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10 July 2015 @ 01:57 pm
on 'Summer at Tiffany'  
'Summer at Tiffany' is a memoir written about a young girl, and her friends' experience working as a page in the Summer of 1945 at Tiffany and Co. in New York City.  I just finished this book a few days ago, and wanted to share my brief opinion about it.

I first heard about this book while watching a Youtube video, and thought it might be interesting, since I am a lover and wearer of Tiffany jewelry. 'Summer at Tiffany' is a pretty quick and easy read, and for the most part enjoyable. The book was interesting, but I did find myself a little bored at times. One of my favorite things about the book however, is getting to read about life in 1945. I enjoyed reading about all the famous stars of the times that the author met while she was working, and her experiences in and around New York. I think it's always fun and fasinating to read about the life and times in another era gone by. I think you'll enjoy his book, if you too enjoy reading about life in another era, especially the 40's. When I was in New York a while back, I visited a Tiffany store, and it was fun to think about the store I visted back in the day.

If this sounds like a book you might be interested in, you can click here to find it on 'Amazon' . Summer at Tiffany would be a fun read as the Summer comes to a close, and you need one last "easy" book to read. Finally, I think this book is worth it for reading the afterwards in the back of the book, and reading the updates of the author in her time since writing this memoir.