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Posted October 29, 2013
I really wish I could have my money back on this Nook purchase.
I really wish I could have my money back on this Nook purchase.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Tim Gunn obviously has issues...huge issues, which I guess he's trying to work thru. So content: He talks about 'take the high road' and then proceeds to bash people right and left...and sometimes he strikes down...like at a clerk or an assistant. That's not the high road. For the catty part: Isaac M has an ego. Well do tell...and that surprises whom? The editor of Vogue is a bit of a diva...again, this is a surprise? Martha Stewart is an odd, rich duck....who sometimes disappears when it's time to do donations. Again, telling us this is the high road? Bashing your mother/family because of their odd quirks...highroad? Implying your father was a closeted gay man who may or may not have had some sort of relationship with J Edgar Hoover...highroad? Then there's also the nasty little asides about the designers from Project Runway...as well as the scathing remarks about Parsons.
So bottom line: do not buy this book. It's poorly written and does not illuminate the audience...at least not in a good way. If you like Tim Gunn you like Project Runway...reading this book will not make you like him more.
Posted June 2, 2011
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