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Candid, fun, optimistic—and at times, down right embarrassing—this book is for the gal in all of us who has caught or survived the wedding virus.

'The Wedding Virus' is a term that describes how all things love and marriage seem to spread like a virus across groups of friends and women regardless of location or status. A literary snack for the modern woman, Natalie Shell’s
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published May 4th 2015 (first published April 27th 2015)
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Taylor Knight
Jun 02, 2015 rated it liked it
Sent to me by author in exchange for an honest review

If I hadn't been sent this book for review, I wouldn't have picked it out for myself. That being said I did like it more then I thought I would.

The Wedding Virus is about 112 pages but it felt like a full length novel. I'm not sure why that is but it just does. It felt complete by the end of the book and I felt feel like it was too short.

I feel like this book is meant for a very specific market. And I'm not sure I'm really in that niche. I cou
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Annie McDonnell
Jun 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
“The Wedding Virus and Other Snippets” is a very engaging book…no pun intended!
This story was like a conversation with a close friend….I simply adored the execution of this book. It was a very funny, light-hearted read...anytime, anywhere! Natalie Shell’s take on this time in our lives was so spot on ~ each snippet reminded me of someone, if not myself.
I definitely had the “Wedding Virus” well before I even met my husband. This time in my life has passed, but I enjoyed the reminiscing. Each rem
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Amanda
Nov 05, 2016 rated it liked it
It was cute. Read it bc I'm in full wedding mode and needed something funny/lighthearted to read. Nothing ground breaking, but did the trick to make me giggle. Worth the $3 on kindle while wedding planning.
Kassandra Grunewald
May 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely loved it! Have since bought 3 other copies - as it makes a great gift.
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Natalie Shell is an Australian design thinker, storyteller & coach.
In addition to spurting Chick Lit she's one half of Apartmentdiet.com, ex-Product Manager & UX Junkie at Wix.com and a former Change Consultant.
An avid traveller, she has lived and worked in 5 countries. These days she lives in Tel Aviv with her Mr. and their son.
Previously thought to be immune, she caught and survived the
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