Library Ed. Bolinda Audio 2008
CD ISBN 9781740939911 $64.00 Eight CDs
Mim Woolcott, yuppie to the max, is a mother of two who spends the majority of her time with equally status- and income-conscious women. Danielle Carter has her narration work cut out for her as she portrays vacuous and vain women, some of whom are humorously played as vicious to the core. These women are mainly concerned about appearances and clothing, food and invites to society events. Carter captures their bitchiness with aplomb as they claw their way up the social ladder. This book is light on plot and character development even for chick-lit. In the end, predictably, the illusion of social status crumbles as the catastrophe forces the characters to reexamine their priorities. M.B.K. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2009]
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