"Redaing Isaacs is like taking a good friend to lunch. You get funny observations on contemporary life with great gossip and a great time."
I loved this book. Although I usually don't like books set in cities,I liked the Manhatten setting. The character had a great view of life. Although she was comfortable with both the upper class and the lower class, she was constantly making sharp observations about both. Great dialogue, great characters and great ending.
A compelling, witty read. The Washington Post Book World & the Seattle Times call it a "Best Book of the Year."
Bold, insightful, witty, and exhilarating. This novel about an extraordinary young woman looking for a place to belong is one of the most compelling and beloved voices in contemporary fiction. This could be the story of someone you know. Maybe your own??
Another winner by Susan Issacs. Amy is a quirky, smart thirty-something career girl with issues---an ex-con dad, an uncommitted boyfriend and a lost mother---not to mention the story she is working on. Susan Issacs takes all these plots and stirs them up in a sublime work of chick lit.