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Meet Carrie Bradshaw Before Sex and the City

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The Carrie Diaries by Candice Bushnell

Meet Carrie Bradshaw before Sex And The City. I might purchase this book just because of the uber chic packaging. I also just cannot wait to read how Carrie was as a teenager in high school. I mean could someone be that fabulous at sixteen?

I am sure the book will give birth to either an HBO series or perhaps it will go straight to the theaters. Either why I'm going to let my imagination soar inside these pages. Just ordered my copy!

Have you read the book already? Share your thoughts on the book and who you think should be cast as "young" Carrie Bradshaw?

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smart-blonde smart-blonde 5 years
@onlysourcherry First, the book is most clearly aimed at the 14+ crowd. Yes, tweens will probably read it, but that's a concern for parents, not the publisher. It's not marketed to the 8-12 "tween" range. Second, you can read and enjoy the book without knowing anything at all about SatC. The book stands alone as the story of a high school girl finding herself. Bushnell did a fantastic job of capturing the drama and distresses of high school. Do read it; I think you'll have a good time.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 5 years
I was thinking the same thing as #3... I started watching SATC when I was 16, which looking back was totally inappropriate! The idea of marketing this franchise to tweens is a little unsettling.... although I got into it even though it wasn't marketed to me back in the day. So I'm on the fence.
skigurl skigurl 5 years
i'm pretty curious to read this although i can't imagine how it can live up to my expectations, candace bushnell is pretty fabulous, so it just might be okay and regardless of what i hear, what reviews it gets, etc. i will read it anyway because i just have to
skigurl skigurl 5 years
i'm pretty curious to read thisalthough i can't imagine how it can live up to my expectations, candace bushnell is pretty fabulous, so it just might be okayand regardless of what i hear, what reviews it gets, etc. i will read it anyway because i just have to
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