[ Reading ] ➹ The World Is Full of Divorced Women Author Jackie Collins – Anguillais.us

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The World Is Full of Divorced Women
  • Jackie Collins
  • English
  • 17 August 2018
  • 9780330284868

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  1. says:

    Being a huge fan of Jackie Collins, I expect great things from her novels They are simply the best guilty pleasure a book lover can have Terrible language, far fetched plots and irritating characters, but boy can we not get enough of them It s like binge watching reality TV, you know you shouldn t and it probably isn t good for the soul but you can t pull your eyes away.So it saddens me to say, I am hugely disappointed with this book of hers It just lacked everything I expect from one of her novels Yes there was the bad language, the annoying characters but what was seriously lacking was a far fetched plot Or just any plot really This almost felt like a writing exercise Collins decided to publish to make a bit money, I mean where was this going There was no ending at all Cleo had the potential to be a huge character involved in a huge plot with a big twist but this novel was just so lacking Literally by the first chapter I knew where this was going Normally when I read Collins, I know for a fact it won t turn out how I imagine, this author has no qualms about killing characters or destroying their lives, so what the hell was going on in this It was so mundane, so bluh Nothing ab...

  2. says:

    I have never heard of Jackie Collins before and post reading this book, I realised why This is what is actually referred to as cheap literature but boi, there s no denying that we love reading something stupid once in or let s make it most of the time for me I finished this book within couple of hours I remember picking up during a sale in the month of November I remember that because I write dates on the day the book was purchased To be honest, it was never on my reading list but my maid accidentally dropped it from the wrack while cleaning the room I picked it up and as usual I didn t have much to do so I thought of giving it a try Well This cheap literature turned out to be unputdownable It s all about Hollywood, multiple marriages, suicides, depression and casual sex Casual is an understatement here These men...

  3. says:

    Why was this book even on my kindle But I thought I d give it a chance I vaguely remember reading a Jackie Collins 30 years ago it couldn t be that bad.How wrong can I be Happy to admit it was almost a total waste of my time I finished the book by means of sheer optimism surely something meaningful must happen But no, I found myself musing over how shallow Collins life must be if this is her idea of entertainment Various cliched women falling f...

  4. says:

    Another trash sorry novel, read way back You have to just keep reading until the end

  5. says:

    Jackie Collins books are what I call my guilty pleasure As an English Drama graduate I feel I ought to read high brow novels but a bit of Jackie Collins is always a pleasure This is one of her early books and although not as well written as some of her recent books, it wa...

  6. says:

    Maybe 2.5 starsIt was well written Lots of characters with various situations and interactions But it was the content I did not care for It was definitely a 70 s book.Lots of infidelity, divorce and marriag...

  7. says:

    Jackie Collins books are my comfort blanket I m always guaranteed a great read and fabulous characters This was no different Loved the independence of Cleo James too.

  8. says:

    One of the most awful books I ve ever read There are so many different stories going on, and none of them seem to belong together All the women are in terrible marriages with cheating husbands No one has a happy ending, or at least I m...

  9. says:

    Unplugged life.

  10. says:

    Wow, again, the tangled webs we weave I ve been really enjoying her books and sadly I do believe they portray real lives in Hollywood.

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