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    Interesting read

    The author had a vantage point that made this an interesting read. Sure, the Birkin chapter was annoying but the book redeemed itself in the final three chapters.
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    Primes of park avenue

    Did not find funny all, if wanted read some ones paper I would have gone to the university, a was ten of money
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    Complete let down

    I was slooking forward to reading this book, mainly because of all the hype around it. Unfrtunately I found it to be a complete disappointment. Uninteresting overall. Just another book about rich people and their lifestyle. No particularly interesting and even less so, original insight.
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    Anthropological study of a tribe in NYC

    What I expected to read were ten chapters about the pursuit of the newest shoes resto, cars....and what I got was a glimpse into a world I will never know. Isn't tht why we read? Extreme wealth. Narcissism. Bitchiness. The Hamptons. Then the unexpected world of housing, schoollng, condo boards, anxiety, starvation, fear, vulnerability, loss, unspoken thungs in the lives of the Beautiful People. I didnt expect feeling the heartache of Rainbow Baby... and the academic spun, that reminds us of biological, natural selection, tribal needs to be accepted to thrive and the pain of being an outsider. Apparently being optioned in Hollywood...great book and well written.
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