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The Last Single Woman in America by Cindy Guidry
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Apr 25, 2011

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Read from April 25 to May 22, 2011

This is another unconventional book. It's a collection of essays and although some parts repeat itself, because it's all by one author, it doesn't read as a linear story. I liked the majority of the essays and most were pretty funny, but I'm not a huge fan of essay collections although if you didn't know it was set up that way, you might not be sure that that's what it was. I could definitely see this book being made into a chick flick type of movie, it's set up nicely for that. It's a fun beach read kind of book, nothing too memorable, but you won't be upset that you spent time reading it. Being a single woman in America, a lot of the stories spoke to me, but the author is in her 40s, and me being in my 20s, I couldn't relate to some points she was at in her life, like the essay about her biological clock going off, but that's okay, still a good read that I might give another go if I need a good book for vacation someday.

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