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Publisher Description

Fantastically funny, fresh and utterly relatable, Brooklyn Girls by Gemma Burgess is the first novel in her brand new series about five twenty-something friends—Pia, Angie, Julia, Coco and Madeleine—sharing a brownstone in hip, downtown Brooklyn, and discovering the ups and downs and ins and outs of their "semi-adult" lives. The first story belongs to sophisticated, spoiled, and stylish Pia, who finds herself completely unemployed, unemployable, and broke. So what is a recent grad with an art history degree and an unfortunate history of Facebook topless photos to do? Start a food truck business of course! Pia takes on the surprisingly cutthroat Brooklyn world of hybrid lettuce growers, artisanal yogurt makers and homemade butter producers to start SkinnyWheels—all while dealing with hipster bees, one-night-stands, heartbreak, parental fury, wild parties, revenge, jail, loan sharks, playboys, karaoke, true love, and one adorable pink food truck. And that's without counting her roommates' problems, too. Gemma Burgess has captured the confusion, hilarity and excitement of the post-graduate years against a backdrop of the pressures and chaos of New York City life, with heartfelt empathy, fast humor and sharp honesty.

A charming debut series about five twenty-something girls and the humor, heartbreak, and drama that bring them together

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
July 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Press
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Clarissa Shine ,

Love it👍

This book reminds me of my life right now(except her drunken moments/ sleeping around), young and trying to figure things out. When deciding if I should read this book or not I was skeptical a little bit. Nevertheless after reading, it gave me hope that I know things will turn around for me ( career-wise). I prescribe this book for young ladies in their 20's trying to figure out "life"

JFloxoxo ,

Refreshing, Real & Relatable

This book is refreshing, real and relatable. Sometimes I want to punch the main character in the face because she's such an idiot, but then you realize what 20-something-year-old hasn't done something they regret? The stories in this book are totally relatable for any 20-something-year-old female struggling to find out what to do after graduation. I love it!!!

lucyshines ,

Really good read

As a 20 year old girl it's hard to find decent books that I can relate to, 'Brooklyn girls' is something I can totally relate to. I would defiantly recommend this book to anyone

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