My Not So Perfect Life: A Novel
Part romantic tale, part working environment show, this forcefully watched novel is a witty investigate of the false judgments we make in a web-based social networking fixated world. New York Times smash hit writer Sophie Kinsella has thought of her most auspicious novel yet.
Wherever Katie Brenner looks, another person is carrying on with the life she yearns for, especially her manager, Demeter Farlowe. Demeter is splendid and inventive, lives with her ideal family in a rich townhouse, and wears the coolest garments. Katie’s life, in the mean time, is an every day battle—from her grim rental to her weirdo flatmates to the strained office governmental issues she’s attempting to arrange. No big surprise Katie takes asylum in not-exactly genuine Instagram posts, particularly as she’s urgent to make her father glad.
At that point, similarly as she’s discovering her feet—also a conceivable new sentiment—the most exceedingly bad happens. Demeter fires Katie. Smashed yet resolved to remain positive, Katie retreats to her family’s ranch in Somerset to help them set up an excursion business. London has never appeared to be so far away—until Demeter out of the blue turns up as a visitor. Privileged insights are spilled and connections rejiggered, and as the stakes for Katie’s future get higher, she should scrutinize her own suppositions about what makes for a really significant life.