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Here I Go Again. People either love her books or hate them. Jen is an inspiration. It flowed, but there were some chapters that weren’t quite chronological.
A half hour later I was rocking from side to side in my chair, holding my belly while tears of laughter ran down my cheeks; my completely embarrassed thirteen year old tugged the book out of my hands and hurried Unlike many of the other reviewers, I’d never heard of Jen Lancaster before I picked up this book in the public library no disappointed, “That was already on her blog” from me.
I also think once you have multiple books out at some point you’d progress a little and your writing would improve beyond being a self important blogger. Some books grow with you, Rumblefish, lookin’ at you and I plan to re-read this in my thirties. I am a huge fan of the written word, and I mean on actual pages. The Sweet Life 3: The Sweet Life 4: Always Something There to Remind Me. It also made me want to look up her other books.
The theme here is maturationand I mean the kind that deals with living wills, estate taxes, full-fledged careers, contingency plans, and cleaning dead wildlife out of your yard. I got an e-reader as my first mothers day jeneratoon and this was my first Kindle book. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!
You will recognize your self in at least one of Jen’s essays. Unlike many of the other reviewers, I’d never heard of Jen Lancaster before I picked up this book in the public library no disappointed, “That was jenedation on her blog” from me.
I feel like she isn’t even telling a story anymore its just a mish-mosh of random crap. The negative review made us go into a pretty neat and deep discussion about what’s wrong with this country. Reading one of her books makes me feel good. She has never disappointed me in her many memoirs and luckily, this one was no different. This one, however, is a strong contender for 2 and given that I laid out the cash to buy it and in my current financial state!
May 15, Shea rated it it was ok. Logically, many of her jeneratino deal with this transition in her life as well as the humorous capers her pets have committed since he This is Jen Lancaster’s fifth memoir.
Jeneration X by Jen Lancaster
Jen can be judgmental, rude, crude and social Jeneratoon Lancaster. This book focuses on her attempts to become an adult, at 42ish years old, and wins and fails along the way. She teaches us some of the very useful life lessons that she learned along the way, but she also teaches that it is still okay at the age of forty-something to still own barbie dolls. This time, not so much. May 1, Imprint: So jeneratiob yourself a favor- if you want a wickedly funny look at life from someone who isn’t afraid to march up to you and go “What the hell is the matter with you?
Her writing style is at times cynical, sarcastic, ironic and hilarious.
I was online that night and even though I had read the blog, I still laughed a ton when reading that blog post again in her book. Ratings and Reviews 1 1 star ratings 1 reviews.
Part of what is so funny are all her footnotes and if you read it on a Kindle they don’t appear until the end of the chapter instead of the bottom of every page. The audio version was something new for me with this author. She is learning how to be an adult through legal proceedings, estate planning, and life insurance purchasing. 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. That was really her best work in my opinion.
This is full of trying to grow up wisdom. Jan 20, Leah K rated it really liked it.
A great, funny, fast beach read if you are so inclined. Who Do You Love. To ask other readers questions about Jeneration Xplease sign up. No jjeneration or quizzes yet.
I laughed out loud through jneeration book more than I have at any of her others, but as someone in her twenties, some of the “life lessons” are still a little out of my reach. But along with that she has a unique way of telling a story.
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An Idiot Girl’s Christmas. I wanted to poke my eyes out when she continuously plugged her previous books AND her friends book. Start with Bitter is the New Black and read all of them. The way we should try jenneration live our lives, don’t you think? I think the biggest issue with this one was a lack of filter or editor.
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