The Singles

The Singles

by Meredith Goldstein
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The Singles: A Novel 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was actually pretty cute. It was a quick read but the ending wasn't very fulfilling
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is laugh out loud funny!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sadly, this book was disjointed and I couldn't get behind any of the characters. Okay, maybe the guy who didn't attend the wedding, but it made me wonder WHY they were even following him at all until the end. And Vicki?? Really, completely unrelateable. As one who has been a single at plenty of weddings, I don't recall ever behaving in such a disgraceful fashion as they do in this book. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I adore "Love Letters" in the Boston Globe, I hope this was an appetizer to more entrees!
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KrittersRamblings More than 1 year ago
Five single people attending a wedding without a plus one, a bride who is quite unhappy with their decision and somehow all of the singles are separated like 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon! How can you not fall in love with this book? There are five people who decided against bringing a plus one even though the bride insisted - this book is about their stories, why they are single and why they decided not to bring someone to the wedding. Each character has a few chapters each in their own voice to help bring the reader from the bachelorette party to the invitations to the wedding while giving enough of a back story for the reader to appreciate why they were invited to the wedding. The connections between the characters is what made this story even bigger and better than the synopsis could make it out to be. As I plan my wedding, I loved reading about how guests may be linked to each other in more ways than one. It made me rethink how all of my guests may know each other besides knowing me or my fiance.