Girls Elaine Kagan

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Published: in 1994 and I read it around that time. Chick-Lit. Fluffy easy read with a bit of a mystery. Cant really remember much about it but going through my books and dont feel the need to reread.

Emily

rated it3 of 5 stars
over 7 years ago

This book is total cheese, but that makes it good for a summer read. I pull it out every few years and read it again, I have no idea why though. Its rather melodramatic! Like a Lifetime movie in book form :)

The cool thing about it is the author totally nailed the KC bur...Read full review
Kaethe

rated it2 of 5 stars
over 1 year ago

Shelves:fiction
So, its a book published in 94 about a group of people who were friends in high school twenty years ago. So, I ask you, why were they all in their fifties two years ago? And why was everyone driving a fifties car in 74?

I baffled.

Anyway, the first chapter has the abusive...Read full review
kristine

rated it2 of 5 stars
about 7 years ago

once AGAIN, i was overwhelmed with TOO MANY NAMES TO REMEMBER in the first fifty pages. what is it with me and these books? pretty pedestrian, and i was thinking of taking it down another star because, if youre gonna go ahead and title it the girls, that phrase should...Read full review
Fran

rated it2 of 5 stars
over 2 years ago

Pretty much a fly on the wall story. Everyone in the group confiding their secrets to another, but no one person, aside from the reader, seeing the full story. Reminds the reader that no matter what the surface appears to be, there is usually drama, chaos, and pain undern...Read full review
Lori

rated it2 of 5 stars
almost 5 years ago

An OK read. The premise reminds me of the The Big Chill as a group of high school friends find themselves reunited at a funeral. Each chapter is told from a different characters point of view, slowly revealing deceptions and indiscretions of the deceaseds past, with a...Read full review
Wendy

rated it3 of 5 stars
about 2 years ago

a light, fluffy story perfect for a summers weekend read. dont think too hard about the plot or the characters or youll realise how silly it all is! Does everyone really love Pete (the dead guy!!)?
BoekenTrol

marked it as to-readreview of another edition
over 4 years ago
Recommended to BoekenTrol

Mass Market Paperback

324 pages


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Girls  by  Elaine Kagan

Girls by Elaine Kagan
in 1994 and I read it around that time. Chick-Lit. Fluffy easy read with a bit of a mystery. Cant really remember much about it but going through my books and dont feel the need to reread.
Emily

rated it3 of 5 stars
over 7 years ago

This book is total cheese, but that makes it good for a summer read. I pull it out every few years and read it again, I have no idea why though. Its rather melodramatic! Like a Lifetime movie in book form :)

The cool thing about it is the author totally nailed the KC bur...Read full review
Kaethe

rated it2 of 5 stars
over 1 year ago

Shelves:fiction
So, its a book published in 94 about a group of people who were friends in high school twenty years ago. So, I ask you, why were they all in their fifties two years ago? And why was everyone driving a fifties car in 74?

I baffled.

Anyway, the first chapter has the abusive...Read full review
kristine

rated it2 of 5 stars
about 7 years ago

once AGAIN, i was overwhelmed with TOO MANY NAMES TO REMEMBER in the first fifty pages. what is it with me and these books? pretty pedestrian, and i was thinking of taking it down another star because, if youre gonna go ahead and title it the girls, that phrase should...Read full review
Fran

rated it2 of 5 stars
over 2 years ago

Pretty much a fly on the wall story. Everyone in the group confiding their secrets to another, but no one person, aside from the reader, seeing the full story. Reminds the reader that no matter what the surface appears to be, there is usually drama, chaos, and pain undern...Read full review
Lori

rated it2 of 5 stars
almost 5 years ago

An OK read. The premise reminds me of the The Big Chill as a group of high school friends find themselves reunited at a funeral. Each chapter is told from a different characters point of view, slowly revealing deceptions and indiscretions of the deceaseds past, with a...Read full review
Wendy

rated it3 of 5 stars
about 2 years ago

a light, fluffy story perfect for a summers weekend read. dont think too hard about the plot or the characters or youll realise how silly it all is! Does everyone really love Pete (the dead guy!!)?
BoekenTrol

marked it as to-readreview of another edition
over 4 years ago
Recommended to BoekenTrol | Mass Market Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 324 pages | ISBN: | 6.78 Mb

As intensely American as a high-school prom, this novel centers on six Midwestern women--now in their forties--who are best friends forever. When one of their marriages inexplicably crashes, the grief opens up a flood of memories in each woman.MoreAs intensely American as a high-school prom, this novel centers on six Midwestern women--now in their forties--who are best friends forever. When one of their marriages inexplicably crashes, the grief opens up a flood of memories in each woman. Listening to their poignant voices, we are brought to the very core of an entire American generation.



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