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Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution and Triumph of Modern Female Friendship
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  • Title: Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution and Triumph of Modern Female Friendship
  • Author: Kayleen Schaefer
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback

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Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution and Triumph of Modern Female Friendship

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  1. Betsy Kipnissays:

    Ugh This book was a complete waste of time The author is self indulgent and weaves her fantastic state of friendship affairs in and out of historic discusssion of the evolution of feminine friendship as represented on television I read to avoid television and reading this book is like watching all the television shows I ve avoided sans Sex In The City The author replays way too much of mentioned show episodes, and as a premise this hardly reads as a sociological analysis but as a bunc Ugh This b [...]

  2. Martasays:

    This book is just a buzzfeed article about 20 reasons Your Galentine s Day Gal is More than Your BFF She s Your LITERAL SOUL MATE no homo But instead of Galentine s Day GIFs the author writes things like Galentine s Day was introduced to the world by Leslie Knope, a fictional midlevel bureaucrat in an Indiana parks and recreation department on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation The real question this book shaped listicle poses is who, or WHAT, wrote it Was it written by a real human This [...]

  3. Danielle Hsays:

    I feel it s appropriate to say that I texted one of my friends while reading, I am legit holding back tears reading this book at work because a girl s best friend died and I can t process the idea of you being dead She is a person I text when I get home There are so many of her and I am so incredibly lucky to have all of these women in my life who support me and love me and get me and let me tell them in so many ways, Let s keep talking Would really recommend to anyone who has ever l I feel it s [...]

  4. Dinasays:

    I couldn t figure out what about this book rubbed me the wrong way until after I finished it.The incredibly patronizing author really doesn t have a clue.There were parts that resonated and made sense, but the author kept going on and on about how she shunned female friendships her whole life, how she looked down on women who had squads, and how she was of a man s girl and related to men than to women Then one day, she meets a girl in her office that GASP likes beer and yoga I couldn t figure ou [...]

  5. Meredith B. (readingwithmere)says:

    DNFFirst, I hate not finishing books I have the personality that I like to see something all the way through to the end but I just couldn t spend my time on this one This was our June book club pick and I really wanted to like it but I just didn t.This book is all about the female friendship and how it s evolved over time Honestly, I think the biggest issue I had with this book is that it s simply not relate able to me in the least Do I have close female friends Yes Do I cherish their frie DNFFi [...]

  6. Jensays:

    I wanted to like this book but I just didn t It was too chatty, anecdotal, heavy on pop culture references and felt very specific to young, white privileged middle or upper middle class women s experiences I don t know, I m not sure what I wanted from this book but I didn t get it Like, obviously female friendship is extremely powerful and rewarding and my best friend is basically like my life partner but this book didn t really illuminate anything for me and I just didn t care for the st I want [...]

  7. Stacey Kimmelsays:

    I wanted to like this book, but I was hoping for something well researched and thoughtful Instead I found it repetitive and sophomoric I returned after the second chapter, which focused on, of all things, the movie Beaches I would not have thought this movie worthy of than a paragraph, but she spends a CHAPTER on it, recounting the plot, how it differs from the book, and actor actress reminiscences of its making She claims that there are no movies about female friendship, and no literat I wanted [...]

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