The Wonder Spot

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The Wonder Spot

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Six years after her amazingly successful debut, The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing , Melissa Bank rewards her fans for their patience with The Wonder Spot , a refreshingly honest interpretation of one young womans journey into adulthood. As we follow heroine Sophie Applebaum through a comfortable, yet awkward childhood in suburban Pennsylvania to the challenges of find Six years after her amazingly successful debut, The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing , Melissa Bank rewards her fans for their patience with The Wonder Spot , a refreshingly honest interpretation of one young womans journey into adulthood. As we follow heroine Sophie Applebaum through a comfortable, yet awkward childhood in suburban Pennsylvania to the challenges of finding love and a career in midtown Manhattan, The Wonder Spot is never guilty of the self-indulgent traps set by other members of the Chick Lit genre Bank helped launch. We first meet the Applebaum clan on their way to cousin Rebeccas bat mitzvah in Chappaqua, New York, where Sophie ends up sneaking cigarettes in the woods with a handsome eighth grader one year her senior. Yet even this minor rebellion is more charming than anything else; as with most of her future transgressions, Sophie is less the instigator than the innocent witness. Defining moments in Sophies life are revealed through her relationships: an almost mythical college roommate named Venice; her charismatic yet capricious older brother; her brilliant younger brother; her unpenetrable father; and her hilarious grandmother, who takes it upon herself to save her Sophila from impending spinsterhood. Of course, no real journey into young womanhood is complete without a series of committment phobic, potentially delinquent, overly nice men whose appearances seem less about love than about demonstrating our heroines inability to ever truly be comfortable with herself. As Sophie observes during a seventh grade skating party, I felt sure that everyone was looking at me and then realized that no one was, and I experienced the distinct shame of each. Undeniably clever, occasionally hilarious, and often poignant, The Wonder Spot is captivating enough for readers to forgive Sophies indecisive, self-destructive tendancies and simply bask in her sincerity. --Gisele Toueg

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Six years after her amazingly successful debut, The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing , Melissa Bank rewards her fans for their patience with The Wonder Spot , a refreshingly honest interpretation of one young womans journey into adulthood. As we follow heroine Sophie Applebaum through a comfortable, yet awkward childhood in suburban Pennsylvania to the challenges of find Six years after her amazingly successful debut, The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing , Melissa Bank rewards her fans for their patience with The Wonder Spot , a refreshingly honest interpretation of one young womans journey into adulthood. As we follow heroine Sophie Applebaum through a comfortable, yet awkward childhood in suburban Pennsylvania to the challenges of finding love and a career in midtown Manhattan, The Wonder Spot is never guilty of the self-indulgent traps set by other members of the Chick Lit genre Bank helped launch. We first meet the Applebaum clan on their way to cousin Rebeccas bat mitzvah in Chappaqua, New York, where Sophie ends up sneaking cigarettes in the woods with a handsome eighth grader one year her senior. Yet even this minor rebellion is more charming than anything else; as with most of her future transgressions, Sophie is less the instigator than the innocent witness. Defining moments in Sophies life are revealed through her relationships: an almost mythical college roommate named Venice; her charismatic yet capricious older brother; her brilliant younger brother; her unpenetrable father; and her hilarious grandmother, who takes it upon herself to save her Sophila from impending spinsterhood. Of course, no real journey into young womanhood is complete without a series of committment phobic, potentially delinquent, overly nice men whose appearances seem less about love than about demonstrating our heroines inability to ever truly be comfortable with herself. As Sophie observes during a seventh grade skating party, I felt sure that everyone was looking at me and then realized that no one was, and I experienced the distinct shame of each. Undeniably clever, occasionally hilarious, and often poignant, The Wonder Spot is captivating enough for readers to forgive Sophies indecisive, self-destructive tendancies and simply bask in her sincerity. --Gisele Toueg
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Title The Wonder Spot Height 12.9
Melissa Bank Width 2.2
ISBN-13 9780141021843 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0141021845 Spine Width
Publisher Faber And Faber (penguin India) Pages 336
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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