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“So much of being a woman is telling lies”

All of you have heard about Sex and The City. (*gasp* if you haven’t at least heard of it)
Almost all of you know it’s a book too.
Some of you have read the book.
Very, very few of you know that Candace Bushnell is the author and the few of you probably know about the other books written by the author.
Amongst them is Lipstick Jungle.
My favourite book by Candace Bushnell and one of my favourite books in my never ending list of favourite books.

That’s the book I made Mia read for the Book Blogging Challenge Thingie for January. (Past tense because she has finished reading it already. The past couple of weeks were too busy for me to post about the book sooner but from February onwards it’ll be posted a lot sooner. Take my word for it!)


What the book is about:

The book is about Nico O’Neilly, Wendy Healy and Victory Ford who are 3 of the most powerful women in New York.

This book is about their life. Professional and personal.

I won’t be revealing too much because Mia will be writing a post about it soon and I wanna know her thoughts about it instead of telling her about mine.

Why I thought Mia would like it: Because she liked Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger, and Lipstick Jungle is the same genre.
And Mia, just like me, likes strong female characters in her books.
And this one’s got three of them.
I’m appealing to her feminist side through this book.

So yes, that’s the January book.
I hope she likes it, because like I said, it’s one of my favourites.

Also, if anybody would like to join us in our Book Blog Challenge Thingie, by all means do so.
You could read the books we recommend to each other and write posts about them.
If you do that, make sure you leave a link to your post in the comments. We’d love to check it out!
And, if you recommend us a book or two- maybe we’ll read it too! 😀

P.S. Yes, the title of this post is a quote from the book.
No, I don’t particularly believe in it, but it peefectly fits in the vein of the book.

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