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Waiting on Wednesday

Wednesday 28th April, 2010

Welcome to another day here at Melanie’s Musings! Hope your week has been going fabulously. Since today is Wednesday, it’s time for Waiting on Wednesday, a meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, where we spotlight one book that we, well, can barely stand waiting for!

Summary from Goodreads:

Bright Young Things is the first in an epic four-book series about three teenage girls finding their way in the glittering metropolis of New York City and the glamorous mansions of Long Island. It’s 1929 and Letty Larkspur and Cordelia Grey have escaped their small Midwestern town to chase big dreams and even bigger secrets. In New York, they meet Astrid Donal, a flapper who has everything she could ever want, except for the one thing Letty and Cordelia have to offer—true friendship. Set in the dizzying summer before the market crash, against the vast lawns of the East End and on the blindingly lit stages of Broadway, the three girls will find romance, intrigue, and adventure.

Just as The Luxe books brought the Gilded Age to readers of Gossip Girl, Bright Young Things will bring the Jazz Age to bestselling author Anna Godbersen’s devoted fans and to new readers alike.

I’m a huge fan of The Luxe and Rumors (click the links to read my reviews), the first two books in The Luxe series. Envy was sadly disappointing for me, but I’ve got a copy of Splendor on its way to me! The way I see it, by the time I read Splendor, there’ll be just enough time to eagerly anticipate Bright Young Things* release, which is October 26.

I’m a huge fan of historical fiction, but I’ve never read any set in the 1920s. It sounds great!

*Amazon affiliate link

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