Prospect Park West
Publish date: September 1st 2009
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Brooklyn's famed neighborhood of Park Slope has it all: the sprawling, majestic Prospect Park; acclaimed public schools; historic brownstones; and progressive values. The more upwardly mobile New Yorkers discover its virtues, the more that claiming a stake in Park Slope becomes a competitive sport.I...
This book was alright but I don't think it deserved some of the horrendous reviews I've seen on here. I'm not exactly sure what people were expecting, but it was just like a TV show of some sorts. I liked the four women who's lives intersected each other from time to time. This is definitely not the...
With Prospect Park West, I was faced with a dilemma: how do I base my rating of the story when the characters are totally unlikable? These women are the most shallow, narcissistic women (not to mention mothers) I've ever read. They are so self-obsessed till it's not funny. Literally. There were time...
This chick lit story reads as a television or movie plot. It really reminded me of Candace Bushnell in a really good way and the fact that I try not to look up any reviews or details about the author until I am involved in the story and was glad I didn't. I really want to know how the author was abl...
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