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The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA. LAUREN WEISBERGER. Otimista é o diabo que acha que pode tornar o ser humano uma coisa ainda pior!!!. Compre o livro The Devil Wears Prada na cittadelmonte.info: confira as ofertas Read the book! e mais milhares de eBooks estão disponíveis na Loja Kindle.

Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. With breathtaking ease, Miranda can turn each and every one of these hip sophisticates into a scared, whimpering child. She puts up with it all by keeping her eyes on the prize: As things escalate from the merely unacceptable to the downright outrageous, however, Andrea begins to realize that the job a million girls would die for may just kill her. And even if she survives, she has to decide whether or not the job is worth the price of her soul.

Skim through the boring parts. HA - just kidding! Don't do that. Suffer instead. Enjoy Andy whining throughout the entire book. The entire time I was reading this book, I was whining about her whining and how I would rather participate in a star wars movie marathon.

I don't like any of the Star Wars movies. I didn't see the one that came out in December with my family and I'm pretty sure I slept during the movie before that. I have no regrets - best nap of my life! Sorry to all the Star Wars lovers. I tried to get into them but yeah..

I can't. More for you? Step four: If you see this book.. Apr 27, Rebecca McNutt rated it really liked it Shelves: The Devil Wears Prada I have yet to see the film adaptation , is a quite bizarre yet creative and comedic book that anyone who has ever worked a lousy job will be able to relate to. Aug 12, Megan rated it it was amazing. Jun 06, Briar's Reviews rated it it was amazing Shelves: I first read this book in my first year of high school for a book report we could choose ANY book we want, and I was obsessed with the film version of this novel at the time.

Since it's been This book was super popular and a sequel has come out which is currently sitting on my to-read shelves waiting for me to dig into it in recent years. For those who don't know about the first book in this series, I first read this book in my first year of high school for a book report we could choose ANY book we want, and I was obsessed with the film version of this novel at the time. For those who don't know about the first book in this series, we are following Andrea or Andy who gets a job at a famous, fashion magazine similar to Vogue which is run by the insane workaholic Miranda Priestly.

Andrea believes this is the step she needs to get into her journalism career! A job at a high end fashion magazine! But, as we all know, nothing is ever that simple. The movie is not the same as the book, but I like the think the quality of both are insanely good! Despite being different in plot, tone and character personalities, both works were fantastic! If you haven't read the book, I highly suggest it.

It's unique and dramatic! Andrea's journey involves her changing and sometimes growing along the way, as she encounters all of the antics of being in the fashion world: This book is in it's own niche market - it became really popular, but it's not for everyone.

The humor is a type of special, especially since you are following Andrea's life fall apart. For me, it's a five star book! It's interesting to watch the plot spiral out of control as your begging the author to give Andrea some type of happiness in the end.

But honestly?

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It's kind of how life is - not perfect. Andrea is NOT perfect and she's definitely not the most likable character, but I grew to like her knowing all of the horror she was going through. Five out of five stars!! Jun 26, Nicola rated it did not like it Shelves: Well, that was a waste of time. I LOVE the film. It's one of my favourites and I've seen it dozens of times.

The book, however, was not even remotely impressive. The dialogue was just so I felt no emotion in any of the characters and none of them really felt individual to me. I couldn't bring myself to care about any of them and their interactions seemed so stiff and forced. Most of the book is taken up with references to fashion labels, so much so that it was like reading one big giant Well, that was a waste of time. Most of the book is taken up with references to fashion labels, so much so that it was like reading one big giant advertisement.

I am quite disappointed but I guess it's just a rare case of the movie actually being better than the book. Mar 14, Megan Johnson rated it liked it. I really wasn't that into this book. There were some parts of the book that were great, but mostly it was a VERY slow read and pretty hard to get into.

I had high expectations for this book and it did not deliver! View 2 comments. Jan 26, Cassandra Babino rated it did not like it. I was really disappointed and on a side note Feb 19, R rated it did not like it. It's funny how you forget about a book.

Then, I saw the movie and thought "I know it's been a while, but I really don't remember all this happening" - so, when I saw the book on the charity table, I figured it's only a quid, why not. Criminey, the things you forget - like what a whiney and generally unlikeable person the main character is. She bitches, she moans and she ess It's funny how you forget about a book. She bitches, she moans and she essentially steals from the company and we're supposed to like her??

It's the "something for nothing" mentality that really drags the book down - she seems to think that she can do a year as an admin and it's worth 3 years anywhere else - but somehow, that isn't going to involve work.

Oct 10, Syndi rated it really liked it. Oh I love this chick lit. I enjoy the movie. I can relate to the characters. Having a nightmare boss who demands everything must be ready for her, is just funny as hell. This is the ultimate chick lit. Dec 30, Jamie rated it it was amazing. Where to start with this one!

Seldom have I ever read a book that actually made my blood boil with rage, but this did it! I can, unfortunately, relate to the utter misery that Andy faces while at Runway, while my own clearly does not amount to her cataclysmic year of agony. Having seen the movie well over 20 times, I found the book to be very little like the movie in most regards. The book is far more depressing, but far more real, and thus far more enjoyable.

If you've never read this book, do s Where to start with this one! If you've never read this book, do so in order to gain a glimpse into what total suffering can be. Regarding Miranda Priestly, it is rare that I have come across a character that deserves a slow a horrid death, but she deserves to die slowly.

No matter the talent the woman had in editing, I would argue that her knee caps be shot out, one at a time, six months apart, then followed by her thumbs being removed with piano wire.

Lastly, her tongue should have been removed with acid. Once finished with these perhaps one year later, maybe two , poisoning by strychnine would be administered in order for her to suffocate and die of asphyxiation.

Or, on the lighter side, simply putting several ounces of glass dust into her damned Starbucks's latte would be enough to grind her internal organs into hamburger over several months of a painful and slow death.

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No human being like Miranda should be allowed to live on Earth. View all 4 comments. I love these people so much that nothing else but The Devil Wears Prada could make me want to give them bloodied noses. Jan 15, Sarah Joint rated it it was ok. It is rare that a movie based on a book is better. But here we are. Feb 11, Aneca rated it liked it Shelves: I finished The Devil Wear Prada last night.

I had some trouble getting into the book, those first descriptions of Andrea's adventures before joining the magazine were really not that interesting to me. After she enters the magazine world I became more interested in her relationship with everyone else.

Meaning I'm not that into fashion so some people might actually appreciate the fashion angle in this book more than me. Andrea Sachs, a small-town girl fresh out of college, lands the job "a million I finished The Devil Wear Prada last night. Andrea Sachs, a small-town girl fresh out of college, lands the job "a million girls would die for. After Andrea starts working at the magazine she has to deal with her boss's impossible requests, rude manners and every hour calls.

She feels compelled to try to answer every request because everyone tells her that after one year of putting up with Miranda Priestly she will be able to choose the job she wants. As the action progresses Andrea is more and more into the Runway spirit, where everybody wears designers clothes, is sickly thin and lives in fear of the boss.

Her relationship with Priestly's Senior Assistant Emily shows exactly that - either Emily is defending her boss and her rudeness or, when she is also a target, she is bad mouthing her in secret. Although she becomes more of a Runway girl Andrea keeps herself focused on the real job she wants - to write for The New Yorker, and can't resist sometimes feeling superior to everyone else who works for the magazine. With that goal in mind she keeps accepting Miranda's demands thus hurting her relationship with family and friends.

The climax come during a trip to Paris where Andrea is preparing to help Miranda organise a party even though her best friend is cometose in the hospital.

That's the end of the job and she comes home to be with friends and family even if her relationship with her boyfriend is already damaged. I thought this was a fun book to read after I made through those first pages because Miranda's rudeness and everyone else's reaction too it are actually really fun and make for some LOL moments.

However once you close the book there's really nothing that stands out. As an example of chick lit I think it lacks some growth of the main character, in the end Andrea only learned to dress herself better and maybe to pay better attention to her family.

But she already had her own set of values and principles at the beginning of the book. En serio. Trabajar para Miranda Priestly es malo para la salud. I'm quite suprise how much I love this book. Surely, it started with a very slow and almost to the point boring that it took me ages just to reach pages mark. I actually stop reading and watched the movie instead.

But l'm glad that it getting more and more interesting after pages mark. I enjoy the day to day task that Andy had to deal with. But you can't called Miranda evil wears Prada if she was not 'that' evil right.

What I love most about this book? The ending! I love how Andy came to realization that being refers as young Miranda is not a compliment. Something that was not to be proud of.

And I love how Andy turn the situation around. Apr 25, Ova - Excuse My Reading rated it it was ok. Maybe because I saw the movie before reading the book; I can't say I enjoyed this book. Found it far too long for the story it tells, and although the subject was intriguing the writing style was nothing special for me.

Siempre quise leer el libro, y al fin lo hice, y me ha encantado. The Devil Wears Prada - book and movie 3 22 May 31, Readers also enjoyed. About Lauren Weisberger. Lauren Weisberger. Lauren Weisberger was born March 28, , in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a locale recently made even more chic, if possible, by The Office.

She was joined four years later by sister Dana, a. The Family Favorite, and moved to Allentown, Pennsylvania, at age eleven. At Parkland High School, Lauren participated in all sorts of projects, activities, and organizations for the sole purpose of padding h Lauren Weisberger was born March 28, , in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a locale recently made even more chic, if possible, by The Office.

At Parkland High School, Lauren participated in all sorts of projects, activities, and organizations for the sole purpose of padding her college application, although she did genuinely enjoy playing varsity tennis especially when the girl who should have played first singles incurred a season-ending injury and Lauren had no choice but to step in for the team.

Once matriculated at Cornell University, all civic-minded extracurriculars fell by the wayside. There, she focused her energy on securing a steady stream of fake IDs and dating boys from the right fraternities. She carried a single small backpack and stayed in questionable places, further enriching her authentic cultural experiences by eating only Nutella and drinking Coca-Cola Light.

Lauren's first job after returning to the U. Lauren became proficient in the language of stilettos and Starbucks before moving to Departures magazine, where she wrote word reviews by day and took writing classes at night.

We want your feedback! Click here. Subjects Fiction Literature. Welcome to Runway magazine - the office of Miranda Priestly When Andrea first sets foot in the plush Manhattan offices of Runway she knows nothing. She's never heard of the world's most fashionable magazine, or its feared editor, Miranda Priestly.

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