Hey Ladies!
Based on the column of the same name that appeared in The Toast, Hey Ladies! is a laugh-out-loud read that follows a fictitious group of eight 20-and-30-something female friends for one year of holidays, summer house rentals, dates, brunches, breakups, and, of course, the planning of a disastrous wedding. This instantly relatable story is told entirely through emails, texts, DMs, and every other form of communication known to man.The women in the book are stand-ins for annoying friends that we all have. There’s Nicole, who’s always broke and tries to pay for things in Forever21 gift cards. There’s Katie, the self-important budding journalist, who thinks a retweet and a byline are the same thing. And there’s Jen, the DIY suburban bride-to-be. With a perfectly pitched sardonic tone, Hey Ladies! will have you cringing and laughing as you recognize your own friends, and even yourself.

Hey Ladies! Details

TitleHey Ladies!
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMay 1st, 2018
PublisherHarry N. Abrams
ISBN-139781419729133
Rating
GenreFiction, Humor, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit, Contemporary

Hey Ladies! Review

  • Abby Lance
    January 1, 1970
    Listen, did I hate something about every single one of these women, except Gracie, who is me, and therefore perfect? Yes. They’re all terrible people who you care about in the way you care about your family even though they’re terrible. When *spoiler* can this book even have spoilers? Ali is passed over at first to walk down the aisle even I felt bad for her and I fucking hate her and my best friends name is Ali so that should really say something. The something that it should say is that you wi Listen, did I hate something about every single one of these women, except Gracie, who is me, and therefore perfect? Yes. They’re all terrible people who you care about in the way you care about your family even though they’re terrible. When *spoiler* can this book even have spoilers? Ali is passed over at first to walk down the aisle even I felt bad for her and I fucking hate her and my best friends name is Ali so that should really say something. The something that it should say is that you will hate all these women. And you will love them because they are not real but you know them and you cherish their bullshit all the way down because they’re your women and I think that’s what this book is about, in a roundabout way. I fucking loved it.
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  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    Here's the thing: I hated this book, I thought it was obnoxious and insufferable, and hated my life while I read it. However, damn, I couldn't stop reading it. This book is the definition of a train wreck. And, like, I get that that's the point, that's it's a satirical look at groups of girlfriends, and heck, I know I've sent my share of "Hey ladies!" emails... but ye gods. I didn't find this funny or amusing or anything but annoying.The characters were all obnoxious. Again, that's the point, bu Here's the thing: I hated this book, I thought it was obnoxious and insufferable, and hated my life while I read it. However, damn, I couldn't stop reading it. This book is the definition of a train wreck. And, like, I get that that's the point, that's it's a satirical look at groups of girlfriends, and heck, I know I've sent my share of "Hey ladies!" emails... but ye gods. I didn't find this funny or amusing or anything but annoying.The characters were all obnoxious. Again, that's the point, but still. At first, it's a lot to keep track of, but thankfully, they're all stereotypical and Flanderised that you don't really need to worry about who is who, even with the large cast of characters. The plot was minimal, and any time something exciting could happen, we obviously don't get to see it because they're not going to email each other while vacationing in SoPu (Southern Portugal) or whatever. So we only get a couple emails after about what a great vacay that was, and then back to whatever drivel the ladies needed to spew. I was looking forward to a funny read, instead I think I lost a few brain cells. The only reason it gets two stars instead of one is because it was a very captivating read, in the most mindless sense possible.
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  • Ngiste
    January 1, 1970
    This is the Girls of fiction. I hate skimmed it. What could have been a funny exploration of modern female friendship was just an unending list of female caricatures. Not one character in this book was compelling or even mildly unselfish (much like girls). It was maybe satirical, but if so definitely didn’t need to be novel length. 2 Stars because i wouldn’t leap and tear this book out of someone’s hands and wouldn’t mind talking about all the ways this book was terrible with someone.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    Listen. Is this high literature? NOPE. Did I hate every single one of these characters at one point or another? YUP. (Except maybe Gracie. Also I might be her, down to the very last page. #owningit.) Was it thoroughly enjoyable and 100% bingeable and exactly what I needed over the holiday weekend? Absolutely yes. I’ve been on this email thread. YOU have been on this email thread. Markowitz and Moss do a fantastic job of satirizing the tone of the unique vortex of the mass group email and female Listen. Is this high literature? NOPE. Did I hate every single one of these characters at one point or another? YUP. (Except maybe Gracie. Also I might be her, down to the very last page. #owningit.) Was it thoroughly enjoyable and 100% bingeable and exactly what I needed over the holiday weekend? Absolutely yes. I’ve been on this email thread. YOU have been on this email thread. Markowitz and Moss do a fantastic job of satirizing the tone of the unique vortex of the mass group email and female friendships on the whole. I laughed out loud and cringed noticeably and sped through it in no time. 3 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ for content, the fourth ⭐️ for pure enjoyment.
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  • Lindsey Hresko
    January 1, 1970
    Reading this book was like watching a marathon of Real Housewives: you can do it compulsively, but you sort of feel icky about yourself during and after the whole debacle. The book was easy to finish - I read it at a sprint - but the whole experience actually made me nauseous. I get it. This is humor. Maybe even poorly executed social commentary. But while it had brief moments of being relatable, everything was portrayed on such an exaggerated scale that it was all just cringe-worthy. These wome Reading this book was like watching a marathon of Real Housewives: you can do it compulsively, but you sort of feel icky about yourself during and after the whole debacle. The book was easy to finish - I read it at a sprint - but the whole experience actually made me nauseous. I get it. This is humor. Maybe even poorly executed social commentary. But while it had brief moments of being relatable, everything was portrayed on such an exaggerated scale that it was all just cringe-worthy. These women were caricatures and were absolutely insufferable. I have no idea what the authors were trying to say, here. White girls suck? Wedding culture sucks? We know. But listen, nothing in reality sucks nearly as much as these fictitious women. These women were portrayed as vapid and self-centered, with little to no nuance or intellect. It felt like authors were using satire to develop a highly judgmental laundry list entitled "If You're A Woman and You Do This You're 'Basic' and We All Know Basic is the Worst Thing You Can Be". Believe it or not, women in their 20s/30s can opt into SoulCycle and social media while still being intelligent, motivated, and kind. Female friendships are complex but can ultimately be incredibly rewarding. The authors did us a disservice by spending 300 pages on The Bad and The Ugly, and not showing us any of The Good. It's 2018 -- can we write books about why women should be friends with each other?
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  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    This is one of the funniest and most cringe-inducing things I’ve read, maybe ever. It is utterly ridiculous and 100% based in reality. I’m going to start gifting it immediately...
  • Brooke Nuzie
    January 1, 1970
    I almost feel weird giving this book 4 stars because it’s not a “good” book. I read it in about 3 hours, and it was entertaining. I hated actually every character (except Gracie and probably Morgan), but I think because I read it fast it never became too much. In the beginning, I could see all my friends in each of the girls, but as it went on they became wayyyy too stereotypical and were less relatable. Still an overall enjoyable use of 3 hours!
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  • Jamele (BookswithJams)
    January 1, 1970
    I don’t ever remember laughing out loud as much as I did during this read. I thoroughly enjoyed these ladies and their hot mess selves. I didn’t expect the book to be in email format, but it made it so much better. Dying at the phrases after each email, because really, people do that and it’s absurd, and omg I have replied all when I didn’t mean to and had to deal with that awkwardness, but if it happens again I can just say - ‘Whatevs, I’m not sorry, I’m just speaking my truth!’ Seriously, I hi I don’t ever remember laughing out loud as much as I did during this read. I thoroughly enjoyed these ladies and their hot mess selves. I didn’t expect the book to be in email format, but it made it so much better. Dying at the phrases after each email, because really, people do that and it’s absurd, and omg I have replied all when I didn’t mean to and had to deal with that awkwardness, but if it happens again I can just say - ‘Whatevs, I’m not sorry, I’m just speaking my truth!’ Seriously, I highly recommend this as an easy read, and as a fun read to brighten your day!!
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  • Elise Fegler
    January 1, 1970
    The only redeeming part of the book was that there were some parts of NYC I recognized. Otherwise the characters were horrendous, the friendships were nothing but toxic, and I didn’t laugh once.
  • Alison
    January 1, 1970
    Like another reviewer, I stayed up way too late so I could finish this book. I was a huge fan of the Hey Ladies column at The Toast, and the book is amazing. It's absolutely hilarious, and it builds on the original column in smart and funny ways. There are text messages in here! You get introduced to Helene, one of the Ladies' moms! And there are side plots and intrigue and ... it's just wonderful. I laughed out loud repeatedly.
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  • The Book Maven
    January 1, 1970
    I cannot believe I am doing this, but here I am, doing this: I am putting this on my "Best Books of 2018" list."Why, Bookmaven?" you may ask. "Is your taste in books as bad as your taste in men?" (Spoiler alert: Duh.) I know, I know, and I am sorry! But I must honestly confess...after the first 20 pages, I couldn't put this book down (which for me is an important measure of how much I enjoy a book.) I devoured book within 16 hours of starting it, and I was working and out with friends during a l I cannot believe I am doing this, but here I am, doing this: I am putting this on my "Best Books of 2018" list."Why, Bookmaven?" you may ask. "Is your taste in books as bad as your taste in men?" (Spoiler alert: Duh.) I know, I know, and I am sorry! But I must honestly confess...after the first 20 pages, I couldn't put this book down (which for me is an important measure of how much I enjoy a book.) I devoured book within 16 hours of starting it, and I was working and out with friends during a large part of that same 16 hours. But that's not the only reason I love this book. I love it because it's awful and satirical and yet...so, so true to life. The low-down: it's the story of 8 friends and their interactions over the course of a year, as one of them prepares for her wedding and the rest spend their time navigating the preparations and their personal dramas (read: questionable life choices.) The story is told through texts and emails, and after 20 pages of powering through insipid, aspirational bullshit and recaps of ridiculously delusional interpretations of events and passive sniping, I became addicted. Why? Because all of these females are...well, all of us. Reading through the reviews here, I can surmise we all identify with Gracie, the sensible, grounded, low-key one--who will sometimes try to steer conversations towards more weighty matters like Supreme Court decisions. But the more loathsome ladies--Ali and Caitlin, I'm giving you some major side-eye here--embody many characteristics that I know, I absolutely KNOW we all occasionally share. (Seriously, Ali and to a slightly lesser extent, Caitlin, is just about the literal worst.) So, anyway, it's definitely escapist material. While it is definitely a reflection of the dynamics of a certain white cisgendered heterosexual privileged segment of the population, it's not a worthless book, by any stretch. You will laugh, and then you will promise yourself not to be an Ali. Or a Caitlin.Or a Jen.Or a Nicole. Or a Katie. Or an Ashley. Or a Morgan. (Okay, fine, Morgan is almost okay.) (Almost. I mean, she IS a hipster.)
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  • Nadja
    January 1, 1970
    FULL DISCLAIMER: I FINISHED THIS ONLY TO GIVE IT A FULL-HEARTED 1 STAR REVIEWI hated it from the beginning. It was so boring.These ladies are cold hearted bitches.And Gracie who was the only accetable turns in the epilogue to a bridzella as well. hoho what a twist. You are so funny and sarcastic ladies. NO YOU ARE NOT!! This book is not smart nor satirical. This is repetitive and stupid and EVERY character is SELFISH AS HELL and obsessed with BOYS BOYS BOYS and THEMSELVES.If you want girls girls FULL DISCLAIMER: I FINISHED THIS ONLY TO GIVE IT A FULL-HEARTED 1 STAR REVIEWI hated it from the beginning. It was so boring.These ladies are cold hearted bitches.And Gracie who was the only accetable turns in the epilogue to a bridzella as well. hoho what a twist. You are so funny and sarcastic ladies. NO YOU ARE NOT!! This book is not smart nor satirical. This is repetitive and stupid and EVERY character is SELFISH AS HELL and obsessed with BOYS BOYS BOYS and THEMSELVES.If you want girls girls girls power don't come here. You won't find it anywhere.Around the Year Challenge 2018: A book with a text only cover.
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  • Mandy
    January 1, 1970
    Quick read with a lot of under-delivered potential. Few of the characters seemed like real people and yet they also weren’t quite over the top comic enough to satisfy. There are a few great zingers but I’d love to see someone handle the awfulness of the wedding industrial complex on friendships with more empathy and a sharper eye.
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  • Kari Ann Sweeney
    January 1, 1970
    The blurb on the back of this book read, "This is the Bridget Jones's Diary of our time. By the way, Bridget Jones’s Diary is a total masterpiece.” I adore BJD - the books, the movies, the Colin. I'm here for all of it! I have a cat named Jones. So, I obviously had ridiculous expectations.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀I think it's supposed to be satire, but I could barely tolerate this book. The characters are vapid, passive aggressive and ridiculous.  I am struggling to find something positive to say besides the fa The blurb on the back of this book read, "This is the Bridget Jones's Diary of our time. By the way, Bridget Jones’s Diary is a total masterpiece.” I adore BJD - the books, the movies, the Colin. I'm here for all of it! I have a cat named Jones. So, I obviously had ridiculous expectations.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀I think it's supposed to be satire, but I could barely tolerate this book. The characters are vapid, passive aggressive and ridiculous.  I am struggling to find something positive to say besides the fact that I dig the font treatment on the cover.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀I am clearly 15 years too old to appreciate this book. I've already had the BJD of MY time. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  • Tamara
    January 1, 1970
    Hey Ladies!!When The Toast folded I didn't think I would ever again get my fix of these amazing email threads. When I read Caroline Moss and Michelle Markowitz were coming out with a whole freaking book of Ali, Jen, Gracie, and co., I was elated.These emails are way too relatable and I hate the bit of me I see in many of these girls. (I like to think I'm a Gracie with a dash of Morgan, but real talk, I'm probably a Katie.)Hey Ladies! is laugh-out-loud funny. Our girls exchange emails and texts o Hey Ladies!!When The Toast folded I didn't think I would ever again get my fix of these amazing email threads. When I read Caroline Moss and Michelle Markowitz were coming out with a whole freaking book of Ali, Jen, Gracie, and co., I was elated.These emails are way too relatable and I hate the bit of me I see in many of these girls. (I like to think I'm a Gracie with a dash of Morgan, but real talk, I'm probably a Katie.)Hey Ladies! is laugh-out-loud funny. Our girls exchange emails and texts over a year as they plan Jen's wedding and the attendant bridal showers, bachelorettes, hashtags, (#EternalBJ) etc. Along the way, the girls go to Virginia, the Hamptons, SoPu (aka South Portugal), and even venture to far-flung Brooklyn (once). They spend a shit ton of money, do a lot of SoulCycle, and worry about dudes way too much. Ah, your twenties.Xo,Tamara______________________________"This book was so freaking funny and I really hope the epilogue is setting us up for a sequel," - Me, after finishing Hey Ladies!
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  • April
    January 1, 1970
    Holy crap. I can't remember the last time a book made me laugh so much. I'm genuinely excited for friends to get engaged so I can buy them this book. Also, considering the ending, there better be a sequel.
  • Holly
    January 1, 1970
    I feel like I’m most like Gracie but my personal fear is that I’m really most like Ali. And that is the brilliance of this book. That I can see parts of myself in each of these women, while swearing I’m nothing like any of them.
  • Cait
    January 1, 1970
    This was so good that as soon as I hit March, I was seriously considering getting a bus to the Anaheim Barnes and Noble so I could buy a physical copy (read an ebook from my library)
  • Allison
    January 1, 1970
    Literally screamed at the end. Gracie!!!
  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    Sometimes a book just hits me at the right time and that was the case with, Hey Ladies! This is one of those books that you will either love or hate because the eight women are completely self-absorbed. I was able to put that aside though and just enjoy the hilarity of the all-too-real challenges of female friendships.The entire book is in email format with a few text threads and hilarious illustrations woven in and the correspondence mostly centers around the planning of one of the gal's weddin Sometimes a book just hits me at the right time and that was the case with, Hey Ladies! This is one of those books that you will either love or hate because the eight women are completely self-absorbed. I was able to put that aside though and just enjoy the hilarity of the all-too-real challenges of female friendships.The entire book is in email format with a few text threads and hilarious illustrations woven in and the correspondence mostly centers around the planning of one of the gal's weddings (and all the ridiculous requests that entails). You follow these friends through their correspondence throughout the year as they write back and forth to one another through dates, breakups, vacations, and the hellish wedding planning.I feel like the writers purposely exaggerate their annoying behavior, yet, you will still find these annoyances relatable on smaller scales with the difficulties of having a large group of friends.The email sign-offs and correspondences were so funny that I started sending screenshots to my husband.Is this book life-changing?Nope.Is it a hilarious escape?Yes.I loved it from start to finish really hope there is a sequel when these women have kids and have to start thinking about someone besides themselves.Just as a side note, if you are Kindle reader, it is best served up through the app on a Fire or on your iPad because of the illustrations! I found the pictures were really small, but can be clicked to expand and opened into a new window through my Kindle app.
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  • Jack Parker
    January 1, 1970
    Je veux effacer ce livre de ma mémoire pour pouvoir avoir le plaisir de le relire et le redécouvrir ad vitam aeternam. J’ai tellement ri et j’ai tellement eu envie d’enfoncer la tête d’Ali dans une grosse poubelle, c’était si bon.
  • Joy Eckert
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this book! I laughed out loud several times while reading this in public, although it is best enjoyed in bed with wine. The humor is so specific. The layout and graphics are beautiful. This was such a fun read!
  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    Hey ladies,Wow. This book was intense and obnoxious and hilarious and made me cringe far too often. These characters were way too much to handle.... Except Gracie, because she is me and I feel like 85% of us readers can relate to her best. This is because she’s not 100% bat-$hit crazy like the rest of the gal group 😝 we all want to feel like we are not lunatics, but in actuality, we are more Ali, Jen and Nicole-esque than we think are. I’m just speaking my truth here. Was I the only one who pict Hey ladies,Wow. This book was intense and obnoxious and hilarious and made me cringe far too often. These characters were way too much to handle.... Except Gracie, because she is me and I feel like 85% of us readers can relate to her best. This is because she’s not 100% bat-$hit crazy like the rest of the gal group 😝 we all want to feel like we are not lunatics, but in actuality, we are more Ali, Jen and Nicole-esque than we think are. I’m just speaking my truth here. Was I the only one who pictured Ke$ha as Nicole while reading her hot mess of a life? No, just me? LMK by EOD.XoElizabeth————————“what the heck did I just read?!” - me after finishing Hey Ladies!
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  • ester
    January 1, 1970
    I laughed so much over this book on the subway that a dude next to me asked what I was reading. "It's a satire about female friendships," I told him. "It perfectly captures how obsessive and fraught and even smothering they can be, and also how important they are, and it's all done through emails and texts over a year while these eight friends are planning one friend's wedding." "OMG," he said, taking a picture of the cover, "that sounds great. I'll have to get it for my girlfriend. She'll love I laughed so much over this book on the subway that a dude next to me asked what I was reading. "It's a satire about female friendships," I told him. "It perfectly captures how obsessive and fraught and even smothering they can be, and also how important they are, and it's all done through emails and texts over a year while these eight friends are planning one friend's wedding." "OMG," he said, taking a picture of the cover, "that sounds great. I'll have to get it for my girlfriend. She'll love it.""Yeah, definitely," I said, and went back to reading and laughing and couldn't stop til I was done.
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  • Sara
    January 1, 1970
    If you're a Millennial woman and you've ever been on an email chain lasting more than 10 emails, you will eat this up. I could pick out so many people I've known over the years - the one who demands "just let me know what you all decide!" and then, when told the final plan, wants to change it. The one who demands everyone follow her plan, regardless of how inconvenient it is for everyone else. And of course, anyone who's repeatedly cancelled plans to hang out with some dude or insisted on bringi If you're a Millennial woman and you've ever been on an email chain lasting more than 10 emails, you will eat this up. I could pick out so many people I've known over the years - the one who demands "just let me know what you all decide!" and then, when told the final plan, wants to change it. The one who demands everyone follow her plan, regardless of how inconvenient it is for everyone else. And of course, anyone who's repeatedly cancelled plans to hang out with some dude or insisted on bringing the guy along. By the way, anyone reading this doesn't fall into any of these categories - I wouldn't even be goodreads friends with those annoying people :p4 stars because this got a bit repetitive by the end and I got sick of all the discussion of dieting. Seriously, what bride (and mother of the bride) insists that her bridesmaids lose weight? I mean, a bride this shallow would, instead, probably insist the bridesmaids wear an ugly dress and look frumpy so she looks great by comparison.
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  • Sarah Walz
    January 1, 1970
    It’s like they took my phone, read all my group texts, emails, dms, gchats, and snapchats, then jacked up the drama and set it in New York. Really fucking spot on and so so funny
  • Priya Solanki
    January 1, 1970
    My friend and I decided to pick up this book after he heard positive reviews, and I have mixed feelings. I like this book for being an innovative format that tells a story in a new and unique way. I don't like this book because almost every character is uniquely annoying and at times I just wanted to yell at them or tell them to shut up. This book advertises female friendship, but these friendships are toxic and not representative of female friendship in the slightest. If you see this book as a My friend and I decided to pick up this book after he heard positive reviews, and I have mixed feelings. I like this book for being an innovative format that tells a story in a new and unique way. I don't like this book because almost every character is uniquely annoying and at times I just wanted to yell at them or tell them to shut up. This book advertises female friendship, but these friendships are toxic and not representative of female friendship in the slightest. If you see this book as a comedy, I suppose the absurdity of the characters is laughable at times, but overall just irritating.
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  • Christina
    January 1, 1970
    Well, no wedding planning email thread will ever be the same after reading this book. All of these ladies are The Worst (Jean Ralphio singing voice) except for Gracie who has somehow figured out the magic combination of being involved and yet not at the same time. Cringe-worthy and yet so spot-on it's scary. If you are a millennial woman and have been at all peripherally involved in planning a wedding, this is a great read.
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  • Monica
    January 1, 1970
    This book was really refreshing and good! I had heard some hype about it, but I was nervous because it's written in all e-mails and text conversations, not a linear story with one voice. I was scared I wouldn't be interested or able to keep up with the eight voices/characters, but it was a fun, cute read! Not any type of great literature, but I checked it out from the library (free!) and blew through it - very quick, and pretty funny. Probably more relatable for some women than others, but I thi This book was really refreshing and good! I had heard some hype about it, but I was nervous because it's written in all e-mails and text conversations, not a linear story with one voice. I was scared I wouldn't be interested or able to keep up with the eight voices/characters, but it was a fun, cute read! Not any type of great literature, but I checked it out from the library (free!) and blew through it - very quick, and pretty funny. Probably more relatable for some women than others, but I think they do a good job of portraying a good range of "types" of women and relationships between them. I, personally, don't have an e-mail thread like what the book is, but I definitely know women like each of the eight featured here, and the dramatization is fun. It's a very pleasant read and not difficult to follow/keep track of at all. I think it's really great for women in the dating/getting married stage of their lives, or those who have gone through it, since much of the story concerns that type of "coming of age" where women are dating and getting engaged, etc (no kids yet). I think it's fun for me because that's where I am in life, but I think women who have been through it also would certainly relate. I'd recommend it for anyone that needs some quick female-centric fluff for light entertainment and some laughs.
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  • Janice
    January 1, 1970
    I can't recommend this book highly enough! If you've ever been part of a WhatsApp group (I.e. if you breathe!), email group, or anything similar with a group of friends, acquaintances or people who happen to just live in close proximity to you, then you'll totally relate to this book!Michelle Markowitz and Caroline Moss have perfectly captured the essence, innuendo, one-upmanship and subtlety that are the underlying ebb and flow of these types of interactions. Written in the form of emails, what I can't recommend this book highly enough! If you've ever been part of a WhatsApp group (I.e. if you breathe!), email group, or anything similar with a group of friends, acquaintances or people who happen to just live in close proximity to you, then you'll totally relate to this book!Michelle Markowitz and Caroline Moss have perfectly captured the essence, innuendo, one-upmanship and subtlety that are the underlying ebb and flow of these types of interactions. Written in the form of emails, whatsapp messages, both to the group and off the group, you will immediately identify the personality types in your own social groups ... and you will laugh out loud at the many true to life occurrences here. If you don't, then you're not being honest with yourself or with anyone else and you take yourself and your life way too seriously.Buy it! Read it! Share it!5 huge, glittery stars from me!! I absolutely adored it!!
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