Candace Bushnell

The Carrie Diaries

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The Carrie Diaries is the coming-of-age story of one of the most iconic characters of our generation.
Before Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw was a small-town girl who knew she wanted more. She's ready for real life to start, but first she must navigate her senior year of high school. Up until now, Carrie and her friends have been inseparable. Then Sebastian Kydd comes into the picture, and a friend's betrayal makes her question everything.
With an unforgettable cast of characters, The Carrie Diaries is the story of how a regular girl learns to think for herself and evolves into a sharp, insightful writer. Readers will learn about her family background, how she found her writing voice, and the indelible impression her early friendships and relationships left on her. Through adventures both audacious and poignant, we'll see what brings Carrie to her beloved New York City, where her new life begins.
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    Jazmin Torresshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    It's Super funny, I really enjoy the reading and definitely love the final, I couldn't stop reading

    blondieDshared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
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    💞Loved Up

    I’m in love with this book🥰 So that’s how it all started for Carrie Bradshaw we all know and adore. First love, best friend’s betrayal and all school drama thing. Exciting and hilarious novel which I can recommend to all kind of readers from teen girls to adult women who want to plunge into atmosphere of Carrie’s youth in Castlebury✌🏻

    Bo Teeshared an impression3 years ago

    This is the best boooooook I’ve ever read!,!!!!!


    Vicky Wrighthas quoted7 years ago
    I mean, isn’t it the truth? Whoever we are here, we might be princesses somewhere else. Or writers. Or scientists. Or presidents. Or whatever the hell we want to be that everyone else says we can’t.
    Katherine Bannikovahas quoted6 years ago
    I don’t know what I want to do for the rest of my life. I mean, why should I? I’m only seventeen. All I know is that I don’t want someone telling me what I can’t do.”
    tristatestigmahas quoted6 years ago
    “a watched pot never boils”

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