This book is poorly written and lacks the likeable characters featured on the TV series. This was the exact allure of the Shades of Grey phenomena. Apr 22, Allegra S rated it did not like it Shelves: read-in
It left OK, this book doesn't probably deserve even one star. It was incredibly self-indulgent and trite. Like all those awkard moments from when you were a teenager that you just want to forget about and pray God nobody reminds you of them.
What I really liked about the book was that even though the characters and the situa I was really looking forward to read this book, since I'm a big fan of Sex and the City. Aug 01, Scherry Siganporia rated it liked it. I realize it isn't a novel so I didn't expect it to be a book with linear form.
To me it was a mix of journals and interviews and notes and pieces of an actual article all put together to form one entertaining story. Sex takes a far back seat to status in SATC. Related Articles.
An English journalist came to New York Tim was forty-two, an investment banker there's Parker, thirty-two, a novelist Skipper Johnson, an entertainment lawyer Barkley, twenty-five, was an artist Robert, forty-two, an editor Then we saw the manager, Bob, a burly, bearded man in a plaid shirt and jeans who looked like he should have been managing a Pets 'R' Us Obviously, having a real job is really not OK with this woman because she uses a normal job as a hateful sort of insult.
There is nothing, nothing at all interesting about being a consumer. I was always sure that script writing takes a special effort and those guys have it!