The Carrie Diaries

Candace Bushnell (Author)
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Description

The Carrie Diaries is the coming-of-age story of one of the most iconic characters of our generation.

Before Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw was a small-town girl who knew she wanted more. She's ready for real life to start, but first she must navigate her senior year of high school. Up until now, Carrie and her friends have been inseparable. Then Sebastian Kydd comes into the picture, and a friend's betrayal makes her question everything.

With an unforgettable cast of characters, The Carrie Diaries is the story of how a regular girl learns to think for herself and evolves into a sharp, insightful writer. Through adventures both audacious and poignant, we'll see what brings Carrie to her beloved New York City, where her new life begins.

--Entertainment Weekly

Product Details

Price
$10.99  $10.11
Publisher
Balzer & Bray/Harperteen
Publish Date
April 26, 2011
Pages
389
Dimensions
5.4 X 1.04 X 7.97 inches | 0.68 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780061728921

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About the Author

Après les succès mondiaux de Sex and the City, Quatre blondes, Haut de Gamme, Lipstick Jungle et Cinquième Avenue, la journaliste américaine Candace Bushnell fait désormais partie des stars internationales du roman féminin moderne et branché. Elle vit à Manhattan.

Reviews

"It would have been easy to write a coming-of-age story about Carrie Bradshaw that ham-fistedly foreshadows everything fans of the franchise know will come to pass. But Bushnell nails something harder: telling another chapter in the story of a cherished character that stands on its own."--Entertainment Weekly
"With wit and insight, Carrie chronicles her emotionally charged senior year at a small Connecticut high school."--Publishers Weekly
"An addictive, ingenious origin story."--Los Angeles Times
"Fans will love this."--Booklist
"Carrie's sharp observations of her peers and human relationships give the book smart, sassy intellectual power."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)