Brooklyn Girls: Pia
Jobless. Clueless. Topless on Facebook.Welcome to New York City.Pia Keller is not living the dream. Unemployed, unemployable and broke, post-Uni life in a Brooklyn townhouse with her four best friends suddenly isn't so easy.And that's before heartbreaks, hipsters, all-nighters, one-nighters, food... show more
Jobless. Clueless. Topless on Facebook.Welcome to New York City.Pia Keller is not living the dream. Unemployed, unemployable and broke, post-Uni life in a Brooklyn townhouse with her four best friends suddenly isn't so easy.And that's before heartbreaks, hipsters, all-nighters, one-nighters, food trucks, screw-ups, loan sharks and jail-time make things a whole lot more complicated...Who knew adulthood would be so damn grown-up?Fans of Tammara Webber, Colleen Hoover and Abbi Glines are about to find their new favourite author...Not suitable for readers under 15
Publish date: July 4th 2013
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, New York
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Series: Brooklyn Girls (#1)
Other reviews at The Book Babe's Reads. I was unsure about what to expect when I started Brooklyn Girls. I thought that maybe it might be a little like Gossip Girl, or maybe an older version of The Clique. What I didn't expect was what I got. To tell you the truth, this book actually reminded me o...
I gave it a fair chance but after 100 pages I had had enough.I had high hopes for this book. I mean come on a group of 20-something girls living in Brooklyn who wouldn't want to read that. Plus I'm usually a sucker for the whole "friends in the big city" type books. However, this book was just so fr...
I hadn’t heard of Brooklyn Girls until I had the chance to review it, and at first, I wasn’t entirely sure it was the right book for me, but I’m glad I kept reading through to the end. There were some things that bothered me, but overall, I enjoyed reading Pia’s story and definitely feel as someone ...
I was lucky to be sent this book by the publisher after I saw Gemma's tweet asking for people who would be interested in reviewing it.As it was my first encounter with the New Adult genre I was excited to get started and to see what I thought about this controversial type of books.There seems to be ...
I actually really liked this one. A NA that held up to more of the potential of the genre and I liked there was less focus on romance in this one. Full review to come.