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How Perfect is That - Sarah Bird
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Blythe Young-a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair`s Becky Sharp-is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code Warrior-Blythe`s proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focus-her soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who`s been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition. How Perfect is That: Blythe Young-a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair`s Becky Sharp-is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code Warrior-Blythe`s proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focus-her soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who`s been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition. FICTION / Contemporary Women, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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How Perfect is That - Sarah Bird
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Blythe Young-a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair`s Becky Sharp-is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code Warrior-Blythe`s proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focus-her soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who`s been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition. How Perfect is That: Blythe Young-a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair`s Becky Sharp-is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code Warrior-Blythe`s proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focus-her soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who`s been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition., Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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Blythe Young-a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair`s Becky Sharp-is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code Warrior-Blythe`s proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focus-her soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who`s been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition. How Perfect is That: Blythe Young-a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair`s Becky Sharp-is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code Warrior-Blythe`s proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focus-her soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who`s been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition., Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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Blythe Younga wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair's Becky Sharpis plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public Blythe Younga wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair's Becky Sharpis plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every step of the Austin social ladder as she falls. Not unlike the country as a whole, Blythe has surrendered to a multitude of dubious moral choices and is now facing the disastrous consequences: bankruptcy, public humiliation, a teensy fondness for the pharmaceuticals, and no Pap smear for ten years. But worst of all, she is forced to move back into the fleabag co-op boardinghouse where she lived when she was a student at the University of Texas. Though Blythe cares much more about the ravaged state of her nails, and how to get the ingredients for Code WarriorBlythe's proprietary blend of Stoli, Ativan, and Red Bull that keeps everything in focusher soul is hanging in the balance. Only when she is in danger of losing the one friend who's been her true moral center is she ready to face her sins and make amends. And her penance is merciless: she must find a way to lure her former socialite friends into the tofu tenement she has been reduced to. Little does Blythe know that the ensuing collision between the pierced, tattooed, and dreadlocked inhabitants and the pampered, Kir-sipping socialites offers the only hope of finding a way out of her moral quagmire. Funny, fast-paced, sharp-eyed, an old-fashioned morality tale with an appropriately twenty-first-century ending, How Perfect Is That is a comic triumph of a novel. From the Hardcover edition. eBooks, Fiction~~Modern & Contemporary, How Perfect Is That~~EBook~~9780307269317~~Sarah Bird, , How Perfect Is That, Sarah Bird, 9780307269317, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 06/10/2008, , , , Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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Sarah Bird takes on Austin high society in this critically acclaimed, hilarious comedy of manners in which a newly divorced heroine eventually comes to realize what matters most in life. In social satirist Sarah Bird's seventh novel, Blythe Young is happily immersed in Austin society after she marries Trey Biggs-Dix, naively signing a strict prenuptial agreement insisted upon by her mother-in-law. But when that same mother-in-law lands a better catch for her Sarah Bird takes on Austin high society in this critically acclaimed, hilarious comedy of manners in which a newly divorced heroine eventually comes to realize what matters most in life. In social satirist Sarah Bird's seventh novel, Blythe Young is happily immersed in Austin society after she marries Trey Biggs-Dix, naively signing a strict prenuptial agreement insisted upon by her mother-in-law. But when that same mother-in-law lands a better catch for her son ten years later, Blythe, now thirty-three and childless, is unceremoniously dumped. Penniless, desperate, but determined, Blythe finds herself taking refuge at Seneca House, the housing co-op where she lived a decade ago in college. There she encounters her old college roommate, the sweet Millie Ott, one of the many friends Blythe shucked off during a frenzy of social climbing. Before long, Blythe comes face to face with her past sins and dubious moral choices, and under the unlikely tutelage of Millie, the eternal optimist, Blythe is finally able to discover the path to real happiness. Combining the wicked humor of David Sedaris with the hip, trendy style of Lauren Weisberger, this fast-paced, and sharply observed tale is a comic triumph of a novel. EBooks, Books~~Fiction~~General, How-Perfect-Is-That~~Sarah-Bird, 594108, How Perfect Is That, Sarah Bird, 0307269310, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, , , , , Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780307269317
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Publishing year: 6
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

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