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    Interesting way of rating guys!

    Amy stuck by her Dad's way of rating guys throughout her college years, instructed all her friends and dorm mates in it and took it as gospel! She found her Mr. Right (steak knife) in college and stuck by him until they got out into the real world and found that maybe the UTS didn't really work so well, and till her Dad explained that the system had been a metaphor for life all along. I enjoyed this book very much even though you could see some things coming, they were worth the wait!
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    Everyone wants a steak knife...

    I really enjoyed this book. The characters were well written. The story original. 4 stars!
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    chic lit with nostalgia and fun

    Loved the concept of Utensil Classification System. As freshman Amy York sets off to live in Syracuse, her dad Tom devises a classification system meant to help her assess the boys she will meet in college in the hope she won't be hurt. There are three types of guys, Forks, Knives, Spoons. Amy's assigned roommate, Veronica Warren, becomes Amy's life long BFF. Their backgrounds are different yet they compliment each other. Amy's commitment to Andrew is the balance to Veronica's shattered relationship but as the story carries from 1988 to 1994 we witness the girls and their friends survive relationships with various UCS makes. A Happy Ever After that leaves you cheering for Amy and for Veronica as their lives are fulfilled by their decisions. The beginning contains many 80's nostalgia references.
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