It sounds like a rough life when you get a admiral fashion job in the most fashion-conscious city in America right out of college. Everyone has had a bitchy boss, but she can't seem to see anything positive in the hell that is her life. I feel really sorry for her when she gets rides in company cars, free clothing, and has to get up at 6 a.m. Boo-hoo!!!
If you are looking for a book to entertain you this will meet your expectations. Its an easy read and its a fun girlie book.
The reader did a good job at narrating but some of the character voices sounded very stupid. At one point I was wondering if the protagonist was talking to her father or boyfriend; it was very confusing. Other wise I still give it a 4 because I liked it.
Entertaining, snarky book. Supposedly based on the author's own experiences, this book gives a look at the boss from hell, and the people she plows over.
I think it would be a lot more entertaining to a much younger person. Any adult over 40 will be bored to tears! This story was entertaining on occasion but mostly outrages, utterly absurd, and pointless.
I really enjoyed most aspects of this book, however I would strongly suggest that you get the abridged version!!!! WAY too detailed.
But the story is fun and the characters are interesting. You will find yourself wanting to know what happens next. Just get abridged!!!!!!!!!
I loved this book; it made me think back on all the 'crappy job' stories I and my friends have ever told! The narrator was fabulous and the story was so engaging I ended up taking it in from my car several times to listen longer.
So really, it is worth letting someone treat you like shit for a year and completely alienating all your friends and family because you can take your free clothes and sell them and then write up stories and make money off of them. She is clearly enlightened.
"he buzzed me through like I was someone who mattered" .... what the @#$%^!.
Terrible ending... But fun listen up to the last hour or so, then I got annoyed.