Bright Young Things
Publish date: October 12th 2010
Pages no: 389
Edition language: English
Series: Bright Young Things (#1)
Bright Young Things was a novel that had everything I wanted for being set in the 1920's. It had the air of The Great Gatsby while also including speakeasies under a church that you need to know the password to enter. I felt myself pulled back into one of my favorite time periods, filled with smoke,...
I have to say that this is my new favorite series. I loved how I was immediately invested in the lives of these three ladies. The highs and the lows. If only I didn't have so many other books earmarked to read in January, I would definately continue with this series. I can't wait to read what be...
I was inclined to DNF this, but I powered through & finished it. A 2- or 3- star read at best. I've read a lot of historical fiction that is a lot better than this one, but it wasn't awful. I don't think I'll be reading the sequels, though, & it is unlikely that I will pick up Godbersen's other seri...
The best thing about reading this book is that I didn't pay a cent for it.Some people enjoy novels that follow the exploits of the beautiful people in New York or some other big city/school/whatever. I'm not one of them. I can enjoy a good fluff read as much as the next person, but I have little pat...