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  • READ THIS BOOK

    READ THIS BOOK! I loved everything about this story. The fun New York setting, the crazy women who think they could rule the world, and the amazing writer who was just looking for a story to get her back on track. Jillian has had a rough go lately and is looking for a way back into the writing world. Her in is joining a private club of women who think they are in charge. These women have money and power, and Jillian has neither of those but somehow, she does what she sets out to do. She joins this club to write a tell all and learns so much more than what she expected. The relationship of Jillian and her best friend had me hoping for what was to come. I loved how much they had each other’s backs and did what they had to help them succeed in their dreams. A friendship that stands through the years is one that is special and Jillian is lucky to have that person. Just over halfway into the book a twist was thrown, and it was perfect. I stopped for just a second to think about what was happening and then dug right back into the story and never put it back down. As I finish the book, I am still thinking about it.

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  • A comedy about identity and self-empowerment

    A journalist infiltrates a women's empowerment group whose leaders caricature their own beliefs and cultish behavior. Funny throughout: the menstruation room, the Wonder Woman poses, the exquisite uptalk mark on the journalist's parenthetical "I didn’t fully understand what organic tampons were, but I supported them?" The journalist does, more seriously, gain confidence through the travails of her escapade, finding herself less intimidated by apparently "perfectly made people" and realizing she can make her own magic.

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