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Summary of How To Be Single by Liz Tuccillo
The movie is not even remotely based off this book, it was the inspiration for a movie. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And neither does Tuccillo. It was quite clear to me.
There were moments in this book – warm and humourous, but overall I think this book is irritating and I am not the least bit suprised that Julie remains single.
She is currently living and dating in New York City. First, anyone single for that long will inevitably get stuck in their own head: What do I do now that they don’t need me tucciolo much anymore? None of the women have ever met before. It was hard to remember their actual ages as they were written and read younger. They were all train-wrecks that had no idea of who they were and what they wanted.
My grand affair was indeed coming to an end.
How to Be Single by Liz Tuccillo
Are you convinced by now? Second,the idea of being single forever is rolling around in our heads. It is a message that no matter what- your heart will be broken over and over, even once you think you’ve found the one. Her first novel, How to Be Single, was published in June There is no cultural immersion.
Juli Maybe because I have never really been single, I just found this trite. So when the book pleaded with me to feel sorry for Julie and her piss poor decisions and self-inflicted misery, it was completely out of luck. Julie in particular is shallow and unlikeable, even before she decides that her true love lies in an already married man no matter how open his marriage may be.
Jun 23, Linda Doyle rated it it was ok. What I DO relate to is a group of somewhat maniacal women who have been single adults for somewhere around 20 years, and are now faced with the very real possibility that this is it, no prince charming is coming for them. This was a directionless novel about a group of unapologetically self obsessed 38 year old single women. Some relationships work splendidly. But I’m single, so I can’t related to any of that. What I loved here, and made me laugh over and over, is how nutty we get at a certain age when we haven’t married.
The rest was offensive.
However, for those of us who have been through these stages, this book was funny, witty, entertaining Singlle read it in three days – and it’s been a busy three days. Maybe because I have never really been single, I just found this trite. I hate this book. She appears to hate travelling and does the exact same thing in every single place she goes – check into an lzi hotel and spend one night at a bar – and there you go, research finished.
Jun 14, April rated it it was amazing. I l This was an awesome, fun, inspiring read.
Book review: Liz Tuccillo’s *How to Be Single*
Wingle is a recent divorcee ready for the single life, but that could threaten what she holds most dear. I gave the book two stars, instead of one, because of the positive message it conveys in the end. May 18, J. Not a nice message to send to the world in a book. Please do not go in to reading this book expecting the movie or vice versa.
It’s a fun, quick read. I like the concept of this book.
The title should be: This is not a feel good book about “being single” and it kind of crushed my soul a bit. The overall feeling I got from the bo So, where do I start Oh god, how many more books can I read about something single women who live in New York before I want to shoot myself? I did, and it was fantastic! It just seemed so immature for them at 38, to still believe that a man will solve all their problems and is their key to happiness.
Fed up being single in Manhattan, Julie sets off to find out how women around the world deal with b dreaded phenomenon. This study guide contains the following sections: How to Be Single Book vs.