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The Solomon Sisters Wise Up

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2005

    The Best Book I've read in a long time

    Everyone can either relate to a character or some of their characteristics in this book. It was a feel good type of book. I couldn't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2005

    Predictable, but funny and a great read

    I liked See Jane Date, so I was looking forward to reading another book by Melissa Senate. This one was even better. It was predictable, but funny and a great book. It's one of those books that puts a sappy smile onto my face after reading it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2004

    Second best gift I got for Christmas

    I couldn't put this book down, I read it in a week. It really made me appreciate my sister.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2003


    I saw the TV movie version of Melissa Senate's book SEE JANE DATE, and I loved it so much I bought the book. SEE JANE DATE was a really good, fun book about dating and the movie was great too (I love Charisma Carpenter who played Jane from Buffy and Angel.) THE SOLOMON SISTERS WISE UP is Melissa Senate's second book and i couldn't wait to get it. It's so good!! The story is about three sisters in their twenties and thirties who are having life issues (one is single and pregnant by her ex-boyfriend, one is married and catches her husband cheating, and one is a L.A. glam girl type called the Dating Diva who's like a dating coach, but her own love life is a mess.) The three sisters each have their own chapters and tell the story in their own points of view. You really get to know each sister and what's going on in her life and what each sister thinks about what's going on in her sister's lives. My favorite sister ended up being Ally, the married one, even though I'm more like Zoe's age (26). They end up moving into their father's apartment in New York City and sharing a bedroom, and they don't get along that well at first until they start to realize that despite their differences, they are family first, sisters first, and can count on each other more than anyone. The book was funny, really touching (I actually teared up a few times) and really satisfying. I didn't want it to end. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes books about what it's like to want a relationship and get along with your family and suceed at work--everyone's life issues. Very funny, real-life, and well written book!

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