Book Reviews of The Bachelorette Party

The Bachelorette Party
The Bachelorette Party
Author: Karen McCullah Lutz
ISBN-13: 9780312326210
ISBN-10: 0312326211
Publication Date: 2/7/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 80 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
I can not say much more than I LOVED THIS BOOK. I found myself laughing out loud constantly. I also found myself thinking that I would have done and said exactly the same things that the lead character was doing. The only bad thing is that this author has no other books available!!!
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Helpful Score: 2
Don't be fooled into thinking this is the written version of "My Best Friend's Wedding". Very well-written and plotted, finely developed characters. I enjoyed that I grew to like characters that I initially disliked as they developed throughout the book. Lutz threw in some interesting curveballs plot-wise, and definitely made me grin a few times. A fun, light-hearted read that had some meat to it.
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Helpful Score: 1
this is such a cute book, so much more than just a typical bachelorette party, it kept me hooked until the end, I loved it. A very easy chick-lit, beach day read!
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Helpful Score: 1
This book is hilarious!! It seems just like a bunch of your friends having a good time. A great way to spend an afternoon.
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Helpful Score: 1
This wasn't exactly what I expected, but I enjoyed it. I guess lots of us enjoy the humanizing of an apparently perfect person, in this case much like wtching a train wreck..,
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Helpful Score: 1
Cute chik-lit book.
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Helpful Score: 1
Zadie is a crazy, scattered, sarcastic teacher whom was recently jilted at the alter by her Soap Star fiance. Helen, Zadie's cousin, is a 28 year old virgin, has never has been drunk, remembers birthdays and is planning the perfect wedding to the perfect man, Grey whom happens to be Zadie's best friend. Of course, Helen is having the perfect bachelorette/bridal shower and Zadie is in charge of getting Helen to "loosen up" at Grey's request. The perfect bachelorette party goes from perfect doing the downward dog at Yoga to hell with Helen in a blue strap on topless in Deep. Zadie knows she's IN deep with Grey and doesn't know what to do. Does what happen at the bachelorette party STAY at the bachelorette party or does she break her silence and clue her best friend in on perfect Helen's imperfect party?
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Helpful Score: 1
Very entertaining chick lit---with an edge that will make you laugh aloud. About a bachelorette party gone slightly awry...
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Helpful Score: 1
loved it! i bit raunchy, but soooo funny!
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Cute, quick read.
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Cute book, slow in the beginning but once you get going, its fun!
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I really liked this book. It's hilarious, a little raunchy, and definitely entertaining. A quick read, great for the beach.
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This book was funny, a little raunchy at times, but funny.
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Book was an easy read. It was funny and fast paced. I really enjoyed reading about all the craziness the characters went through!
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This was a very cute,easy read!!
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Started off slow in my opinion. It took me a while to get into it, but about 1/4 the way in it really started to hit it's stride. Once they get into the actual bachelorette party in the book it was really funny. The reason I found it slow to get into was,I felt like the author over explained everyones thoughts in the begining. To me that's annoying. Once the book took off for me I found it very enjoyable. Short, quick, and easy read.
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Light book about a bachelorette party.
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Quick, fun read
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I really enjoyed this - read it in one sitting whilst stuck in an airport - laugh out loud as you follow the story of not being perfect ....
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Very funny book!
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I liked the book. Most parts of it, anyway. It is very funny, and has some great moments. But, as a word of caution, it was a bit, um, raunchy in spots. And, being a college professor, I had some trouble dealing with one plot point in particular.
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I LOVED this book. It was funny.
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Very Enjoyable read. Had some laugh out loud moments too.
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A laugh out loud read. I wish the author will write another one.
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hysterical book and a great beach read
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Great light reading. I laughed through most of it.
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An interesting premise, but it took too long to get to the main plot. Plus the language and elements of the book were too dirty for my taste.
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Zadie is a crazy, scattered, sarcastic teacher whom was recently jilted at the alter by her Soap Star fiance. Helen, Zadie's cousin, is a 28 year old virgin, has never has been drunk, remembers birthdays and is planning the perfect wedding to the perfect man, Grey whom happens to be Zadie's best friend. Of course, Helen is having the perfect bachelorette/bridal shower and Zadie is in charge of getting Helen to "loosen up" at Grey's request. The perfect bachelorette party goes from perfect doing the downward dog at Yoga to hell with Helen in a blue strap on topless in Deep. Zadie knows she's IN deep with Grey and doesn't know what to do. Does what happen at the bachelorette party STAY at the bachelorette party or does she break her silence and clue her best friend in on perfect Helen's imperfect party?
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Loved this book, many moments of hilarity, highly recommended!
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A story of friendship....love....change. Enjoyed it.