The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing
A critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller, this spirited and wickedly insightful narrative maps the progress of fourteen-year- old Jane Rosenal as she navigates the perilous terrain of love, sex, and relationships, capturing-with perfect pitch-what it's like to be a young woman in America... show more
A critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller, this spirited and wickedly insightful narrative maps the progress of fourteen-year- old Jane Rosenal as she navigates the perilous terrain of love, sex, and relationships, capturing-with perfect pitch-what it's like to be a young woman in America today.
Publish date: July 26th 2011
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Short Stories
The book's blurbs compare it to Bridget Jones' Diary, which was published the same year, and Girl's Guide is supposedly one of the progenitors of chicklit, but I don't see the resemblance to Bridget Jones, at all, other than it's from the point of view of a contemporary urban female dealing with lov...
I first encountered "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing" via Selective Shorts on NPR, and loved it so much I had to get the book. It's the best thing in the collection, and still a favorite.
I'm between 4 & 5 stars, and putting this on my favorites shelf. I really really really liked it. But I'm not sure if I liked it 5 stars worth.The awesome thing about this book is, it is one you can come back to time and time again (which I plan to do). As a young girl, as a young adult, as an adult...
This is one of two or three books that really kicked off Chick Lit in the 90s. The writing is beautiful and fun. If you haven't read it, do!
I loved this book. Probably more than I thought I would. The writing is like nothing I've encountered before and I love how fresh it is. I kind of felt like I was reading a movie, if that makes sense. Highly recommend this one as it's not the typical novel. Really good read.http://www.yourentertainm...
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