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  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • Adults Author Emma Jane Unsworth
  • Emma Jane Unsworth
  • English
  • 18 June 2019
  • 9780008334598

10 thoughts on “Adults Author Emma Jane Unsworth

  1. says:

    Emma Jane Unsworth depicts a realistic problematic and humorous picture of our contemporary disease of social media addiction and its pressures its pitfalls and repercussions through the life of 35 year old Jenny McLaine On the surface Jenny is living the perfect successful life She is a columnist on a online magazine owns her own home but delve a little deeper and her life is a car crash unravelling at a rapid rate Her manipulative photog

  2. says:

    I love the premise of this book The story of a mid thirties woman named Jenny got caught up in the pitfalls of this social media age and how at thirty five there are certain societal expectations on a woman's lifestyle choices And early on in the read I really liked this It's incredibly honest and there is so much in this book that is relevan

  3. says:

    Brutally honest hilarious and insightful Adults tells a story of a thirty five year old Jenny who is obsessed with social media Jenny is bright and funny but not coping well with the break up with her boyfriend who seems to have foun

  4. says:

    Addictions and compulsions come in all sort of forms Thirty five year old Jenny McLaine is addicted to social media She's much concerned with her online image and with how others may or may not perceive her Going down the social media rabbit hole Sounds familiar right It may not come as a surprise to most of you that wom

  5. says:

    Grown Ups is one of those books that's a little hard to explain If I tell you it's a novel about a thirtysomething blogger

  6. says:

    Emma Jane Unsworth's breakout novel Animals featured two main characters – Laura and Tyler – and as with Zoes and Zel

  7. says:

    Jenny is obsessed with social media and seeing how many likes and comments she receives It ends up ruining her life It's sta

  8. says:

    Known as Adults in every other country but this is her originally intended title so we win Grown Ups is about a 30 something named Jenny trying to navigate her relationships as seen through social media including some very f

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    4 NEUROTIC REALISTIC IMAGINATIVE IMMERSIVE STARSMy initial impression was that the life of Jenny McLaine was most like seeing a car accident ahead of you on the road It's painful but you can't help watching you must watch Then midway you are wondering why you are still paying attention why it is the writing of course Emma Jane Unsworth puts you right in the middle of this mess of a life It is so real I kept thinking o

  10. says:

    There are some witty insightful bits in this novel Lines like “When oh when will they create a Breathalyzer app that disables your phone when you’re over the limit” Unfortunately it’s extremely difficult to care about a cha

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Adults Author Emma Jane Unsworth

Grow up and save herself this timeDeliciously candid and gloriously heartfelt ADULTS is the story of one woman learning how to fall back in love with her life It will remind you that when the world throws you a curve ball or nine it may take friendship gin tonics or even your mother to bring you back Known as Adults in every other country but this is her originally intended title so we win Grown Ups is about a 30 something named Jenny trying to navigate her relationships as seen through social media including some very funny drunk Tweets and email drafts and I went to an author event this past weekend with her as well and several people discussed how various characters would handle the pandemic It s a great capture of how people communicate and don t Most of it is just fun to discover so I will leave it there

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Jenny McLaine is an adult Supposedly At thirty five she owns her own house writes for a cool magazine and has hilarious friends just a message awayBut the thing is• She can’t actually afford her house since her criminally sexy ex boyfriend Art left• her best friend Kelly is clearly trying to bre I love the premise of this book The story of a mid thirties woman named Jenny got caught up in the pitfalls of this social media age and how at thirty five there are certain societal expectations on a woman s lifestyle choices And early on in the read I really liked this It s incredibly honest and there is so much in this book that is relevant to how we live nowIt s incredibly authentic with regard to how as a society people conjure up certain aspects of their lives to appear better on social media How each Instagram post each tweet each like is carefully thought out to create this facade of having our cake and eating it too I really liked seeing how Jenny s online life really ate into the soul of who she was How almost every thought she had was about controlling her social media narrative How this mode of thinking infected her attitude to her relationship with her ex boyfriend Art how it made her neglectful of her best friend Kelly The writing is incredibly witty and smart But it was almost too witty And too smart To me the narrative of the book really suffered from a case of too much self knowing While this book was incredibly honest it somehow didn t feel truthful I know that s somewhat of an oxymoron so I guess what I mean is that this book felt forced to me There was too much emphasis on trying to have witty situations Even in Jenny s darker moments this book relied too much on uick humour For me the novel suffered from a lack of nuance Yes I laughed a lot at the beginning But if everything is written to be over the top humorous if every thought or utterance of Jenny s is designed to be hilarious rather than authentic and truthful then it gets tedious to read Personally I needed a lot light and shade The book was a constant barrage of laugh at me pay attention to me moments and I found it uite exhausting to read rather than engaging and enjoyable If this had not been an ARC I would have DNFd around the 25% mark as I was just finding it too much of a chore to read But because it was an ARC and I had given a commitment to read it I persistedAs for the main plot of the book it felt uite loose to me I would have liked a little of a broader storyline rather than just reading about Jenny s character arc But sadly all the supporting characters in this book felt either incredibly melodramatic her mother or depressingly cliched her ex Art the social media star Suzy Brambles The only character that I did think was remotely well described was Jenny s best friend Kelly but even then she suffered from a lack of page time and therefore felt underdeveloped Also I felt that the narrative was structured rather awkwardly Early on the book felt like a series of seemingly loosely connected vignettes that jumped back and forth time wise And even though the vignettes began to feel cohesive by the end I still felt that the time jumping aspect of the narrative was never made to feel all that clearSadly this book was just not to my taste and I can only award it two stars An e copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher The Borough Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review For reviews and book related chat check out my blog

review Adults Author Emma Jane Unsworth

Ak up with her• she's so frazzled trying to keep up with everything you can practically hear her nerves jangling• she spends all day online stalking women with beautiful lives as her career goes down the drainAnd now her mother has appeared on her doorstep unbidden to save the dayIs Jenny ready to Grown Ups is one of those books that s a little hard to explain If I tell you it s a novel about a thirtysomething blogger who s obsessed with social media and how she appears on it will you roll your eyes and assume it s not for you Will you dismiss it as chick lit Side note Why do people describe books as chick lit when they seem to mean that the book is stupid or shallow or too fluffy Why not just say that instead of applying a gendered term disparagingly Anyway The fact is that there are all kinds of people in the world and in the right hands most of them would be an interesting subject for a novel This immersive tale of Jenny McLaine the aforementioned blogger unfolds gradually with a fair amount of smart humor a vivid setting must go to London one of these days and those moments of insight that you appreciate all the because you weren t uite expecting them I felt like I knew all of the characters even the ones who were really just texts at the other end of the smartphone And as for Jenny herself she could be annoying sometimes but ugh I rooted for her so much I don t think I ve read anything uite like this and I didn t just enjoy it I was impressed by it Need to read Unsworth ASAPI won this book in a Shelf Awareness giveaway Thank you to the publisher As always my opinions are my own

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