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A great, funny, fast beach read if you are so inclined. Jen Lancaster and I were separated at birth Unlike many of the other reviewers, I’d never heard of Jen Lancaster before I jenertaion up this book in the public library no disappointed, “That was already on her blog” from me.
I mean, as much as I enjoy the blog, if, to make a living and keep filling pages, she needs to stop blogging, then I hope she will. Perhaps she doesn’t have the personal distance to write about trying to protect herself from a stalker, or losing a beloved pet, or to talk about family dysfunction–the humor in those passages comes across as brittle, taut, thin. The Andy Cohen Diaries. To ask other readers questions about Jeneration Xplease sign up.
I was under the impression she was actually going to do volunteer work and how THOSE experiences made her into a better person, so I was slightly disappointed, only because I was expecting a different outcome.
Also, she really makes me feel like I’m very grown up myself! As someone who didn’t take nearly a decade to finish college Lancaster didwho has a Ph. She is funny, loyal, witty, and willing to call herself a jackass. No matter what anyone else says. Ultimately, Lancaster is abrasive and proud of it, and her ability to be true to herself mostly redeems her less-than-flattering moments.
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But more than that And all along, she does that with an amazing sense of humor and compassion. No trivia or quizzes yet. Additionally, and I will say I felt this a bit in her last book, I feel she’s not growing as an author.
I rushed home from work Wednesday through Friday and the first thing I did was grab my copy. Each week, our editors select the one author and one jenerztion they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
Preview — Jeneration X by Jen Lancaster.
You submitted the following rating and review. It took a second to get used to, but was definitely a welcome change. Reading one of her books makes me feel good. It’s just the same outlandish Jen Lancaster stories and eventually, even Jen Lancaster can’t have all this crazy shit happen to her nonstop.
She makes me laugh out loud.
The only thing I don’t like about her books is that they are terrible to read on Kindles. The Sweet Life 2: If You Were Here. Her books crack me up! Now the New York Times bestselling author gives herself—and her generation—a kick in the X, by facing her greatest challenge to date: And, that’s is why I love it even more.
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May 1, Imprint: I read more than half of the book the first night I got it, and I felt myself comforted by her snarky tone. I think the biggest issue with this one was a lack of filter or editor. Let’s Pretend This Never Happened. Sleeping with the Enemy. Lists with This Book. What was different for me was that instead of reading this book, I listened to the audio version — narrated by the author herself Jeneration X: I’ll See You Again.
I didn’t want to put it down.