Create your own shelf sign up

Together we find better books

[−]
  • Search Conteggio caratteri ISBN valido ISBN non valido Codice a barre valido Codice a barre non valido loading search

Everyone Worth Knowing

By

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

3.3
(1208)

Language:English | Number of Pages: 352 | Format: Paperback | In other languages: (other languages) Italian

Isbn-10: 0007182651 | Isbn-13: 9780007182657 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Hardcover , Audio CD , Audio Cassette , Mass Market Paperback , Others , eBook

Category: Fiction & Literature , Humor , Romance

Do you like Everyone Worth Knowing ?
Join aNobii to see if your friends read it, and discover similar books!

Sign up for free
Book Description
From the bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada comes a no-holds barred expose of the world of the Manhattan super-rich. Bette gets paid to party ! Well, to plan them, anyway. And she can hardly believe her luck. Running with celebs, gaining VIP access to Manhattan's hottest spots and meeting 'everyone worth knowing' is a million miles away from her old banking job. Overnight, New York has become her sexy late-night playground. But quicker than you can say Birkin bag, Bette turns up in the gossip columns as girlfriend to a notorious British playboy. It's news to her -- but news that delights her publicity-hungry new boss. Her family and old friends, however, think it's not very Bette. What happened to the girl they know and love -- who always had time for romantic novels, 80s music and junk food, not to mention them? As her new and old worlds threaten to collide, can Bette say goodbye to the glamour and the Gucci, the parties and the Prada, and step back into the real world -- and find a prince who's got a heart to match his charm?
Sorting by
  • 2

    Mamma mia che disastro! Un libro veramente noioso, senza verve, prevedibilissimo con una trama inconsistente. Ho dato due stelle perché ci vuole del genio a scrivere una cosa così pessima e farsela anche pubblicare....

    said on 

  • 2

    ...il diavolo alla riscossa fa flop.

    E' un libero allegro. Non servono tante parole da spendere per descriverlo. Poco interessante, scontato e prevedibile. Un falsa emulazione de "Il diavolo veste Prada". Per passare il tempo si trova qualcosa di meglio da leggere.

    said on 

Sorting by