Book Tagged! :)

The rules of this Tag:
1. Name the person (of course with the link) who tagged you.
2. Describe what you are asked to do, in this case publish 5th paragraph of page 123 of the book you are currently reading. (if the page does not have 5th paragraph, take the last paragraph. And if the book doesn’t have page no. 123, take the last page.)
3. Tag five people.

Iris very sweetly asked me if she could Tag me with this “Book tag” adding “If you don’t feel like it, you can obviously say no! I won’t mind.”
Neki aur pooch, pooch, Iris? (Rough Translation: Asking asking, for doing Good things, Iris?) I thought you would be aware of my over-the-top-excitement about being Tagged by now? :))) So, here goes the Tag, spiked with my own special touches. Thank You, Iris! :)))

I just picked up ‘Everyone Worth Knowing’ by Lauren Weisberger. Weisberger is the author of the phenomenal bestseller ‘The Devil Wears Prada’. I haven’t started reading the book as yet, but I am hoping it equals, if not betters, her first.

This is the 5th paragraph of page 123;
“She laughed and adjusted a five-inch heel, which did little to disguise her height. “Does anyone need a reason to have a little fun? Ohmigod, is that Avery Wainwright? We haven’t had a chance to catch up recently. That boy grew up into a very handsome man, don’t you think?”

About Tagging 5 people….all the People(5 or otherwise) reading this, please feel free to Tag yourself!;)

6 thoughts on “Book Tagged! :)

  1. hey…that book is quite a let down after Devil Wears Prada. I picked it up a few months ago when I saw lauren weisberger’s name on the cover and read it on a long flight. This one looks like it was written to be eventually adapted to a movie. Plus I suspect she is being paid by Blackberry to do ‘in-book-promotions’ like the in-movie-promos where you see all these brands flashing by in the background!

  2. * Edyta
    I have all the time in the world for a good book. Would love some recommendations, as a matter of fact 🙂

    * Iris

    * Freespirit
    It is extremely, extremely difficult to live up to a debut as well publicized and famed as ‘The Devil Wears Prada’. *which was autobiographical, incidentally*

    I thought Weisberger did a fab job with this one. The thing I like most about her writing is that it is fresh, crisp and concise and keeps you hooked at every page, no matter how obvious the story is.

    Also, in-book promotions are the latest briefs given to Authors from Publication houses which in turn tie up with big brand names for big money. So, let’s just say Weisberger is moving with the times and is one hell of a smart cookie (brand name unknown) ;))

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