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10 thoughts on “The Debutantes

  1. says:

    Some time ago I found this book in a thrift store, and being amused with the description I decided to fork over the fifty cents It sat on my shelf for awhile before I decided I was in the mood for some 80s trash and gave it a go This book did not disappoint It was awful But it was wonderfully awful It was like V.C Andrews attempting to write the plot of a Whit Stillman film There was so much trash crammed into these five hundred pages that it almost doesn t seem possible Ostensibly the tale of four debutantes in 1946 we follow these girls through their lineage I see you thinly veiled Gloria Vanderbilt , boarding school days Miss Chalmers , debut, and then up through 1976 as they make terrible decisions, rash marriages, and basically define the term jet set They settle in Paris for year, Switzerland for awhile, LA, New York, Boston, all at a whim They work with Grace Kelly, are good friends with Jackie Bouvier naturally they attend her wedd...

  2. says:

    Why I tormented myself for so long with this book is anybody s guess In a nutshell four rich, white girls with too much time on their hands and tons of bad decisions to make I got the impression the author was trying to turn this into a contemporary Valley of...

  3. says:

    I read The Debutantes in the summer of 89 and was completely blown away My sister left this book behind after moving out and I stumbled upon it by accident It was a fantastic book dealing with taboo subjects that left me with a lasting impression I was quite invested ...

  4. says:

    It was ok some parts got boring

  5. says:

    This was a dreadful book on an adult reread, but when I was 14 I loved it.

  6. says:

    The best kind of early 80 s family saga crazysauce Read with my jaw hanging open the whole time, thinking, they didn t just did they BOY HOWDY, THEY DID.

  7. says:

    I have a photograph of me standing in front of my bookcase with this book as one of the books behind methat was in 1995 and I ve only just got around to reading it lol Anyway, on to the book After I had read that it had reminded somebody of V Andrews I groaned and thought Oh no I ve just read one of hers and am now bored with her work but I decided to give it a go anyway I found it very easy to get into Loved how it introduced each of the girls and described their backgrounds and a little bit of family history, it held a lot of promise but then, towards the middle of the book, it all got a bit.floppy I plodded on, hoping that it would pick up again, and it partly did although I found it became quite bitty and from one paragraph to the next a lot of time had passed without anything being mentioned maybe the author was becoming quite eager to finish th...

  8. says:

    After a slow start it picks and races along Darker than your usual trashy blockbuster with some uncomfortable storylines incest and imprisonment being just two The ending was slow and unspectacular.

  9. says:

    Please note I am ranking these reviews as I remember enjoying them from the 80 s It would be a blast to revisit these though

  10. says:

    Can never be presented in a grand style.

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