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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. I have to be completely honest: I took it with me on vacation to Cabo and within the first chapter, I was a bit put off. The writing at the beginning is a little Anyway, I put the book down on my first poolside day and kind of forgot about it. However, I threw it in my bag recently and now I am pretty into it.

The writing is not the best but perhaps I should not have been expecting so much. The book is entertaining, the characters and story suck you in, and I want to know what happens. That is good considering I have seen the movie. Give it a try!! I am aware that I usually have a bit of a hard go at reading a book when I have seen the movie because I have a hard time separating the actors from the literary characters.

This is the reason it took me forever to read The Talented Mr. site Edition Verified download. I really enjoyed reading this story, as it has themes that many people can relate to. Everyone loves talking about that especially awful boss! There were 2 small things that annoyed me, but not enough to detract from my enjoyment of the book: That guy sounded like such a dweeb that I was honestly happy the relationship didn't last.

I was rooting for Andy to get together with the hot writer and dump her irritating boyfriend. The fact that you would live in the same city and not live together in the same apartment with your boyfriend after finishing college sounds totally unrealistic to me and like they were just asking for their relationship to end.

No wonder they saw so little of each other that the relationship became unsustainable! On a related note, Alex and Andy refusing to spend the night together in the old apartment before Andy moved to her new apartment so as not to create an "awkward" situation with the parents also came across as unrealistically prudish, unless they are religious and have made a pledge of no sex before marriage, which did not appear to be the case in this story.

It sounds like cruel and unusual punishment to treat someone that way when they already have to deal with a horrible boss and don't have much of a choice over their schedule and free time. I don't know anyone who would treat their loved ones that way, unless they were themselves selfish and thoughtless.

Other than those 2 small things, this was a really fun, easy read which mirrors the movie quite well. Andrea Sachs dreams of a publishing job with the New Yorker but knows she must pay her dues first. She takes a job as assistant to the editor of a fashion magazine. Her boss, Miranda, is a tyrant demanding unimaginable things all the while belittling Andrea and others in the firm. Andrea has no free time and her personal relationships suffer. Finally, she is pushed too far.

It is an interesting look inside the fashion industry. Though not sure how real the depiction is I did not see the movie to make a comparison.

The book was enjoyable. I can understand giving your all to further your career and letting your private life suffer for a time. But - Andrea stayed too long hurting all relationships, some beyond repair.

Don't understand the hype for this book. I found the heroine annoying, and it is rare that I prefer a movie over the book but that was the case here. At least Anne Hathaway's character was believable and sympathetic. I could understand Meryl Streep's character and although over bearing, she was still real. The book's Miranda was not real. I stuck with it to the end just to get there.

This book explained more in detail that the movie did not show. That is not surprising, and some facts such as Andy smoking and Lily involved in another career move. But I did like the ending as stated in the book. The book is in a narrative form and of course Hollywood added and removed some episodes. You have to read the book to find out how it all came together. One person found this helpful.

Well written and held my attention even though I know nothing about fashion or designers. The "action" in the book might have worked better in the visual movie form, but I haven't seen the movie to compare. I would recommend for a quick easy read, but I have no interest in reading the sequel.

The boss, the "devil" of the title, remains exactly the same from beginning to end—possibly intentionally, but I thought the Hollywood treatment of her, though formulaic, was more satisfying. These things would have cheesed me off more if I hadn't discovered that the whole thing was written by a year-old, because lord knows I never could have written something as impressive as this at that age, so I'm willing to cut a great deal of slack.

And the truth is, it is an enjoyable read on a page-to-page basis, even if the whole book isn't altogether satisfying. Empty calories. View all 3 comments. Oct 14, Erica rated it did not like it Recommends it for: View all 5 comments. Jul 25, Belinda rated it did not like it Recommends it for: NO ONE.

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I could write for three days about how much I hated this book. I still can't believe I finished it, and the only explanation I have is that it was kind of like not being able to look away from a trainwreck.

Actually, "trainwreck" is a compliment to this thing.

It assumes that it was, at some point, on track. Not so. Sep 05, Casey rated it did not like it Shelves: This book was terrible, and I'm someone who enjoys chick lit. The Devil Wears Prada is a roman-a-clef by Lauren Weisberger, a mediocre writer who takes herself too seriously. The plot is just a series of bad decisions made by the novel's unlikeable protagonist Andy Sachs, who thinks the best way to become a writer for the New Yorker is by becoming an assistant at a Vogue style magazine for a year.

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Andy spends most of the novel whining about her mundane entry-level job and stealing designer cloth This book was terrible, and I'm someone who enjoys chick lit.

Andy spends most of the novel whining about her mundane entry-level job and stealing designer clothes from the sample room. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that the author has a worrying lack of knowledge about fashion, publishing, and human behavior in general. Sure, it's a quick read, but there are better things you could do with your time. Like staring at the wall, or counting the dots on the ceiling. View 1 comment. I saw the movie before I read the book. Several times, in fact.

The Devil Wears Prada is one of those movies that they play on TV quite regularly, and is one of those movies that I almost always watch when it is.

So when I saw the book in th 2. Get it, now. Also, make a reservation at that one place I went to last month. And get my lunch. Just saying. There was also the case of Nigel. Thank God that they gave that role to Stanley Tucci, because he turned it into something fantastic.

I think you get the idea — annoying, shoot him, please. While I read the book quite quickly, I still found it too long. That gets old very quickly. Nevertheless, I really liked the storyline in general, and it had some funny bits.

If you can handle that, then I see no reason why you should not enjoy this book. Dec 26, Alaina rated it did not like it Shelves: Reading crime for the month of January.

I saw the movie first. I loved the movie. This is the first time I have read this book. I didn't like the book. Before I begin I should say some nice words. It was like re-watching the movie again but in my head. I'd rather watch the movie - it was less painful. The Devil Wears Prada was not a perfect book. It really wasn't.

It was beyond terrible. It had so many flaws that I do Reading crime for the month of January. It had so many flaws that I don't really want to talk about them. Step one: If you are of drinking age, open the god damn bottle and pour yourself an "Alaina Pour. Step two: Take a huge sip when any character annoys you. I just couldn't like her.

Not even wine could make me like her. This whole not liking her made me so sad because I liked her character a hell of a lot more in the movie but that's probably due to the amazing Anne Hathaway. Step three: Skim through the boring parts. HA - just kidding! Don't do that. Suffer instead. Enjoy Andy whining throughout the entire book.

The entire time I was reading this book, I was whining about her whining and how I would rather participate in a star wars movie marathon. I don't like any of the Star Wars movies. I didn't see the one that came out in December with my family and I'm pretty sure I slept during the movie before that.

I have no regrets - best nap of my life! Sorry to all the Star Wars lovers. I tried to get into them but yeah.. I can't. More for you? Step four: If you see this book.. Apr 27, Rebecca McNutt rated it really liked it Shelves: The Devil Wears Prada I have yet to see the film adaptation , is a quite bizarre yet creative and comedic book that anyone who has ever worked a lousy job will be able to relate to.

Aug 12, Megan rated it it was amazing. Jun 06, Briar's Reviews rated it it was amazing Shelves: I first read this book in my first year of high school for a book report we could choose ANY book we want, and I was obsessed with the film version of this novel at the time.

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Since it's been This book was super popular and a sequel has come out which is currently sitting on my to-read shelves waiting for me to dig into it in recent years. For those who don't know about the first book in this series, I first read this book in my first year of high school for a book report we could choose ANY book we want, and I was obsessed with the film version of this novel at the time.

For those who don't know about the first book in this series, we are following Andrea or Andy who gets a job at a famous, fashion magazine similar to Vogue which is run by the insane workaholic Miranda Priestly.

Andrea believes this is the step she needs to get into her journalism career! A job at a high end fashion magazine! But, as we all know, nothing is ever that simple.

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The movie is not the same as the book, but I like the think the quality of both are insanely good! Despite being different in plot, tone and character personalities, both works were fantastic!

If you haven't read the book, I highly suggest it. It's unique and dramatic! Andrea's journey involves her changing and sometimes growing along the way, as she encounters all of the antics of being in the fashion world: This book is in it's own niche market - it became really popular, but it's not for everyone. The humor is a type of special, especially since you are following Andrea's life fall apart.

For me, it's a five star book! It's interesting to watch the plot spiral out of control as your begging the author to give Andrea some type of happiness in the end. But honestly? It's kind of how life is - not perfect. Andrea is NOT perfect and she's definitely not the most likable character, but I grew to like her knowing all of the horror she was going through. Five out of five stars!! Jun 26, Nicola rated it did not like it Shelves: Well, that was a waste of time. I LOVE the film.

It's one of my favourites and I've seen it dozens of times. The book, however, was not even remotely impressive. The dialogue was just so I felt no emotion in any of the characters and none of them really felt individual to me. I couldn't bring myself to care about any of them and their interactions seemed so stiff and forced.

Most of the book is taken up with references to fashion labels, so much so that it was like reading one big giant Well, that was a waste of time. Most of the book is taken up with references to fashion labels, so much so that it was like reading one big giant advertisement.

I am quite disappointed but I guess it's just a rare case of the movie actually being better than the book. Mar 14, Megan Johnson rated it liked it.

I really wasn't that into this book. There were some parts of the book that were great, but mostly it was a VERY slow read and pretty hard to get into. I had high expectations for this book and it did not deliver! View 2 comments. Jan 26, Cassandra Babino rated it did not like it. I was really disappointed and on a side note Feb 19, R rated it did not like it. It's funny how you forget about a book. Then, I saw the movie and thought "I know it's been a while, but I really don't remember all this happening" - so, when I saw the book on the charity table, I figured it's only a quid, why not.

Criminey, the things you forget - like what a whiney and generally unlikeable person the main character is.

She bitches, she moans and she ess It's funny how you forget about a book. She bitches, she moans and she essentially steals from the company and we're supposed to like her?? It's the "something for nothing" mentality that really drags the book down - she seems to think that she can do a year as an admin and it's worth 3 years anywhere else - but somehow, that isn't going to involve work. Oct 10, Syndi rated it really liked it. Oh I love this chick lit.

I enjoy the movie. I can relate to the characters. Having a nightmare boss who demands everything must be ready for her, is just funny as hell. This is the ultimate chick lit. Dec 30, Jamie rated it it was amazing.

Where to start with this one! Seldom have I ever read a book that actually made my blood boil with rage, but this did it! I can, unfortunately, relate to the utter misery that Andy faces while at Runway, while my own clearly does not amount to her cataclysmic year of agony.

Having seen the movie well over 20 times, I found the book to be very little like the movie in most regards. The book is far more depressing, but far more real, and thus far more enjoyable. If you've never read this book, do s Where to start with this one! If you've never read this book, do so in order to gain a glimpse into what total suffering can be.

That Miranda believes Hermes scarves are disposable, and you must keep a life-time supply on hand at all times. That eight stone is fat. That you can charge cars, manicures, anything at all to the Runway account, but you must never, ever, leave your desk, or let Miranda's coffee get cold. And that at 3 a. Most of all, Andrea knows that Miranda is a monster who makes Cruella de Vil look like a fluffy bunny.

But also that this is her big break, and it's going to be worth it in the end. Isn't it?The Snow Bride. Continue shopping. Feb 19, R rated it did not like it. And even if she survives, she has to decide whether or not the job is worth the price of her soul.

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