Stephanie Spines's Reviews > 20-Something, 20-Everything: A Quarter-Life Woman's Guide to Balance and Direction

20-Something, 20-Everything by Christine Hassler
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Sep 20, 11

Read from July 27 to August 03, 2011

Too airy fairy for me. Too superficial and too basic. This book lacked the philosophical analysis of being directionless, anxious and young that I needed. Also written from a particular point of view that is completely irrelevant to my life, especially in terms of privilege.
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Stephanie Spines I feel like a total ass reading this but...

Mariam Oh oh! lol

Mariam I've had it for over 4 years.. finally decided to give it a try... but your review though.... lol

Stephanie Spines Haha, well what did you think about it?

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Marjorie Hi Stephanie, I just wanted to say thanks for your review because you clearly explained what dissapointed you with the book, which is of interest to me because I am in the process of writing a book on the same topic. Could you give me any feedback on what would make a more hard-hitting and helpful book on this subject?

Corinne love your review. I am glad I was not the only one who thought this was written for a privileged population.

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