Everyone Worth Knowing
What happens when a girl on the fringe enters the realm of New York's chic, party-hopping elite? Soon after Bette Robinson quits her horrendous Manhattan banking job like the impulsive girl she's never been, the novelty of walking her four-pound dog around the unglamorous Murray Hill... show more
What happens when a girl on the fringe enters the realm of New York's chic, party-hopping elite? Soon after Bette Robinson quits her horrendous Manhattan banking job like the impulsive girl she's never been, the novelty of walking her four-pound dog around the unglamorous Murray Hill neighborhood wears as thin as the "What are you going to do with your life?" phone calls from her parents. Then Bette meets Kelly, head of Manhattan's hottest PR firm, and suddenly she has a brand-new job where the primary requirement is to see and be seen inside the VIP rooms of the city's most exclusive nightclubs. But when Bette begins appearing in a vicious new gossip column, she realizes that the line between her personal life and her professional life is...invisible.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 26th 2006
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, New York
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Better than 'Chasing Harry Winston' but still not good enough.Or maybe I'm not the best judge of this kind of books because I'm reaaaaallly not interested in chick-lit.
Okay, so finally I decided to give a rather short review of this book. If you plan to buy this book, please reconsider it at least more than 5 times. Everyone Worth Knowing is somewhat a little bit similar to The Devil Wears Prada. Glamorous job, celebrities, true love, ring a bell?
Carino... ma non lascia il segno
Don't waste your time reading this book... or if you do, at least don't spend any money on it. The author can't be bothered to keep straight basic details. For example, the narrator takes a job where everyone uses little Bluetooth-type earpiece phones. But later on, Weisberger apparently forgets tha...
I made the mistake of making this one of the five books I took with me for my four month trip to Japan in 2008, where a paperback book in English cost $20. After finally being forced to read this or reread something I had just read, I finally read this. While it was slightly entertaining, it was m...