Candace Bushnell. Makes Tales of the City, which started the same way, read like Trollope. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Carrie to do the reporting. Prep: A Novel. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
Evidently started as a column? Collected in one volume, Bushnell's characters grow generic, but in small doses these essays are brain candy that will appeal equally to urban romantics and anti-romantics. Bushnell's point, at its simplest level, is that what the glamorous women she writes about really want is a husband.
She has a lot of friends and sometimes Samantha Jones gets on her nerves. Amazon Payment Products.
No character development. The effect is that of an Armistead Maupin-like canvas tinged with a liberal smattering of Judith Krantz. After reading about a third of the book, it was easier to figure out what the next paragraph was referring too. I mean, I get the tug of war between societal mores, values and beliefs and the innate sense of independence.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I seriously find all the one star ratings interesting! There is plenty of sex, drugs, parties, careers, from Manhattan to Aspen. Fascinating and haunting insights into the love lives of the rich and randy in New York.