At first, things seem promising, as Georgia is swept up in a whirl of A-list parties, dancing, dinners, and debauchery. But while Australian water may go down the plughole the other way, Australian men are starting to look all too familiar. And then there's the chaotic bunch of women Georgia works with on Glow, to whom every relationship disaster is a potential article, not least of all Georgia's, whose quest for love is fast becoming headline material. What to do when all the blokes you've found are either gay, married, unfaithful, unable, or just plain unworthy?
©2000 Maggie Anderson; (P)2002 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.
"A witty modern romance." (Vogue)
This books might be good...to read. the Narrator screams and yells in various Aussie accents...most women come out sounding very masculine. The narrator makes the book very hard to follow. I did not like the book and the narrator just killed it.
You laugh and cry in this book you have to read it. The Characters will take you in so you end up knowing them so well
I loved the storyline
Anthony because his was the only character that suited the narrator's voice
The narrator made all Aussie men sound gay, or, like total retards! That is sooo not the right picture.... A better narrator needed!!
And the writer made Sydney sounds like junkie land.... Soooo not the case!
This book was simply disappointing to me. I could not relate to the lifestyle nor the characters.
Dont waste your money
"Enjoyable but vacuous!"
Pants on Fire is an enjoyable enough book but what really lets it's down is the narrator who emphasises all the wrong words therefore making sentences very strange!
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