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The Love Machine (Anglais) Broché – 14 décembre 1997

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The Love machine est mon préféré mais le reste de la biblio est tout aussi passionnante. Le personnage principal est ici un homme et chacun des livres de J. Susann est une aventure au cœur du monde new-yorkais de ‘l’entertainment’ après la seconde guerre mondiale. J. Susan nous transporte progressivement vers l’avènement de la folie des années 70. Ses personnages sont délicieusement cyniques et superficiels. Un conseil : ne lisez pas le résumé de quatrième de couverture qui réussi presque à nous convaincre de ne pas s’engager dans l’aventure !
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing Writing, Poor Ending 21 août 2016
Par Asia Rae - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Jacqueline Susann was an amazing writer & story teller. I could not put down Valley of the Dolls no matter how much I yelled (yes I was the crazy lady yelling at her Kindle) at the 3 main character's poor decision making. I hate that people refer to her work as "trashy". Drives me up the wall. She had a rare gift of being honest, raw, & realistic with her characters. This is not Disney people, it's real life ups and downs no matter how ugly. That being said, I gave 3 stars simply for the way the story ended. It's just me, but I needed more explanation in what happened to January. I got the point (I guess) but it could have been told a lot better. After being on this long adventure with the character, I felt like a page was missing from the conclusion. Otherwise it was wonderfully written until that point.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic Tale Of Booze, Fortune And Lots And Lots Of Sex!! 27 juin 2014
Par C. James - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This was a really great story by the late and great Jackie Susann and I've got to say that I enjoyed this book very much! It kept my interest all the way to the very end. It had some great characters that in my opinion may be even better than those in "Valley Of The Dolls". I found some of the characters in this story as tragic and while others were just bitter and completely cold hearted. Overall this story was just as good as "Valley" and some may say it is even better. I think what really attracts me to reading these novels is the characters in these books seem to really be over the top and usually they hit rock bottom soon or later. I would recommend this!!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 It's entertaining but..... 17 juillet 2016
Par mandy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is NO Valley of the Dolls. There's drugs and booze and lesbian sex. Theres also the over the hill lover and extremely naive main character that I simply could not identify with in any way. Also there are far too many attempted rapes in this book. That's not sexy or glamorous IMHO but to each their own. It made for an entertaining read but I'll stick to the Dolls.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Susann takes on a new era 18 septembre 2006
Par Edward Aycock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Jackie Susann's final novel published in her lifetime is the story of young January Wayne, a girl with an Electra complex so big, you'll blush. "Enough" is a terrific read. It goes quickly, is maddeningly involving and, if I may be so bold, is better written than Susann's classic "Valley of the Dolls." Sure, this is tried and true Susann territory with the milquetoast heroine and the usual stew of sex, drugs (in this case "vitamin shots")and deceit is in place but even so, this time something's different.

In "Enough," New York is no longer a glamorous city but a place becoming overrun with junkies and whores, Broadway shows feature (simulated) sex and nudity (but that's nothing compared to the downtown theater scene!) and movies are less escapist than a reflection of the growing desperation of the late 60s/ early 70s. Susann, to her credit, bravely takes on this new era but you can't help feel that she really doesn't know what to make of it. Some of the attempts at youth culture and lingo seem less than authentic (Did people really say, "How about throwing on some slacks and coming over!" back then?) and other incidents appear to have germinated in stories that Susann may have heard being whispered in passing at a party and wrote down ("Did you hear about the types of parties those kids have nowadays?") And despite featuring a heroine in her early twenties, Susann has January get involved in a bad accident and spend three years (not so coincidentally the "revolutionary" years 1967-70) in a Swiss hospital that does not allow television, radio or newspapers. Perfect - a young heroine who's a tabula rasa with no knowledge of the youth movement. Golly, what a neat trick!

The characters in the book are a fun lot, though I felt Karla was exceptionally frustrating as "the lesbian who wasn't" and David Milford was as stiff as they come (and the casting of George Harrison as David in the film version makes perfect sense.) Look out for the characters of Linda Riggs and Tom Colt allegedly based upon Gloria Steinem and Norman Mailer, respectively. Try not to laugh when you come upon Tom Colt's "ailment", perhaps one of the funniest cases of literary revenge ever.

If you only have read and enjoyed "Valley of the Dolls", you should definitely check this one out. It's a lot of fun but you won't feel especially guilty for enjoying it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Rampant menopausal women, a gorgeous man and his loves, really fascinating! 11 octobre 2014
Par Schuyler V. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Just fabulous; my second favorite JS book (first favorite is Once is Not Enough) so many twists and surprises and as always, such finely drawn characters. First time I ever heard of the Reeperbahn, a place I would never want to visit in real life *shudder* If you haven't read it yet you're in for a real treat! The worst for me was the middle aged woman chasing the lead character, her behavior, IMO, was appalling.
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