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Lace 2 Nothing like the first one Disappointing. Wasnt interesting until the last 100 pages or so The synopsis on the back is very deceiving. Sequel to Lace, this book is an international novel about four glamorous women and lifelong friends and how their opulent, fantastic lives are inextricably linked ✺ [LIBROS] ✮ Psiconutrición. Aprende a tener una relación saludable con la comida Por Griselda Herrero Mart n ❄ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk this book is an international novel about four glamorous women and lifelong friends and how their opulent [KINDLE] ✿ Moonsong (The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters, Author L.J. Smith – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk fantastic lives are inextricably linked loved it just as much as the first full of all kinds of sinful things Not as good as the first book, but still a good read.Back Cover Blurb Sequal to Lace, this book is an international novel about four glamorous women, who are lifelong friends and how their opulent, fantastic lives are linked. I did not take me long to finish this book it only looks that way The one bad thing about a kobo is when you miss place the plug to charge your kobo Now that I found the plug I was able to finish Lace 2 and it was just as good as I remeber it when read the first time This book is a perfect story for the summer, find a relaxing chair and enjoy. I ve been looking for this book for the longest and I have finally found it Once again I finish it in two days Some people say they were disappointed with it I gotta admitt it isn t as detail as the first but I still was quite content with the outcome of it. The novel did not live up to it s first novel It was good in it s own way but I was hoping for the same feelings that came from reading Lace. I neglected to mention the first book, I was caught reading it by one of my parent s friends She was not to happy with me reading the book and apparently had words with my parents This led me to a slightly dark time in my life because I was on a book restriction My parents would lock my books up and I was not allowed to read It was very difficult for me as an early book addict I was also not allowed to go to the public library to borrow books every week Instead I had to wait a few weeks an I neglected to mention the first book, I was caught reading it by one of my parent s friends She was not to happy with me reading the book and apparently had words with my parents This led me to a slightly dark time in my life because I was on a book restriction My parents would lock my books up and I was not allowed to read It was very difficult for me as an early book addict I was also not allowed to go to the public library to borrow books every week Instead I had to wait a few weeks and I was only allowed to borrow 8 at a time This horrendous constraint made me look for the longest books I could find so I could savour them.I bring this up because I finally got to the library to find this second book and I tried to borrow it Apparently there was a block on my account because I was underage Yes, I was 13 So I had to sweet talk my way into getting this book borrowed With much excitement, I started to read this book.What was I hoping for I wantedgraphic sexual details I wanted that submission Lily experienced when she yielded to the men she fucked As with all addicts, I wanted something harder Somethingexplicit This was a fail for me and I was so disappointed Even after all these years, I still remember my disappointment after finishing the book I felt as though I lead on and then left hanging This book was the end of my love affair with Ms Conran Like the first book, I d seen and enjoyed the miniseries years before reading it although the first series is a classic of sumptuous camp and the second saw a new actress playing Judy, Lili mysteriously losing that atrocious accent, and a overly contrived storyline is one really to believe that these rich and powerful women and all their friends are unable to come up with one million in ransom money , and I had a somewhat difficult time blocking out the events of the first teleplay and rem Like the first book, I d seen and enjoyed the miniseries years before reading it although the first series is a classic of sumptuous camp and the second saw a new actress playing Judy, Lili mysteriously losing that atrocious accent, and a overly contrived storyline is one really to believe that these rich and powerful women and all their friends are unable to come up with one million in ransom money , and I had a somewhat difficult time blocking out the events of the first teleplay and remembering the MAJOR differences between it and the novel I recall reading Lace after having fallen in love with the saga of Lili s powerplay against Judy, Maxine, and Pagan the television version of Judy isof an amalgamation of both Kate and Judy in the book, Verve magazine is replaced by Lace magazine, and Lili is farruthless and conniving in her quest than the sympathetic Lili of the novel that stands on its own as one of the greatest television events of all time The problem is that the writers of the miniseries made so many significant changes to the story that the two stories that a reader may find it difficult to separate what happened in the novel from what happened in the television version One could say that it would be better to read the books before watching the television versions, but I think that would prevent some fans from falling in love with the cult classics Instead, one may want to read both books back to back to get the entirety of the story down and watch both television versions back to back for the same reason.Even in the twenty first century, one can infer that the novels were considered major examples of progressive, salacious entertainment filled with powerful female characters that the world had never really known previously At the heart of the stories is the depiction of a true, lifelong friendship exemplified by the everlasting bonds between a headstrong British tomboy Pagan, the most creative, memorable, politically minded, and identifiable my favorite character of the books of the five main characters , a self conscious and kind hearted French girl Maxine doesn t start off as a beauty in the books , a talented American journalist Kate, who isoften mentioned by her friends in conversation than actually interacting in the major events of the story , a self made bitch from West Virginia who needlessly holds ontosecrets than any of the other women Judy Jordan not Judy Hale from Hayes, Kansas as in the miniseries , and Lili, an international media sensation whose characterization would likely be unbelievable in today s society.Shirley Conran wrote about women the way women think, the ideas they have, and the differences between the sexes in a way that women had really never really been detailed before Her subjects ranged from topical and realistic the treatment of women in Muslim countries and the continued practice of mutilation through female circumcision and women s rights especially reproductive rights, a major theme through both novels to seedy and taboo orgasms, incest, and lifelong secrets Lace 2 starts off strong, but fizzles in the very end I found myself wanting muchinformation than Conran provided her readers In the end, I felt as if Lace 2 was in a hurry to reach its conclusion despite the fact that it had been very well constructed in the first two hundred pages I didn t care as much about the identity of Lili s father which felt as if it were written asof an afterthought than a major plot point as I did about Maxine s feelings of inadequacy as an aging women in a society and marriage obsessed with youth and beauty, Pagan s grief over the sudden death of her long time husband and best friend, the fate of Verve magazine in the midst of a political scandal, and why the hell Kate was never involved in any of the action of the novel.Read the books back to back Enjoy them, but be sure that you check out the 1984 five hour miniseries with one of the most famous quotes in television history Which one of you bitches is my mother It is, by far, a totally different story and clearly superior to its subsequent sequel which couldn t possibly do the novel justice due to the major changes already written for the television version


About the Author: Shirley Conran

Shirley Conran is the ex wife of British designer, restaurateur, retailer and writer Sir Terence Conran She is the mother of designers Sebastian Conran and Jasper Conran A bestselling author in her own right whose most memorable books include Lace and Superwoman.She was educated at the University of Portsmouth In addition to novel writing, she wrote regularly for The Observer newspaper s women s page and was the first women s editor of The Observer Colour Magazine and women s editor of The Daily Mail newspaper where she launched the weekly women s magazine Femail She also has great experience as a designer in textiles and as a colour consultant she had her own paint range She handled the publicity for the Women in Media Campaign devoted to sex discrimination legislation She was on the selection committee of the Council of Industrial Design for eight years She also has been a columnist for Vanity Fair magazine.Shirley Conran is well known for having said First things first, second things never.She was successfully treated for skin cancer several years ago.She has homes in France and London.


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