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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2012

    Ok

    I enjoyed reading this book. However, there were a lot of spelling and gramatical errors. At times, I had to read sentences a couple times to figure out what was being said because words were missing, misspelled, or even wrong names were used.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2004

    Entertaining

    I enjoyed this book. It's entertaining and witty. Realistic portrayal of an eating disorder.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2003

    They're Your Girlfriends

    Did You Get the Vibe? It's a question that my girlfriends and I always asked each other as we were dating, looking for 'the one' and reading this book made me feel that these two were my girlfriends. Just like Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda are your girlfriends when you watch Sex and the City, Tracy and Kate are your girlfriends as you read this book! They are Chicago girls living in a hip neighborhood who battle the dating game, weight gain/loss, and all those other life-changing decisions. Kelly James-Enger knows how to write today's 20-something girls. It's a fabulous and fun read! I was totally able to identify with this book. I totally recommend this book for any 20 or 30 something.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2003

    Great book about great characters

    The best things about this book are Kate and Tracy - the real, fully-developed central characters. In the beginning of the book, it feels a little like you are eavesdropping, but by the end of the book, you feel like they are dear old friends. 'Did You Get the Vibe' is a very easy and enjoyable read with some interesting observations on life, relationships, and friendships. If this was summer, I'd say it's the perfect beach book, but it's also the perfect curling-up-in-a-warm-sweater-under-a-fluffy-blanket book. I recommend it highly

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2003

    sex in the city hits chicago

    an exellent read, the nightmare that is dating in your 30s, believable characters, great dialogue, a punchy story-line, a sexy read. So much better than British chick lit, it would go down well over here.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2003

    For sub-genre purists

    In Chicago, best friend attorneys Kate Becker and Tracy worry about men, weight, and prestige, but not necessarily in that order. Tracy lives with Tom who she likes and is comfortable with as he is a caring nice individual. However, deep in her heart, confiding only with Kate, Tracy knows he does not set off the vibe in her bones. Kate cannot even find a partner let alone a vibe or two.<P> Both seek something more exciting in their lives especially since work is awful. They try cyber searching and exchange emails with alleged studs, but nothing lights the vibe that each one wants. So they have eating disorders and share their hurts and worry that this is all there is.<P> Kate and Tracy are solid lead characters with intriguing flaws while the support cast enables the audience to further see their respective neuroses and fears. However, the story line is 200 proof chick lit, never leaving the crypt of rules for a moment. Thus DID YOU GET THE VIBE is for sub-genre purists who will devour Kelly James-Enger¿s angst-laden plot, but occasional readers will never feel the vibe.<P> Harriet Klausner

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