Review: How to Be Single by Liz Tuccillo

Posted February 5th, 2009 by in 2009 Read, 3.00 Wine Glasses, Reviews / 0 comments

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Review: How to Be Single by Liz TuccilloSource: Kindle Freebie Book

Format: eBook
How to Be Single by Liz Tuccillo


Date Read: January 2009

Genre: Biography, Non-Fiction
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It's the most annoying question and they just can't help asking you:

Why are you single?

On a brisk October morning in New York, Julie Jenson, a single thirty-eight-year-old book publicist, gets a hysterical phone call from her friend Georgia. Reeling from her husband's announcement that he is leaving her for a samba teacher, Georgia convinces a reluctant Julie to organize a fun girls' night out with all of their single friends to remind her why it is so much fun not to be tied down.

But the night becomes a wake-up call for Julie because none of her friends seem to be having much fun: Alice, a former legal aid attorney has recently quit her job to start dating for a living; Serena, who is so busy becoming a fully realized person that she can't find time to look for a mate; and Ruby, a curvy and compassionate woman, has been mourning the death of her cat for months.

Fed up being single in Manhattan, Julie sets off to find out how women around the world deal with this dreaded phenomenon. From Paris to Rio to Sydney, Bali, Beijing, Mumbai, and Reykjavik, Julie falls in love, gets her heart broken, sees the world, and learns more than she ever dreamed possible. Written in Liz Tuccillo's pitch-perfect, hilarious, and relatable voice, How to Be Single is the ultimate novel for the adventurer in us all.

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Publisher: Atria

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Overall Rating: 3.00

How to Be Single was a decent read.  It was hard to get into but the idea of the book was a good one.  Basically a woman in her late-30’s decides to figure out how single women all over the world handled being single.  She visited France, Australia, India, and a few other places.  It was a good idea.  Along the way, you also get updates on her friends back in New York (this is where the book was a little thin and harder to read) and their problems with their singledom.  If this sounds familiar it is because Liz Tuccillo is one of the writers of the book He’s Just Not that into You and also a writer for the show Sex in the City.  Her writing is good, there are just parts of the book I did not find entertaining.

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