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Queenie NAMED ONE OF THE MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF BY WOMAN S DAY, NEWSDAY, PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, BUSTLE, AND BOOK RIOT B Rilliant, Timely, Funny, Heartbreaking Jojo Moyes, New York Times Bestselling Author OfMe Before You Bridget Jones S DiarymeetsAmericanah In This Disarmingly Honest, Boldly Political, And Truly Inclusive Novel That Will Speak To Anyone Who Has Gone Looking For Love And Found Something Very Different In Its PlaceQueenie Jenkins Is A Twenty Five Year Old Jamaican British Woman Living In London, Straddling Two Cultures And Slotting Neatly Into Neither She Works At A National Newspaper, Where She S Constantly Forced To Compare Herself To Her White Middle Class Peers After A Messy Break Up From Her Long Term White Boyfriend, Queenie Seeks Comfort In All The Wrong Places Including Several Hazardous Men Who Do A Good Job Of Occupying Brain Space And A Bad Job Of Affirming Self Worth As Queenie Careens From One Questionable Decision To Another, She Finds Herself Wondering, What Are You Doing Why Are You Doing It Who Do You Want To Be All Of The Questions Today S Woman Must Face In A World Trying To Answer Them For Her With Fresh And Honest Jojo Moyes Prose, Queenie Is A Remarkably Relatable Exploration Of What It Means To Be A Modern Woman Searching For Meaning In Today S World


About the Author: Candice Carty-Williams

Candice Carty Williams was born in 1989, the result of an affair between a Jamaican cab driver who barely speaks and a Jamaican Indian dyslexic receptionist who speaks than anyone else in the world She studied Media at Sussex because her sixth form teachers said that she wasn t clever enough to do English, but she showed them all by first working at the Guardian Guide and then moving into pu



10 thoughts on “Queenie

  1. says:

    He put a hand on my thigh and moved it higher, digging his nails into my skin That ll be a pair of tights gone. This book is a bit deceiving Queenie is such a funny and lovable character, with wha


  2. says:

    This is the kind of novel whose excellence sneaks up on you The beginning is kind of rocky and I wasn t sure where the book was going but then it gets great and unputdownable and I held my breath reading as fas


  3. says:

    I don t think I ve been this disappointed in a book in quite some time.I m disgusted.Queenie with all of its rave reviews never hints at the alarming and problematic content.Queenie is a twenty something year old Jam


  4. says:

    Rating 4.75I loved this book Such an unexpected gem of a read I went into this one blind I knew nothing about it, I read no reviews I frequently check out my library for new audio books I saw this bold orange cover of a bo


  5. says:

    4.5 Stars He paused and lifted his glasses to wipe his wet eyes You re full of fight Queenie Full of Fight He turned away and ambled back down the garden path, leaving me standing there unable to process anything he d said.


  6. says:

    Why I love itby Jojo MoyesI have to confess I have a prior interest in Queenie s author, Candice Carty Williams A few years ago, I created a competition offering up my cottage to an aspiring writer in need of time and space to complet


  7. says:

    This book explores individual and collective trauma in all its eye opening forms Queenie is such a well developed and layered character, and when you follow her through this book be very aware of judgments that may arise You may be frustrat


  8. says:

    free review copy I inhaled this in one afternoon Two things you need to know.1 don t go into it expecting it to meet that Bridget Jones description because it is WAY deeper and at times very emotionally dark That comparison is deceptive and sets


  9. says:

    A tiresome novel that made me cranky Everything about Queenie screams middle school angst Queenie and her crew think and act like 12 year olds trapped in 25 year old bodies Take away some of the sex, replace their jobs with 7th grade classes and


  10. says:

    Whoever is trying to sell this book as a Bridget Jones alike is misleading people If you watch as much British TV, as I do, you would get a better idea if you imagine Queenie as a cross between Fleabag and Chewing Gum I wouldn t want you to open this book an


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