The Rise and Fall of a Domestic Diva - Sarah May Reviews
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Newest Review: ... up and coming street that is Prendergast road and all the families that live on there. The story starts with Kate and her ... more
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by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 185 readings)
After managing to work my through the books I received off my mum for my birthday, (my mum bought me the entire twilight series!), I decided to start the books my sister brought for me, hence the review. The book I will now review is - "The rise and fall of a domestic diva, by Sarah May" I have a terrible habit of judging a book by it's cover, so when I first saw this book I was more than hopeful of a great read, the cover is vibrant and eye catching in colour and design with the tag line that this book is a "black hearted soap opera" and also likened to Desperate housewives, I suddenly felt ready for a change from reading about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I do read a lot, and I recently saw this book in the chart is my local bookstore, and on the cover it has a quote from Elle magazine and on described on the back cover as "the perfect read" by Penny Smith. So I purchased it. The cover also labels this as a 'darkly comic tale', and the story centres about the families living on Prendergast Road, who all have a four year old, and are all trying to get their child an admission place in the best school in the area, and how far they would go to acheive this. This book definitely isn't light-hearted and humourous and if the title make this book sound like a girly 'chick lit' title, it really ... Read the complete review
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