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  • When Life gives you Lululemons

    hey! im Öliveya (livvy). This book is the best book on planut Erth!!¡ its funney, realistic and injoyable. Defunitlee read this book! I'm Livvy's twin, Charlotte. I absolutely adored When Life Gives You Lululemons and I highly reccommend it. This book is perfect for young adults and teenagers. Some parts of this book are more suitable for older children rather than younger ones. I suggest this book for those aged 12 and up. Thanks for reading! Charlotte & Öliveya

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  • Had me Howling

    Had me howling. Absolutely loved it. I could picture Emily like I was watching it on the large screen.

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  • Amazing. As always.

    Buy it, read it, re-read it... Must read for summer.

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  • Entertaining but Concerning

    This book weaves in stories of affluent stay at home moms and their families, as a backdrop to a political/family drama that brings back Emily from The Devil Wears Prada. While it keeps your attention it portrays these suburban moms as shallow, vain women with too much money to spend. To be fair, the men are also negatively portrayed. This dismayed me. Also, I wasn’t sure whether Lululemon or other brands mentioned in the book we’re paid product placements or the author’s true commentary.

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  • Just a touch of Miranda Priestly

    This was a very enjoyable read, with just a touch of Miranda Priestly, but really, that was all that was needed. Very well done! It was one of those books that leave you thinking about it and itching to get your hands on it again after you've put it down for a bit!

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