May 14, 2017

Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford

Published Date : June 14, 2016
Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin
Genre : Fiction / Women's
Rating : 3 Star


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Everybody Rise is the story of what happens to one woman and her desire to be something that she isn't. Evelyn Beegan is a young 26 year old who lives in Manhatten and just landed a job for recruiting high society members into a social media site for the elite. As Evelyn is lured into this high class world, her family life is far from it with her father, a class-action lawyer just getting indicted for bribery. With Evelyn trying to keep this a secret from her new friends, it all leads to a major downfall about secrets that she has been hiding from everyone and it will force her to realize who her true friends are.

For the life of me, I don't understand how this book can be hilarious when it's sad to see somebody not having that much self worth of themselves to do the things that Evelyn did. I could never do what Evelyn did but I could see where it lead her to do those things from what her parents were doing at the time and a mother who cared more about class than what her own daughter was going through. I do have to give Stephanie credit for writing a book that makes you stay glued to it just to see how it all ends!

Thank You to Stephanie Clifford for writing a novel that makes me glad to be who I am and curious to see what is to come from you in the future!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : SRC 2016!

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