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A Última Noite no Chateau Marmont

3.51  ·  Rating Details ·  26,186 Ratings  ·  1,104 Reviews
Brooke e Julian estão casados há cinco anos e têm uma vida pacata e feliz em Nova Iorque. Mas o seu dia a dia está prestes a mudar radicalmente quando a carreira de Julian como músico alcança reconhecimento à escala nacional. Do dia para a noite, ambos passam a conviver com celebridades, a frequentar os locais mais exclusivos, a ser convidados para as festas mais mediática ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published January 10th 2012 by Editorial Presença (first published January 1st 2010)
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Dec 24, 2010 Andreea rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I remember liking The Devil Wears Prada when I read it a few years ago. So, finding myself in the airport and in need of a book for the plane I picked this one up, thinking it would be an OK chick flick. I usually don't have that high expectations from a chick flick, but this really disappointed me.
To begin with, the plot is not that bad. But it is also predictable and the path things are going is is not hard to foresee from the first chapters. There's Brooke, a nutritionist and her rockstar wa
Jun 12, 2012 Liviania rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If you've read a book by Lauren Weisberger before, you know the basics of the experience. It will be set in New York; it will deal with the difficulty of balancing careers and personal lives. Her books also have a nice authoritative tone - you feel like you're getting real dish.

Right now HBO is developing a miniseries about the history of Chateau Marmont. For those who haven't heard of it - I hadn't before Weisberger's LAST NIGHT AT CHATEAU MARMONT - it is a hotel that has been hosting celebriti
Samantha Janning
When I was asked to review Last Night at Chateau Marmont by Lauren Weisberger, I jumped at the chance. Who didn’t love The Devil Wears Prada? And I’m happy to report this book was just as great. The story follows happily married couple Julian and Brooke Alter. Brooke is working two jobs with the goal of starting her own nutrition business, and Julian is a struggling singer-songwriter hoping to hit it big. The couple’s world is rocked when Julian snags the attention of Hollywood big-wigs, and ove ...more
Love Fool
Dec 30, 2014 Love Fool rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Heartbreak, headlines and Hermes – welcome to Brooke's new world…

Brooke and Julian live a happy life in New York – she's the breadwinner working two jobs and he's the struggling musician husband. Then Julian is discovered by a Sony exec and becomes an overnight success – and their life changes for ever.

I wasn't excited to read this after seeing the rating but I'm a Lauren Weisberger fan and being a fan means reading every book they have written... and I'm glad I did. This book was surprisingly e
Apr 02, 2011 Agi rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2011
I loved "The Devil wears Prada". I liked "Everyone worth knowing". I have never came to the end of "Chasing Harry Winston", actually I have ended reading it after 1/4. "Last Night at Chateau Marmont"... The first half of this book was pretty slow for me. Just later, almost at the end, the book started to interest me and I wanted to know whathappened next. Although it was very predictable as well. IMHO, Lauren didn't have an idea what to do with the characters and how to build the tension. Dissap ...more
What I liked about this book:

- The characters. They were easily identifiable and unique, albeit sometimes stereotypical or tending to caricature (the wild and crazy best friend, the sleazy manager, the snobbish in-laws). Still, I enjoyed each one's appearance, and any one of them could have carried a scene by themselves.

- The dialogue. It read realistically, and each character had a distinct voice. There was an appropriate balance between humor, politeness, and the kinds of off-handed comments
Dec 03, 2010 Rosanne rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Kaitlyn Barrett
Mar 21, 2012 Kaitlyn Barrett rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: chicklits
Average NYC couple Brooke and Julian get thrown into the gossip rags when Julian finally breaks through and makes it big as a musician. Will their marriage survive his fame? Will he change too much for her to endure? Will she be able to fend off the soul stealing trappings of celebrity enough to continue her very average job as a nutritionist???

I loved Devil Wears Prada and Chasing Harry Winston and I thought this book was awful. Makes me sad.

I don't buy the speed with which Julian becomes famo
Apr 14, 2015 Wendy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I give this book 3 and a half stars. It wasn't a bad story but I just couldn't connect to the characters like I wanted to. This is another book that I normally wouldn't have picked up to read and the reason I did was because it was this month's book for my monthly book club. After reading some of the other reviews I gather that either most people loved it or hated it.
Divas BookBlog
Imagine this: You get a call from your mom, telling you she has a surprise for you. And you start getting excited because surprises are rare at your age and youre dying to find out what it is your mother has for you. Once your mother arrives all you want to do it rip her purse off her shoulder ( since you see nothing in her hands ) and search for your damn gift. keep calm and wait patiently for your mother to hand it over. Your blood starts pumping and you all of the sudden start to s ...more
Rebecca Scaglione
Aug 02, 2012 Rebecca Scaglione rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I am being completely honest when I say that I am not a huge fan of girlie books or movies. For instance, I’ve only seen one episode of “Sex and the City” and I wasn’t sure what the fuss was all about. This is probably why I don’t normally pick up books that are classified as chick lit.

One of my friends, Meri, recommended that I read “Last Night at Chateau Marmont” by Lauren Weisberger. She assured me that I’d enjoy it, and since Lauren Weisberger also wrote “The Devil Wears Prada” and I enjoyed
Jul 26, 2010 Tiffany rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
ISBN: 978-1-4391-3661-4
Publisher: Atria Books
Release date: 8/17/2010
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Wonderfully Addicting!

After five years of marriage Brook and Julian’s lives are catapulted into the spotlight of fame. Julian, a musician, catches his break and is quickly made into one of the most famous rock stars. Brooke, after working two jobs to help get Julian to this point, is in awe and amazement and couldn’t be more proud of her husband. Then the publicity hits, the con
Sep 13, 2012 Chelsey rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found the first chapter was hard to get into.
But, it really picked up after that. I totally got swept away by the story. The characters seemed alive to me, and I was very invested in knowing how it all worked out.
I could empathize with Brooke. The author did an incredible job of making her characters and their lives seem very believable (even though the idea of your husband becoming a rock start is pure fantasy! ha ha).

While I loved Brooke and Julian, I also enjoyed Nola. I wish she was my
Aug 24, 2010 Shea rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The first half of this book was pretty slow for me. It wasn’t until the last 150 pages or so when I didn’t want to put it down because I wanted to see what happened next. I felt like the exposition/buildup was way more than necessary, but I guess it was good in that it developed the characters pretty well.

I felt like (in my mind at least) there was a lot of buildup as to who was giving the tabs all their information/Brooke’s cell number. Because of that I kind of felt let down when you found out
Jul 01, 2014 Marie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I bought this book on a whim and I must say that at first, I really didn't like it too much. It wasn't until the shit hit the fan for good in the story that I finally found myself interested and then I tore through the thing within two days (I've actually read a couple of books between starting this one and finishing it).

So, despite the controversial options on Last Night, it's a really good story. Lots of drama, lots of things happening, lots of opportunities to curse at the characters and I fo
Apr 05, 2011 Bette rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ok, so from reading other reviews of this book, and having enjoyed reading The Devil Wears Prada but disliking Chasing Harry Winston I was torn about reading this book. So I was glad that I spotted it at my local library and decided I would test run it before seeing if I wanted to add it to my Lauren Weisberger collection.

I found the book incredibly easy to get into, I found the lead character Brooke a bit predictable but I found myself easily relating to her and imagining myself in her world.
Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books)
Compared to Chasing Harry Winston, Last Night at Chateau Marmont is a masterpiece. However, as just another chick-lit novel, it’s decent.

If I hated CHW book so much, why would I pick up another book by the same author? I suppose it’s my weak spot for musicians? Or the plot seemed a little bit more interesting? To be honest, I have no idea why I picked this up, but I’m not entirely regretting it.

Lauren Weisberger seemed to learn a bit more about characterization since she wrote CHW. I actually ha
Mar 29, 2016 Elinor rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I chose this book for a purely frivolous reason. Back in 1991 I spent a night at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. I was passing through and stayed at this iconic hotel frequented by the rich and the famous. It was a lovely place, but I didn't spot a single celebrity. The novel, I found, had very little to do with the hotel. Nevertheless, it was a fast and entertaining read about a rock star's sudden fame and how it almost ruined his marriage. If you like to read People magazine and soak up po ...more
Jun 21, 2012 Lisa rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I can't believe this is from the same author as The Devil Wears Prada because it's SO bad. The dialogue is bad, the characters are weak, Brooke never confronts Julien about any of the things that really matter and just falls back into his arms on the pretense that he'd do the right thing. And The fact that this soulful's singer #1 hit is about his baby brother he never knew who died from SIDS, 30 some odd years prior is ridiculous and sounds like Weisberger is working out her own issues. That's ...more
Laura Martone
Apr 06, 2015 Laura Martone rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is only the second Weisberger novel I've read, but I savored it just as much - if not more - than THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA. For one thing, I felt great empathy for Brooke, the protagonist, and her struggle to balance her own needs and desires against the public and private demands imposed by her husband's sudden fame.
Nik's Nook
This book was okay. Not great. Not terrible. I liked the story line & liked the character of Brooke enough to care what happened to her. I definitely wasn't crazy about all the "ohmigod"s.
Beaucoup moins bien que le Diable s'habille en Prada à mon avis. Des personnages un peu cliché, une fin décevante car trop optimiste à mon avis, bref, pas indispensable...
Apr 17, 2015 Karen rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A basic, fun trashy kind of summer read (even though it's not yet summer).
Apr 04, 2015 Anna rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another quick airplane ride read. The story line was cute and enjoyable.
Shakeelah Solomon
I wan't very impressed by this book. The characters were flat and it was anticlimactic to say the least.

The main character, Brooke, was boring and I feel that as a grown woman of thirty, she could have communicated better with her newly turned rock-star husband, Julian.

Julian, a struggling musician, came across as selfish and insensitive towards his wife who had morally and financially supported him throughout their marriage as he crawled his way to success. Then when he finally makes the big ti
Aug 26, 2016 Angy rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Ehrlich gesagt weiß ich gar nicht mehr genau, warum ich das Buch in meine letzte Bestellung mit dazu gepackt habe. Vermutlich überzeugte mich das Zitat, das Buch würde die Welt der Stars auf witzige und intelligente Art aufs Korn nehmen (womit ich eindeutig geködert werden konnte), oder ich hatte einfach mal wieder Lust auf eine seichte Lektüre und ein "typisches Mädchenbuch".

Wenn man mal von der doch ziemlich seichten Handlung absieht, fand ich das Buch grundsätzlich auch gar nicht schlecht, nu
Marta Napodano
Having thoroughly enjoyed 'The Devil wears Prada' I was lured by another Weisberger novel which does indeed display expected New York city settings and vibes, with a relationship struggling between ambition and emotions- however, I felt the whole atmosphere to be distant from the author's glamorous and fascinating descriptions of an elitarian world, thus perhaps lacking in real sentiment. The plot does have potential as we see the struggle of protagonist Brooke, an affirmed and extremely capable ...more
Laura Crosse
Ugh.... I spent most of this book feeling extremely frustrated with both of the main characters. Brooke because she was so weak and stupid and never said what she meant. Julian because he was so thoughtless and uncaring to his, albeit fairly stupid but previously very supportive, wife.

So Julian and Brooke are the average couple in the beginning of this book. Brooke works two jobs as a nutritionist to support Julian in his quest to become a successful musician. Eventually he actually gets his big
Jessie Frederick
Jun 02, 2016 Jessie Frederick rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Not at all
Shelves: 2016, owned
I've never read "The Devil Wears Prada," but I liked the movie and figured the book had to be good if it got made into a movie. So when I saw this book many years ago, I picked it up thinking this author could write. Boy was I wrong....

This story lacked so much substance, tension, and excitement. The plot was painfully predictable and didn't seem reflective of real life at all. The characters were boring and flat, and I didn't find anything likable about them. Overall, this seems like something
Weisenberger is handicapped by her background of fashion magazine and fashion in general, which is good addition to descriptions in a story where it does not irk as it does at serious points. A woman notices her own and her friend's and others' clothings in detail - fine; but does she do so when her life is falling apart, and even if so, does the reader have to wait wading through what everyone is wearing to get to important points such as what is going to happen to her life? In a film one can i ...more
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Lauren Weisberger was born March 28, 1977, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a locale recently made even more chic, if possible, by The Office. She was joined four years later by sister Dana, a.k.a. The Family Favorite, and moved to Allentown, Pennsylvania, at age eleven. At Parkland High School, Lauren participated in all sorts of projects, activities, and organizations for the sole purpose of padding h ...more
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