This is a story of a young professional woman in the beginning of her career. She's finding out who she is and what she wants out of life, true. But she's also learning what kind of person she wants to be in life.
I remember going through something similar and this story made me laugh out loud with memories I thought long forgoten.
TWO THUMBS UP! It's incredibly entertaining.
As a twenty something new to the workforce myself... totally loved this exaggerated farce of workplace rediculousness. In some way, I think we've all "been there". I have listened to this book over and over it, and enjoy it each time. Bernadette is an amazing narrator, switiching seemlessly from Miranda to Andrea to a NY cabbie. She brings the story to life. Nothing earth shattering here... just some fun.
Based on the reviews and in need of a laugh, I bought this title.
Sadly, it's just not funny. It's hours and hours of descriptive narrative about working a stupid job. My own internal monologue is funnier than this book.
I may have liked reading it, but it's not worth listening to.
This was entertaining. Even though eventually not much happens, it's all put together pretty well. Rachel Leigh Cook does a great job narrating. She sounds just what I imagine the character to sound like. If you want some light popular fiction, try this.
The reader of this book was unbearable. I haven't been able to finish the book. It was very monotone and emotionless. Would suggest purchasing the acutal book to read.
This book was just fun! I loved it! I really hope there is a sequel to Andrea's life. For just a bit of light, fun listening - this is the book.
I didn't finish this "read". The main characters were thin and way too whiney and shallow. Why wouldn't a presumabley intelligent well-educated young woman simply get a better job?