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Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown

Title:

Legally Blonde

Author:

Amanda Brown

Published:

Times Warner in 2003

Stand Alone/ Series:

I think there are two more books? Or companion novels.

Pages:

284

Format:

Paperback

Genre:

Chick Lit

Summary:

Elle Woods, California University senior, seems to have it all. President of Delta Gamma sorority, she’s aced her major–sociopolitical jewellery design-and is on the verge of becoming Mrs. Warner Huntington III. Too bad Warner, bound for Stanford Law, dumps her with the explanation that he now needs a more “serious” woman at his side. Faced with this unexpected reversal of fortune, Woods doesn’t get depressed, she gets busy.

Thanks to a creative application video and a demand for “diversity” at Stanford Law, Elle is admitted. Soon she’s packing up her convertible-as well as her pet Chihuahua “Underdog”-and heading north, determined to win back her man. Smart, fast and funny, Legally Blonde proves just how much fun blondes really can have.

Review:

Its one of those few times when I want to read the book after I’ve seen the movie. I personally liked the movie much better than the book. It was dragging in some parts and I got into a reading slump because of it so I kept it away for quite a while before getting over it and reading the whole damn book.
The sarcasm was lacking and I just didn’t like how desperate Elle was for Warner. There were a lot of things that didn’t make sense at all, because they were nowhere near logical.
It was an okay read and I’m definitely not reading the next books.

Rating:

2

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