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Project Jennifer

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  • Posted March 7, 2010

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    Oh What's in a Name...

    Project Jennifer caught my interest since it is a story about my name and the sterotypes that are attached to it. After losing her fiancé, job and apartment to a Jennifer, Joan decides to transform herself into a "Jennifer"- the always in charge, confidant, successful woman who guys all want. Along the way, Joan learns that having the right name doesn't make you have it all. Through her Jennifer persona, she learns lessons about life, about herself and builds the confidance she needs to go after what SHE really wants in life. Her "inner Jennifer" character brought moments of humor. Overall, a great chick lit read!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    engaging chick lit tale

    Joan knows Nietzsche the late nineteenth century philosopher is at fault that her former fiancé Michael, whose relationship skills are shallower than a wading pool, married the 'Jennifer', super person taking what she wants from the weak and meek. On top of losing Michael to a stronger predator, Joan¿s boss Fred Lutz, who attended the infamous wedding, fires her as she got the cushy job as a favor to Michael he needs to give the job to a friend of Jennifer. Finally affirming bad things come in three, her landlord Christine kicks her out of the apartment because she needs it for her recently married niece. --- Joan is sick of being kicked to the curb. She vows to become Nietzsche¿s superwoman a Jennifer. However as she asserts herself, her friends and her widow mom thinks she is turning into an aggressive bitch. After interviews with Attila the Hun, Felix Unger and Madam Van Winkle, she obtains a new personal assistant position to Tim Wells while Project Jennifer succeeds. --- This is an engaging chick lit tale with a deep message of ¿to thine own self be true¿, which fascinatingly mirrors the tale the heroine is at her most interesting as confused, flawed but likable Joan and at her least when she becomes a Jennifer clone. The support cast is solid especially her ex, her two best friends, her mom, and of course her image of the Jennifer. Although the tale loses some steam when Joan becomes superwoman Jennifer, fans will enjoy her metamorphosis while wondering will she revert back to being Joan who everyone admires. --- Harriet Klausner

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