Book Reviews of She, Myself and I

She, Myself  and I
She Myself and I
Author: Whitney Gaskell
ISBN-13: 9780553383133
ISBN-10: 0553383132
Publication Date: 9/27/2005
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 68 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
This was a great novel about three sisters dealing with different things happening in their lives. I have read a couple of books by Gaskell and I think that this is my favorite by her. I highly recommend this book!!
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Helpful Score: 1
I Love this book. I could really relate to the new mom and love the closeness of the sisters.

A GREAT READ!
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A warm, funny, charming and engrossing story that will hook everyone who has a sister -- and any lover of quality fiction who doesn't.
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I picked up this book really because I liked the title and the cover. It was an interesting read. It told a story from the viewpoint of all three sisters. I enjoyed it very much.
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A fast, enjoyable chick lit read about 3 sisters.
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The tale of 3 sisters and their love lives. Very good. Also a very good subplot of their parents.
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Loved the book, great author. Didn't want to put it down
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Great book, very funny. I liked better Sophie's stories that the other two sisters. I am a mom and I identified with what happened to her as a new mom, so funny and true. Great summer read.
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Chick lit! I enjoyed it!
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Very entertaining. Great story about three very different sisters.
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The Cassel sisters have a little in common besides a pair of wacky parents and a maddening knack for eluding happily-ever-after endings. But when their lives require damage control, only a dose of sisterhood will do.

Paige, the oldest, is a go-getter divorce attorney who's relling from her own disastrously failed marriage. Middle sister Sophie is having trouble adjusting to life as a wife and expectant mom. With her doubts on the rise alonger with her weight, she's ogling every available baked good--and every available man that crosses her path. And up-and-coming medical student Mickey has a racy new plan for her future that's sure to shock her entire family. It includes a dangerously handsome, decidely married chef...private cooking lessons...and spicy lingerie.

To top it all off, the parents who dragged them through the Divorce from Hell years ago are acting like teenagers in love....with each other! One by one, Paige, Sophie, and Mickey are about to learn just how good it is to have a sisterly shoulder--or two--to lean on.