Book Reviews of Here Kitty Kitty

Here Kitty Kitty
Here Kitty Kitty
Author: Jardine Libaire
ISBN-13: 9780316160032
ISBN-10: 0316160032
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 214
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I thought this book sounded interesting, so I figured I'd give it a shot. Within the first 10 pages I almost quit. I couldn't follow what was going on and it just sounded like a mess as I read it. However once I got into it, I was so glad I didn't give up on it. It is such a poetically written novel. I didn't feel like I was reading a book...I almost felt like I was reading a very long poem. The story does jump around a lot, but after awhile I got all of the characters straight and could follow the story easily. I'm so glad I continued and finished this book. by the end I was cheering for Lee and wanted nothing but the best for her. Great read.
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A fun read, not the greatest book but not a waste of time either.
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SO much more interesting than the show or book! This is the real deal about artistic, young, single women! It's grittier, harder, sexier, and better than you think! I live in NYC, I know...
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Lee is the consummate party girl, living a decidedly consequence-free existence. She has the right clothes---the Helmut Lang heels and vintage Dior dresses---the right job managing a stylish SoHo restaurant, the right shabby-chic apartment in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, and the right pager number to get the right drugs. She even has the right boyfriend---a wealthy Frenchman who bails her out of trouble whenever she teeters too close to the edge.
"Here Kitty Kitty" is about a city that only the young and reckless experience---a place where glamour and danger are just flip sides of the same thrilling coin.