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American Girls About Town

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2005

    Recommended, but not outstanding

    While I enjoyed the majority of the stories in the book, there were a few that I could have lived without. I purchased the book primarily because it included work by Jennifer Weiner, and she did not disappoint. Some of the authors were a bit lackluster though and in my opinion could have been replaced by others who were more deserving/entertaining.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Fine anthology

    This seventeen collection chick lit anthology centers on women seeking, needing or running away from relationships. The tales run the gamut of moods with some using humor to focus on the gender wars while others contain a serious timber to male-female encounters. Each contribution is well written whether they are state-side, in England or even in Viet Nam. The threads throughout is the lead female characters are Americans either running towards or away from love. This solid chick lit short story book is fun to follow for sub-genre fans due to the for the most part strong lead heroines, though in many ways similar to one another in outlook (whether advancing or retreating) struggling with everyday life¿s curveballs tossed by men. Sub-genre fans will want to try other collections in the ¿Girls about Town¿ series starring Scottish and Irish lasses................... Harriet Klausner

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    Posted December 5, 2008

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