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Diary of a South Beach Party Girl
de Gwen Cooper
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the ending was a little anti-climactic, and throughout there are times when Cooper just gives more details than are needed or wanted. I suppose writing a book about your drinking days in the South Beach scene is a little self-indulgent, but that's pretty much the essence of the book. despite those flaws, her writing style and her voice made me keep going. it was a book that drew me in, and I never expected it to. ( )
Submitted by Sarah...
I liked it because it was an intriguing story and seemed like it could be an exciting life.
Rochel Baum moves to South Beach, town full of parties. She becomes friends with people and is a whole new person. While trying to balance careers and her social life a face that is most tremendas and is also a threat to destroy everything she worked for.
South Beach in the late 1990s is a town of blink-and-you'll-miss-'em nightclubs populated by celebrities, models, mobsters, heiresses, drug dealers, drag queens, and fun seekers of all stripes. It's a place where the famous come to party like locals, the locals party like rock stars behind velvet ropes, and the press is savvy enough to know what not to report. Rachel Baum is a sheltered, career-oriented everygirl when she moves to South Beach from her quiet Miami suburb, searching for a life less ordinary. Quickly making friends among SoBe's most exclusive scenesters, she spends her days building a career and her nights building a reputation. But in a town where friends become enemies faster than highs become hangovers, the life less ordinary turns into more than Rachel bargained for. As she pursues the endless party in penthouses, dive bars, after-hours clubs, and cocaine speakeasies, Rachel struggles to balance her goals and ambitions with the decadence and excess -- especially her drug-fueled, on-again off-again relationship with Yale-graduate-turned-addict John Hood -- that threaten to destroy everything she's always worked for. With tremendous wit and razor-sharp insight, Diary of a South Beach Party Girl portrays the innermost sanctums of South Beach's privileged Beautiful People through the eyes of a no longer innocent heroine.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.6Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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