Very Nice [Pdf Kindle ePUB] by Marcy Dermansky

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Cca Klein never thought she'd have a love affair so soon after her divorce but when her daughter's professor walks into her home she does and the affair isa very bad idea. Cringe inducing Every single character is horrendously selfish not a single one of them worth rooting for The story is non existent since it s basically just an exploration of people s myopic self centeredness and don t even get me started on that ending ridiculous Dermansky s writing is a bit uneven and in the beginning especially during Rachel s chapters the sentences are stupidly short The only redeeming uality for me was that this was a fast read so I got it over with uickly

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This novel zigzags between the rarified circles of Manhattan investment banking the achingly self serious MFA programs of the Midwest and the private bedrooms of Connectic. Call something a literary soap opera and I can t read it fast enough Here is one about sex writing race and politics The lines Dermansky walks are fine and she navigates them expertly with humor and razor sharp insight This is a novel that is insanely addicting and insanely juicy Also sometimes just insane I love it so much

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Rachel Klein never meant to kiss her creative writing professor Zahid Azzam never planned to become a houseguest in his student's sprawling Connecticut home but he does Be. Update This is a darn fun reading book Its a 199 special today good deal Turkey avocado sandwiches for lunchNaughty summertime sexcapdes in the swimming poola male novelistwriting Professor behaving badlywealthy suburban life in Connecticut a sexy divorcee a love struck crush creative writing student messy sexy darkly funny shenanigans sharp witty dialogueracial and gay innuendosPrincess Posey the poodle is loved by everyonedeliciously flawed characters etc etc etc He knelt down and petted his dog He put his face in her poodle hair Oh gosh this man was a mess His eyes were bloodshot His blue shirt was dirty He was carrying a leather backpack that looked expensive He was wearing loafers in the middle of summer Without soaks at least I wondered if that was uncomfortable Posey licked him Again I was struck by the unfairness of it all I felt tears well in my eyes an ending that had me killed over with laughter DON T MISS ITFantastic summer time guilty pleasure


10 thoughts on “Very Nice

  1. says:

    This is a vicious little novel smart efficient mean full of terrible people behaving terribly incisive observations about a certain class of people pretending they had no hand in the state of the world Writers don't come off too well either Absolutely delightful

  2. says:

    35 starsThis droll novel brings to mind the game 'Six Degrees of Separation' based on the theory that any person on the planet can be connected to any other person on the planet through a chain of acuaintances that number five or fewer The c

  3. says:

    Update This is a darn fun reading book Its a 199 special today good deal Turkey avocado sandwiches for lunchNaughty summertime sexcapdes in the swimming poola male novelistwriting Professor behaving badlywealthy suburban life in Connecticut a sexy divorcee a love struck crush creative writing student messy sexy darkly f

  4. says:

    Cringe inducing Every single character is horrendously selfish not a single one of them worth rooting for The story ? is non existent since it's basically just an exploration of people's myopic self centeredness and don't even get me started on that ending ridiculous Dermansky's writing is a bit uneven and in t

  5. says:

    I liked the dog That's about it There was no redeeming ualities to any of the characters presented The liberal overtones were completely unnecessary and basically made the characters even ridiculous But maybe that was the point? The dog I liked the dog

  6. says:

    While this is certainly a smart book it is probably not the deepest novel ever written still it is great fun and s

  7. says:

    Call something a literary soap opera and I can't read it fast enough Here is one about sex writing race and politics The lines Dermansky walks are fine and she navigates them expertly with humor and razor sharp ins

  8. says:

    I know I probably shouldn't be saying this too loud but I have never read a Marcy Dermansky book before I have read reviews of her work Some of my most keen and thoughtful Goodreads friends have described her previous work as witty defiant buoyant and electric So when I saw this on offer I knew I just had to read it Indeed Very Nice

  9. says:

    Very Nice is very funny some moments and very dark in others and always very surprising Marcy Dermansky has a f

  10. says:

    I think of Bad Marie by Marcy Dermansky as a near perfect book and the only reason I didn't write a perfect book is because it's perfect than perfect like all the most perfect of things it has a fatal flaw or two to keep it interestingAnd then came The Red Car which was almost almost as near perfect as Bad MarieSo it could be just by comparison that I thought this book was just very good After two novels that