Procura-se Diamante para Relacionamento Sério

Procura se Diamante para Relacionamento S rio Emmy Leigh e Adriana s o tr s amigas que prestes a chegar aos trinta e apesar de tudo o que ao longo desses anos alcan aram n o t m a certeza de terem a vida com que sonharam Emmy v a esperan a de

  • Title: Procura-se Diamante para Relacionamento Sério
  • Author: Lauren Weisberger
  • ISBN: 9789722343565
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • Emmy, Leigh e Adriana s o tr s amigas que, prestes a chegar aos trinta, e apesar de tudo o que ao longo desses anos alcan aram, n o t m a certeza de terem a vida com que sonharam Emmy v a esperan a de um casamento perfeito desaparecer quando o namorado a troca pela personal trainer de vinte e tr s anos Leigh, embora satisfeita com a sua carreira profissional, apercebeEmmy, Leigh e Adriana s o tr s amigas que, prestes a chegar aos trinta, e apesar de tudo o que ao longo desses anos alcan aram, n o t m a certeza de terem a vida com que sonharam Emmy v a esperan a de um casamento perfeito desaparecer quando o namorado a troca pela personal trainer de vinte e tr s anos Leigh, embora satisfeita com a sua carreira profissional, apercebe se que a sua vida amorosa n o est t o bem quanto julgava e Adriana, que nunca se preocupou com compromissos come a a pensar que talvez a m e tenha raz o quando diz que ela n o ter todos os homens a seus p s eternamente Ent o, uma noite, Emmy e Adriana fazem um pacto no espa o de um ano, ter o de mudar radicalmente as suas vidas Leigh mant m se de parte, mas sabe que das tr s a que tem mais a perderA autora de O Diabo Veste Prada e Sexo, Intrigas e Glamour regressa com um romance pleno de humor e sensibilidade que constituir uma leitura irresist vel.

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    About "Lauren Weisberger"

    1. Lauren Weisberger

      Lauren Weisberger was born March 28, 1977, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a locale recently made even chic, if possible, by The Office She was joined four years later by sister Dana, a.k.a The Family Favorite, and moved to Allentown, Pennsylvania, at age eleven At Parkland High School, Lauren participated in all sorts of projects, activities, and organizations for the sole purpose of padding her college application, although she did genuinely enjoy playing varsity tennis especially when the girl who should have played first singles incurred a season ending injury and Lauren had no choice but to step in for the team Once matriculated at Cornell University, all civic minded extracurriculars fell by the wayside There, she focused her energy on securing a steady stream of fake IDs and dating boys from the right fraternities After graduating in 1999 with a BA in English, Lauren moved home for the summer to save money and then traveled all over Europe, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Thailand, India, Nepal, and Hong Kong She carried a single small backpack and stayed in questionable places, further enriching her authentic cultural experiences by eating only Nutella and drinking Coca Cola Light Lauren s first job after returning to the U.S and moving to Manhattan was the Assistant to the Editor in Chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour Lauren became proficient in the language of stilettos and Starbucks before moving to Departures magazine, where she wrote 100 word reviews by day and took writing classes at night The Devil Wears Prada, begun at the Writer s Voice, was published in April 2003, and spent six months on The New York Times Bestseller List It was sold in thirty one foreign countries and made into a major motion picture by Fox 2000 starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway Lauren has a half second cameo in the film that even she is hard pressed to locate after several viewings Her second novel, Everyone Worth Knowing, was published in October 2005 and is also a New York Times Bestseller.

    171 thoughts on “Procura-se Diamante para Relacionamento Sério”

    1. So far this book is like a martini topped with mini marshmallows. Update: I'm past the halfway point and the book is now a martini topped with marshmallows poured over a steaming pile of dog excrement. Update the second: I retract my earlier statement, as it is demeaning to the martini. Martinis are fabulous and should never be associated with dreck like this. It is, however, like marshmallow-dotted dog poopie, as it is cloyingly sweet, fluffy, and a real stinkeroo.Update the third: WARNING. I a [...]

    2. I absolutely LOVED "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Everyone Worth Knowing." I live in NYC and love reading about places I've been to, or places I've heard of. I understand what it's like to work in NYC. I could not wait for this book to come out, and even splurged and bought it before it was out in paperback. I am on page 115 and I'm completely regretting it. The most annoying parts are the following:-Otis, Emmy's ex-boyfriend's African Grey parrot or bird that he left behind. I cringe every time I [...]

    3. Absoulutely one of the worst books I've ever read. I am completely done reading the vapid crap that this woman purports to "write". She's a no talent-hack, who I'm convinced just knew the right people and got a contract for telling-all about Anna Wintour. When people bought that admittedly interesting, albeit horribly written book, it perpetuated a book deal and now she won't stop writing. And she should. She's HORRIBLE.

    4. I'm not sure why I am still reading this dreck. I didn't purchase it on my kindle because it had such horrible reviews, but when I saw it at the library I thought I would give it a chance. I think I am just avoiding housework but the pile of laundry is starting to look more appealing.

    5. I'd never read anything by Laura Weisberger before. I'd seen the movie "The Devil Wears Prada", and to be honest, that was pretty rubbish storyline-wise, but I thought hey, I'll give her a chance. So I saw this book, thought it might be a laugh. Gave it a go.One of the first things I noticed was that every time I picked it up, I wanted to put it back down again about a minute later. It was that unreadable, clearly. But I did get through it. Although I really wish I hadn't wasted my money on it.I [...]

    6. Like eating a whole sleeve of not particularly great cookies and then feeling like, "Why did I do that??"

    7. Leigh, THE BOOK EDITOR, got engaged and went to visit her mom. Her mom says "I can't believe I had to wait TWELVE DAYS to see this sparkler." Then, two pages later, an incident that happened the day of the engagement is referenced as "it had been TEN DAYS since." About 200 pages later Leigh's name is spelled LEAH. This is the kind of crap that makes me want to burn books and then back over their ashes with my car. Or just complain incessantly to anyone that will listen.Anywho, over the top chara [...]

    8. I got this book from the library. I quite enjoyed "The Devil Wears Prada" and wondered what the author was writing now. I wish I hadn't.Now I suspected as much, but I still had to double check to find out that Harry Winston was an American jeweler, and the Harry Winston empire is known for diamonds. Uh Oh. Quick plot synopsis (some minor spoilers): three women, each around 29. They are friends. Leigh is an overachieving and not overly successful editor at a publishing house who is dissatisfied w [...]

    9. By page nine, I had already laughed out loud and at page 38, I already LOVED "Chasing Harry Winston" by Lauren Weisberger.It's the story of three best friends: Emmy, Adriana and Leigh and a year in which they plan to change their lives. Set in New York, focussing on dating and sex, you can't help but compare it to "Sex and the City" but it isn't a carbon copy nor are the similarities a bad thing.I found "Chasing Harry Winston" highly entertaining and incredibly easy to read. The characters are a [...]

    10. this book made my angry. i really had to put it down several times and walk away. aside from the fact that it reads as if it was written by a ninth grader, the overall tone and subject just supports the stereotype that all women (or at least those in a certain age bracket) are consumed with material things and status, and that true love is not quite as important as the size and make of your ring or the number of men with whom you have slept. i have known women like this (thankfully, not that man [...]

    11. It was one of those books I wanted to throw with great force (thanks Dorothy Parker) but still had to finish just so I could see how bad it could get. The unforgettably bad bits:1. Yes, I too was constantly checking the cover to see if I was mistaken in thinking those were rings coz nothing in the narrative justified that design. Except the art department wanted it to connect with 'The Devil Wears Prada', correctly guessing that was the only reason people would buy this book, and they also wante [...]

    12. This book is basically about three best friends and their pacts. And it is one of my not-so-favorite books of 2016. Thus my long hiatus. I haven't been able to come back to to review this book for months because it took me weeks to finish this book. The main reason isn't that the book is boring, it's quite interesting actually. But I think what made the book unbearable to me at times was Adriana. Supposedly "gorgeous", beautiful, sexy Adriana with an accent. Ever seen those beach blonde barbies [...]

    13. The characters are all self-centred and unrelatable, but Weisberger wants them to be regular girls who just so happen to sleep with A-list directors, actors, and authors. Yup, happens to me every day. Nothing really happens until halfway through the book. Even then, when something does happen, I find out about it when the characters talk about it over coffee rather than Weisberger narrate the situation herself. Apart from creating one of the worst female characters I've ever read, the author als [...]

    14. I love this book. Totally girlie and predictable, but fantastic!!!! I really enjoyed the way the author presented three female personalities whom I could either relate to, or identify them among my female friends. All three girls are fantastic and easy to love. Great writing too. I couldn't put it down. Not in the suspense thriller kind of way, but in the I really want to know what's going to happen with the characters and what turns are their lives taking.

    15. I love books that show the friendships of ladies. Maybe because I can picture my friends and myself as the ladies. I found this book to be funny and an easy read. I recommend this book over Lauren Weisberger's other books. Honestly, until I read this book I had a hard time understanding why people loved Lauren Weisberger's books.

    16. I'm not sure why this book has been getting such terrible reviews, because I didn't really see much wrong with it at all. No, it wasn'tEveryone Worth Knowing- which, coincidentally, is a fabulous book and especially great for summer - but I don't think it necessarily deserved the bad rap it got.Sure, the characters can, at times, be so frustratingly typical and absurdly blind to their own mistakes that you find yourself wanting to yell out loud, perhaps in an effort to channel them and somehow c [...]

    17. Adriana, Emmy and Leigh are best friends living in Manhattan, New York.Adriana - The Brazilian goddess, the ultimate slut socialite who will sleep with just about anything male.Emmy - The flat-chested serial monogamist who had been dumped by her five-year boyfriend for a virgin cheerleader (like I would believe that for a minute!).Leigh - The obsessive and compulsive one with lots of issues despite having perfect everything i.e boyfriend, job, place or so her friends thought.One day, the two of [...]

    18. Cute. Not realistic and sometimes frustratingly so.I mean isn't kind of ridiculous for a writer to write with three characters that are three different versions of most girls perfection? All went to Cornell one is a publishing titan in training, one travels the world searching for great recipes and gets paid for it, and one is a gorgeous Brazilian heiress. It's a fun silly read but at points I was just angry at the fact that a writer would so casually write about three perfect girls with problem [...]

    19. it was okay. i don't know if it's necessarily weisberger's fault - it's that afterThe Devil Wears Prada, i expected so much from her. and she hasn't delivered that blend of sarcasm, satire and naivety that made me like the first book so much. this is the story of three girls who make a decision to basically change their lives in one year - the chronic commitment-phobe will be engaged, the serial monogamist will go on a "fuck tour", and the one in the perfect relationship will do . . . something. [...]

    20. I read (and watched) "The Devil Wears Prada" several years ago and I liked it so when I came across this one, I decided to read it too.I didn't expect this to be a literary gem by any means, and in that respect it did not disappoint. I would definitely classify this as a mindless, quick "beach" read. Around page 66 I started to feel like I was losing brain cells yet at the same time, I couldn't seem to put it down either. Part of that was because I didn't want to start a book in 2012 and have it [...]

    21. oh, lauren weisberger. why must you write such ugly people. not physically ugly, naturally. since all three of these BFF 4 evas are gorgeous in their own ways. there's leigh, who we start off with, who is like a totally neurotic version of andy from the devil wears prada. and emmy who reminds me of bess from nancy drew, even though she's supposed to be flat chested and skinny. and adriana the brazilian goddess who puts both the other girls to shame.i don't know. the premise here is a bit iffy. l [...]

    22. Bad, very bad, awfully bad.There's just nothing to redeem this book. It's one of the very very few books I feel should be all burnt, to avoid anyone else the displeasure to read something this bad. Even years after, I still remember the horror I felt all through this.I'm not a huge fan of chick lit, but some of it can be enjoyable, relaxing and fun. It is none of the three.The three, supposedly heroine, girls are tarts and there is no nicer way to describe them; none has anything that might be l [...]

    23. All the "nice guys" got to me! That nearly every man (even one night stands?) seemed to be overly considerate and romantic and unbeliveable in the least kinda wanted to make me gag a little. I suppose that is the kind of men to expect in chick lit, though? Altogether it was a very easy and quick read. Not the best or worst. A mostly predictable plotline, and characters that are one-dimensional take away from the enjoyment. Having said that, it was a fun story about fabulous neurotic characters ( [...]

    24. This is the first Lauren Weisberger book I've read, so I don't have the ability to compare it to The Devil Wears Prada or any of her other titles. I loved this book! It's a light and fluffy read. I liked that the characters all had such different personalities, you got to follow separate stories and become invested in each separately for different reasons.Some parts were quite predictable, but I loved it regardless.

    25. Good book that makes you laugh a lot sometimes, but at some point in my reading process, I got bored Just because there are too many long paragraphs to say nothing wich was kind of disappointingI remember reading it when I was 15 and loving it !This is how you know you grow up :)

    26. I can handle a great deal of questionable material in my reading, if I feel like it has some merit. Within the first fifty pages, this book has superfluous language and sexual content that really had no redeeming quality. I set it aside without finishing.

    27. Un petit livre un peu "feel good", très drôle! Dans le même style que Le Diable s'habille en Prada (du même auteur), ça passe vite, les personnages sont attachants et une narration à 3 personnages. Bref un livre à amener sur la plage!

    28. OMG! This book was terrible; boring, shallow, bereft of heart, or story for that matter. Lauren Weisberger wrote one of the greatest chic lit stories of all time; The Devil Wears Prada, then begins her downhill slope with Everyone Worth Knowing to end up and the very bottom of the mountain with this piece of trash. I'm going to rename Lauren Weisberger, Picabo Street, for her ability to maneuver the Downhill, only with not as much grace - and certainly No gold medal waiting to be awarded. Ms. We [...]

    29. Ganhei este livro num concurso da Editorial Presença e, tendo em conta o título, não esperava nada daquilo que o livro me ofereceu.Leigh tem a vida perfeita! Um rapaz famoso e perfeito e qualquer rapariga sonha ter, um emprego de sucesso como editora, e toda a gente acha que ela é feliz, mas as aparências enganam. Ela sente que falta algo Se calhar, a sua relação não é assim tão perfeita, não tanto quando ela gostaria que fosse. Mas houve um pedido de casamento que ela não recusou, e [...]

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