Chasing Harry Winston

Chasing Harry Winston

by Lauren Weisberger, Lily Rabe (Read by)
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Chasing Harry Winston 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 413 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would give this book a 0.5. I hated it and could barely get past the first 25 pages. If you want an insanely good book read the smart one and the pretty one. This one just sucks.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read other Lauren Weisberger books and have often found them somewhat contrived, but this was just a dull read. Even if you are searching simply for a quick plane read (as I was), there has to be something better out there. Perhaps re-read one of her earlier works, or a book by another author that she plugs early in the book. The characters are unoriginal, the plot is the same rehashed "sex in the city" like story except these three ladies lack the charm that made SITC a great series. I do not recommend this book.
SamaraS More than 1 year ago
This was horrible, painful to read. I kept hoping for a plot, an interesting, original character, something to keep me reading. What a waste of time.
Knitster More than 1 year ago
I usually like this kind of book for a fun read. There is nothing fun about this book... the plot is dull, the characters are boring and have no real definition. I really had expected much more from the author and am quite baffled at how this book garnered such popularity.
Scarlett151 More than 1 year ago
This book was a quick read due to the lack of plot or development of characters. The last chapter of the book was just plain stupid and a major letdown. (The reason for Jesse Chapman's marriage was far-fetched. It makes me wonder if the author was close to deadline...) Save your time and money.
Makirio More than 1 year ago
One of the worst books I've ever read. No plot, character development or substance involved here. I couldn't believe how vapid this book was. I got through all but the last 2 pages because by that time, I really didn't give a damn. Don't bother, a waste of time and an embarassing read. I can't believe it was so damn popular.
HighHeelsandLipGloss More than 1 year ago
I completely loved reading Chasing Harry Winston by Lauren Weisberger. What a fun book. I love it when I can totally relate to the characters. Chasing Henry Winston explores best friends, relationships with boys and ocassionally men, as well as the girls trying to figure out their place in life and where they want to be.

Leigh has a job in the publishing/book world and is in a relationship that looks great on the outside, but on the inside she feels differently, I can totally relate to that experience. I think we've all been in that situation, I know I have and thank goodness I decided to break up with the guy. Then there's carefree, free-spirited Brazilian goddess, daughter of a supermodel, Adriana who has a life of leisure that many would die for, however, she's longing for more...this is possibly part of the reason why I stopped modeling. I feel there is so much more in store for me. Last, but not least is Emmy whose boyfriend just dumped her for a much younger girl, whose only slept with 3 guys in her whole entire life, oh my, and she's exploring the world of dating as well as getting her career back on track and traveling the world. The girls make a pact to change their lives before they turn 30!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is breezy fun novel however the characters needed more depth. It was hard to care about the characters.
Reading_Bear More than 1 year ago
Couldn't get past the first 75 pages. All the characters were unlikable, uninteresting and boring. Very disappointed. Had high hopes after reading "The Devil Wears Prada"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never despised fictional characters so much. I hated the book the whole way through but am one of those people that has to finish a book once I start. The cattiness of the women mixed with the unbelievable plot "twists" was so horrible. Please save your money for something else!
EEElaine36 More than 1 year ago
Devil Wears Prada was so original and funny, Chasing Harry Winston was SO the opposite! It was VERY predictable. There were a handful of laugh-out-loud parts but I mainly felt like I just wanted to get through it already. Sad.
TABondurant More than 1 year ago
I haven't read any of her other books but I really enjoyed the movie, The Devil Wears Prada. This book had too much Bridget Jones and Sex and the City in it's plot and characters. I didn't really find it to be original or interesting. To be completely honest, I only continued to read it because I was enjoying my new Nook. Sadly, I do not recommend this book. Don't waste your time.
AnnieBook More than 1 year ago
URGH! This book is soooo incredibly boring and wordy! Why would it take 3/4 of a page (small print, hardcover no less) to explain a character's dislike for their own couch?!?! The characters are so unoriginal and stupid: There's the dumb "gullible for her cheatin bf" girl, the over-the-top "I'm so rich but unfulfilled b/c I need a man" girl, and the incredibly annoying "I hate my perfect bf" girl. Oh...and the plot? WHAT PLOT???? I read up to page 105 and just couldn't imagine doing it to myself anymore (there is 288 pages). Throughout the 1st 100 pages, people talk and events occurs...but nothing REALLY happens. The sad thing is, I really wanted to like this book but just couldn't connect w/ any of the characters or their quirks. If you're looking for Sex and the City or some other fun Chick-Lit book, pass this one and keep walking.
libra1018 More than 1 year ago
I would not recommend this book. Could not keep reading - did not hold my interest. I returned it as I knew I would never return to it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed in how predictable the book was - especially the characters.I think the reader was supposed to be rooting for them...I wasn't. I love a lazy beach read but this didn't do it for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought that this book was an easy read, that you can finish in 1-2 days. I liked the characters, and the flow of this book. This is a great beach book.
chicklitmommy More than 1 year ago
I am very disappointed in this book!
It didn't even start getting good until page 229. (And there is only 278 pages.) But I am one of those people who just has to finish books even if I don't like them.
I loved The Devil Wears Prada and couldn't believe that Weisberger wrote this. Maybe she was in a "situation" like Leigh and Jesse Chapman and her editor just let it slide???
Cross our fingers her next one is better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After reading 'Devil Wears Prada' and falling in love with the book, I was excited to read this novel expecting the same level of wrting from the author. Yet after a few chapters it became clear this was no 'Devil Wears Prada'. Where is the wit, humor, and intelligence I fell in love with when reading Weisenberger's first book? The writing is boring, the humor is juvenile, and the characters are flat and for the most part really annoying, which makes it impossible to care or relate to them.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sophormoric themes, plastic characters and immature writing. Hard to believe this book was actually published.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the Devil Wears Prada and even enjoyed Nobody Worth Knowing but this book was just not good. I had to really push myself to finish - I could not get attached to the characters or their life stories all of the girls made the stupidest of mistakes and instead of empathizing you just want to hit them. There is just nothing clever about this book, its like a New York version of some old Southern lady book, where they sit around and whine all the time. Bo-oring. If you are a chick lite lover like I am, skip this book, not worth your time, sadly.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was so excited to read this booked that I ended up driving to multiple book stores until I found it - so I was very disappointed that I wasted all of that time. The book and characters were boring and I really didn't care what happened to them. I had 50 pages left to finish the book and I finally gave up and started a new book. Her previous two books were great and hope that her next one is too:)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was looking forward to this book and it bombed. It was forgettable and boring at times.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was so looking forward to a new book by Lauren Weisberger and was so excited about it I pre-ordered it. Maybe because her previous books were seemingly drawn from personal experiences that's why they were so great. Writing 101. Write what you know. Weisberger definitely does not know what she is writing in this mindless trash about three girls who are shallow, empty and completely irrelevant. Weisberger tries to use paint her characters as these cute women with fabulous lives finding love but they turn out to be stupid, whiny women who I would hope do not exist in real life because they would be a sheer and utter disgrace to the female sex.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I expected this to be light and enjoyable. It was TERRIBLE. Boring, pointless, empty waste of time and money. Nothing really happens, characters are poorly drawn cliches. I read the whole thing thinking it has to get better but it just never did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago