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eBook Dead Sexy ePub

by Kathy Lette

  • ISBN: 074324804X
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Kathy Lette
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: London: Simon & Schuster UK Ltd. (2003)
  • Pages: 400
  • ePub book: 1471 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1495 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 650

Description

Kathy Lette first achieved literary success as a teenager with Puberty Blues.

Kathy Lette first achieved literary success as a teenager with Puberty Blues. After years as a newspaper columnist and television sitcom writer, she went on to write the novels Girls' Night Out, The Llama Parlour, Foetal Attraction, Mad Cows, Alter Ego, and Nip 'n' Tuck -all international bestsellers. I think Kathy Lette cobbled this book together because she thought she had to or her publisher told her to. It was so full of silly plot lines that I skipped pages wondering when it was going to be funny. I think the author tried too hard to be funny and the book, in consequence, was ridiculous. Библиографические данные.

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Kathy Lette (born 11 November 1958) is an Australian author who has written a number of bestselling books. Persondata NAME Lette, Kathy ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Australian author DATE OF BIRTH 11 November 1958 PLACE OF BIRTH Sydney, Australia DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH. Источник: Kathy Lette. Другие книги схожей тематики: Автор.

Author of 16 books, the latest of which is 'Best Laid Plans Подписчиков: 34 тыс.

Author of 16 books, the latest of which is 'Best Laid Plans. Read at your own risqué. I only write because it's cheaper than therapy.

Kathryn Marie Lette (born 11 November 1958) is an Australian-British author who has written a number of bestselling books. Born in Sydney's southern suburbs, she first attracted attention in 1979 as the co-author (with friend Gabrielle Carey) of Puberty Blues, a strongly autobiographical, proto-feminist teen novel about two 13-year-old southern suburbs girls attempting to improve their social status by ingratiating themselves with the "Greenhills gang" of surfers.

Dead Sexy Lette, Kathy Random House 9781784162771 : If love is blind then marriage is sure to open your eyes. When she decides to go on a reality show, Shelly isn& sure what she& in for. Кол-во: о цене Наличие: Отсутствует. Возможна поставка под заказ. При оформлении заказа до: 17 янв 2020 Ориентировочная дата поставки: Середина Февраля При условии наличия книги у поставщика.

A satire on the Sex War set on an idyllic honeymoon island.

If you’re looking for a funny, frivolous yet feisty new read, do take me to bed with you. Satisfaction guaranteed! Show all my books << . Best Laid Plans. A satire on the Sex War set on an idyllic honeymoon island.

Dead Sexy - Kathy Lette. I don’t recall reading the book so much as devouring it. I was fascinated. The honesty of the story makes it hysterical and terrifying at the same time. Praise for Dead Sexy. Funny, irreverent, smart.

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Comments

Gugrel Gugrel
This book kept me laughing about til about half way through and then even though it was sort of a cliche' about men and women..I had to see how it ended. Happily of course as all romance type novels should. There were a few erotic moments just to keep you hooked. I'd say all in all it's a great book for a day in the sun. Not Shakespeare but entertaining nonetheless.
Black_Hawk_Down. Black_Hawk_Down.
Kathy Lette is officially hilarious. Her storyline about a reality tv show where the bride & groom are picked by computer is superbly done. I am reading it for the second time & still wiping tears of laughter with the corner of my sleeve because I don’t want to put the book down & go & find some tissues. 336 pages of humour is a hard act to pull off. The few characters make the book easy reading, and they are as convincing as bottles of Bollinger in the hands of Christian Grey in his sexy scenes.
Swordsong Swordsong
I think Kathy Lette cobbled this book together because she thought she had to or her publisher told her to. It was so full of silly plot lines that I skipped pages wondering when it was going to be funny. I think the author tried too hard to be funny and the book, in consequence, was ridiculous.
The stereotyped characters and cliches in the book turned me right off.
Anarasida Anarasida
The plot seemed neat enough, and I thought it would be really good based on that fact, but I was seriously wrong. I didn't even finish the book it was so terrible. I read to chapter 4 in the hopes it would get beeter, but it didn't. It was super confusing with all the verbiage used. It was just too hard to follow along with the sentences with all the superfluous stuff going on. I can't beleive that people actually liked this book! I'm so glad I only checked it out from the library and didn't have to pay even a penny for this one!
Darksinger Darksinger
I picked up this book after searching for hours at the bookstore. I wanted something light and fun to read after oral surgery. Plus it was on the Bargain Table (now I know why). Reading the back of this book, I thought it might fit the bill. Needless to say, I'd rather sit through more mouth surgery than read this drivel. Awful! The book reads like it was written by a 12 year old. I was so bored and disgusted that I put this book down after just a few pages and stred out a window for awhile (that was more entertaining than the book!) Run from this book!
Qutalan Qutalan
I didn't think it was possible for a book filled with such clichés and ridiculous plot lines to actually be published. The over-verbalization of every sentence is painful to read and distracting from the story itself. Example: "Lust jitterbugged in her gusset". Seriously, what? When I first picked it up, I thought it had actually potential. Admittedly it had a few laugh out loud lines but generally that was ruined by the unrealistic interaction between the characters and the storyline that even the writers from Passions would scoff at. The ending itself caused me to throw the book across the room in utter astonishment that someone had taken the time to edit, publish and market. This is possibly the worst book I have ever read.
Quashant Quashant
I decided to read this book after reading Kathy's new book, 'To love, honour and Betray' - I should not have bothered.
I probably should have read the reviews here first.
This book is so very silly, it is full of sarcastic and convoluted sentences, main characters that you never bond with and silly plot lines.
I will probably try some of her other books after I can forget about this one!.