarious, owing to its extremity. Its characters and situations are completely over the top, and laced with puns and perfect, easily visualisable, descriptions. Its 400-odd pages can be devoured in one sitting (preferably accompanied by dark chocolate digestives, I've found) and while highly unlikely to ever be classed as Great Literature, it's an entertaining way to pass the time on more than one occasion. I eagerly await "Bad Heir Day" to come out in paperback.
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