Living the Dream (Paperback)
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Living the Dream (Paperback)

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Paperback 336 Pages
Published: 02/08/2018
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'Bridget Jones's Diary for the millennial set'InStyle

'Cheeky, sweet and serious' Psychologies

'Will strike a chord with anyone who's survived their twenties'Red

'A funny quarter-life crisis tale' Glamour

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Does your side-hustle pay the rent? Yes [ ] No [ x ]

Is your boss a dick? Yes [ x ] No [ ]

Do you ever cry in the toilet? Yes [ x ] No [ ]

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Emma works in advertising.

Clem lives with her mum.

This is not where they thought they would be by the time their thirties loomed - too old to blag buses but too skint to take cabs. London budgets and bastards from the past spur Emma and Clem towards success, but it's not as easy as everyone else makes it look, right?

Living the Dream is a spiky comic novel of friendship, day jobs and the search for a career with meaning.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780349009001
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 262 g
Dimensions: 200 x 138 x 22 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Bridget Jones's Diary for the millennial set - InStyleA funny quarter-life crisis tale - GlamourA great holiday read that the 27-year-old me can relate to - Marie ClaireCheeky, sweet and serious, this novel has a finger on the pulse of all those real-life niggles; a bonkers boss, supercilious work colleagues, hangovers from hell, disastrous dates, health scares and fears over ageing parents. Entirely relatable. - PsychologiesThe tone is light and chirpy, the observations often beady, and there's plenty of humour to be enjoyed - Daily MailLauren's Berry's novel is all about the things that happen before your big break, and just how long you should wait for it . . . If you've ever been a twenty-something looking for a way into creative industries, you'll be able to empathise with this book. - The PoolWhatever our age, sometimes we get stuck and wonder what we're doing with our lives. This is exactly how Emma and Clementine feel. Dare they take the risk and try something new or should they plod along safely? This book is guaranteed to make you Google 'new life opportunities'. - PrimaA timely satire on the everlasting problem of personal ambition versus paying the bills with some unexpected happy endings thrown in. - Stylist

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