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Hing she owns and moves to Beijing on a whim while Rachel heads to New York to work for an art gallery and to figure out her love life Each spends the next few years tumbling through adulthood and reinventing themselves in various countries including France China and Australia Through their messages from around the world they swap tales of teaching classes of milita Can I be friends with Jessica and Rachel I really want to be a part of this email friendship after reading this book I could relate so much to them trying to find their way in life I think anyone who is in college or just getting out will especially feel a strong connection to this book Jessica and Rachel s lived aren t your average just out of college and are trying to find themselves while living in their parents basement stories They are in places like China Australia and Paris They do some globe trotting while working awful jobs dating even awful guys but manage to send very entertaining emails to each other Everyone needs to have a friend like Jessica and Rachel in their lives After reading this book I wish I had sent emails to my friends and had a history like theirs I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads

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Ry men running a magazine and flirting in foreign languages along with the hard stuff from harrowing accidents to breakups and breakdowns Reminiscent of Sloan Crosley’s essays and Lena Dunham’s Girls Graduates in Wonderland is an intimate no holds barred portrait of two young women as they embark upon adulthood Named one of Jennifer Weiner's Top Ten Beach Reads I almost can t believe that I m giving such a fluffy book 4 stars but it was such a fun and hilarious read This book is a mostly non fiction collection of emails from two best friends in the years immediately following college and they are funny candid and witty If you ve ever been a young adult struggling to find your place in the world or had a best friend who has been there for you through it all I think you could relate It s like the early 20s less obnoxious and realistic version of Sex and the City

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 Two best friends document their post college lives in a hilarious relatable and powerfully honest epistolary memoir   Fast friends since they met at Brown University during their freshman year Jessica Pan and Rachel Kapelke Dale vowed to keep in touch after their senior year through in depth and brutally honest weekly e mails After graduation Jess packs up everyt Two best friends document their post college lives via honest witty and sometimes very sad emails Jessica has moved to China on a whim while Rachel tries to get into the art world in New York They detail their goals fears love lives and across the span of three yearsI really enjoyed this book Right off the bat it had me laughing Jessica and Rachel are both very clever and despite this book having less detail than your average novel I still felt totally immersed in their different worlds Sometimes their worries and fears were so similar to my own it was depressing Yet that made this book feel even genuine The fact that these two were willing to share their lives like this and keep me engrossed from page one was terrificI d recommend this book for older audiences They do talk about their sex loves often nothing graphic but definitely mature This would make a great beach or weekend read It s uick to get through and a very enjoyable break from my constant fantasy readsThis was an ARC I won in exchange for an honest review Cover says the book is due out in May


10 thoughts on “Graduates in Wonderland

  1. says:

    This exchange of e mails between the two authors in their years after graduating from Brown is compulsively readable They write about their social lives and careers in a balanced way and recent graduates will relate strongly Both authors are articulate funny and honest and the reader can see wisdom developing fro

  2. says:

    This book should be considered MANDATORY reading for all 20 somethings and post grads As someone who is trying to figure out those post college years I related a lot to the voices of Jessica and Rachel Jessica and Rachel are best friends from college and on the night of their graduation they make a pact to send a

  3. says:

    Two best friends document their post college lives via honest witty and sometimes very sad emails Jessica has moved to China on a whim while Rachel tries to get into the art world in New York They detail their goals fears love lives and across the span of three yearsI really enjoyed this book Right off the bat it had me laughing Jessica and Rachel are both very clever and despite this book having less detail than your average nov

  4. says:

    First off I LOVE THIS BOOK This is the first time I've been comped a book and have whole heartedly enjoyed it Jess and Rachel's emails felt like conversations with my friends not only because they were immediately perfect

  5. says:

    Can I be friends with Jessica and Rachel I really want to be a part of this email friendship after reading this book I could relate so much to them trying to find their way in life I think anyone who is in college or just getting out will espe

  6. says:

    Like a YA book but for people in their 20s

  7. says:

    Many months ago I was writing a review on another book from the Books for Lost Twenty somethings category Upon finishing that book I was rejuvenated and able to continue the day to day process of life Appreciating it for what it was from the perspective of that book However that fuel started to fizzle out as I knew it would and it

  8. says:

    I LOVED this book I love books that give you a glimpse into another person's or persons lifelives without getting too insanely detailed which

  9. says:

    I almost can't believe that I'm giving such a fluffy book 4 stars but it was such a fun and hilarious read This book is a mostly non fiction collection of emails from two best friends in the years immediately following colle

  10. says:

    I loved loved loved this book Read it straight through Laughed cried Can't wait to read from these two