Ex and the City

Ex and the City An honest and achingly funny account of the horrors of being dumped that finds comedy in love s most painful moments

  • Title: Ex and the City
  • Author: Alexandra Heminsley
  • ISBN: 9780330452427
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • An honest and achingly funny account of the horrors of being dumped that finds comedy in love s most painful moments.

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      Published :2018-09-08T17:11:07+00:00

    1 thought on “Ex and the City”

    1. This book is something for leisure & light read. I found myself laughed at some points where the statement fitted me perfectly. I don't suggest this book for any heartbroken people who are just going through a fresh cut but to people who has already moved on ;)

    2. Premetto che i manualetti di auto-aiuto non sono proprio il mio genere.A dire la verità credo che il più delle volte siano operazioni furbette, tutte scopiazzate da un originale che ha lanciato la moda, e soprattutto inutili nel migliore dei casi. Sì perché finché chiunque senza alcun titolo può improvvisarsi esperto di vita e impartire lezioni non è così remota la possibilità che le suddette lezioni siano sbagliate e pericolose. In ogni caso un po' per burla un po' seriamente mi è sta [...]

    3. Una obra que nos habla de los errores que cometemos cuando queremos retener a alguien en nuestras vidas que ya es pasado. No es ni una guía ni una novela, es cómo una mezcla de las dos cosas, en forma de auto biografía amorosa de la autora.Muy entretenido y aunque yo no soy de libros de auto ayuda, éste me sacó una sonrisa en un momento en que lo necesitaba.Para leer si pasas por circunstancias similares y para prestar, porqué no, a otras amigas que les pase lo mismo, quizá no es la soluc [...]

    4. I read this book because it was a gift from a friend of mine. She moved away and didn't want to take it with her, and I'm not one for throwing books away. I didn't have any new books at that time so I gave it a go. It's not my usual genre, and I know why again. I found it hard to get through the book, the reading a bit bumpy and dragging along. It definitely wasn't a page turner for me. I wanted to finish it to see if it got better in the end. It didn't. Just not my cup of tea, and I found most [...]

    5. well that was a load of drivel. ive never been dumped and im in a super stable relationship so i couldnt relate on any level. maybe if id gone through a similar predicament i would of felt differently. so giving this to my next dumped friend.

    6. Don't judge me! I sourced this book from the depths of obscurity for the chapter about her 2 year dalliance with Stephen Merchant. Sigh. It should have been me!Very funny and relatable though. And more comforting than that 'He's Just Not That Into You' shit

    7. An excerpt in a Sunday paper made me want to read the book, having just been 'dumped'! It started well, but tailed off into a long boring personal diary entry.

    8. Fascinating in a morbid sort of way.Makes me wonder if there is a similar book around from a male perspective. While a funny and educational read, the book is a bit too soppy for my usual tastes.

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