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Book Lover PDF Epub Book Lover Author Jennifer Kaufman Thomashillier.co.uk Some Women Shop Some Eat Dora Cures The Blues By Bingeing On Books Reading One After Another, From Flaubert To Bodice Rippers, For Hours And Days On End In This Wickedly Funny And Sexy Literary Debut, We Meet The Beguiling, Beautiful Dora, Whose Unique Voice Combines A Wry Wit And Vulnerability As She Navigates The Road Between Reality And Fiction.Dora, Named After Eudora Welty, Is An Indiscriminate Book Junkie Whose Life Has Fallen Apart Her Career, Her Marriage, And Finally Her Self Esteem All She Has Left Is Her Love Of Literature, And The Book Benders She Relied On As A Child Ever Since Her Larger Than Life Father Wandered Away And Her Book Loving, Alcoholic Mother Was Left With Two Young Daughters, Dora And Her Sister, Virginia, Have Clung To Each Other, Enduring A Childhood Filled With Literary Pilgrimages Instead Of Summer Vacations Somewhere Along The Way Virginia Made The Leap Into The Real World But Dora Isn T Quite There Yet Now She S Coping With A Painful Separation From Her Husband, Scraping The Bottom Of A Dwindling Inheritance, And Attracted To A Seductive Book Seller Who Seems To Embody All That Literature Has To Offer Intelligent Ideas, Romance, And An Escape From Her Problems Joining Dora In Her Odyssey Is An Elderly Society Hair Brusher, A Heartbroken Young Girl, A Hilarious Off The Wall Female Teamster, And Dora S Mother, Now On The Wagon, Trying To Make Amends Along The Way Dora Faces Some Powerful Choices Between Two Irresistible Men Between Idleness And Work And Most Of All Between The Joy Of Well Chosen Words And The Untidiness Of Real People And Real Life From The Hardcover Edition.

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10 thoughts on “Book Lover

  1. says:

    I bought this book because I recently discovered that I enjoy chicklit It looked promising a woman who likes reading, and hides in reading binges when she is low It was bad.I kept reading it, trying to find when the heroine becomes likeable She likes pizza, she enjoys buying books, her favourite shop is a book shop But no She doesn t become likeable.She is a snob She s bia

  2. says:

    When life gets rough some girls shop, some girls drink, some get chatty with their girlfriends, and some girls do all of the above, and also grab a stack of novels and soak in the tub until their toes turn to raisins I ve been known to turn to a narrative or two when real life gets overwhelming, so I thought this title might be a nice way to ease myself in slowly to the world of ch

  3. says:

    what the fuck this book started out pretty good and then just completely fizzled then ending is absolutely ridiculous the main character sells out the love interest falls into an plot scenario that has been written way too many times i was so disappointed by this book i had to go out and buy several others just to make up for my lapse in judgement in buying this one.in fact, i am now writin

  4. says:

    Books about book lovers always seem a bit tricky to me book lovers aren t necessarily readers and vice versa, and what do those terms mean anyway etc And if your book lover heroine doesn t enjoy the same sort of books or have the same attitude to them as the reader, then what I found the title character s frankly snobbish attitude to books annoying, though I envied her articulateness It probably say

  5. says:

    Ugg Awful I did like the quotations at the beginning of each chapter, and the all the literary references, but the writing finally won out I find it unimaginable that the authors yes, there are two authors have read anywhere near the books they allude to their character having read in the book It s almost like they just went to the quotations page and plugged in, quotes about reading and books to gain their

  6. says:

    This book took me forever to readliterally almost a yearmostly because it was so annoying, I kept putting it down and starting other books and only reading it when I was done with my new books and before I d find somethinginteresting to read It was often incredibly ignorant too and very narrowly indicitive of the women who wrote it Long story short, the last 1 3 of the book was pretty good and I enjoyed FINISHING it

  7. says:

    Ok, I only read the first few chapters, but that s all I needed to read to determine this was a trite, snotty, manifesto of the stereotypical L.A mentality Now, the authors may have been shooting for this in an ironic, tongue in cheek mannerbut it fell flat for me And for some it could ve b...

  8. says:

    Sigh I had such high hopes for this book I got it because I was intrigued by the idea of a character who used books an escape from real life I expected some thoughtful explorations of that topic from someone who l...

  9. says:

    If you actually like reading real literature, this is one of those books that you re slightly embarassed to admit that you ve read It s okay I d classify it as even slightly trashy it goes quickly, I would only recommend it if you need a little relief after a really intense novel, or you enjoy reading stories about the superficial L.A living of spoiled women I m only on page 100 and I m already anxious for it to end it kind of feels like when

  10. says:

    I collect new books the way my girlfriends buy designer handbags Despite a main character who could be construed as a kindred spirit, this book disappointed me The blurb on the back described the plot as that of a woman who deals with the problems of her life by going on a book reading binge Okay Excellent strategy And the authors Why are there two Two authors concerns me tossed into the story every wonderful book title, every wonderful book quote, eve

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