Green chronicled the London singles scene with wit and verve in Bookends and Mr. Maybe. Moving on from somethings to som. Meet Julia, a wildly successful television producer who appears to have the picture-perfect life. But beneath the surface, things are not as perfect as. Complete summary of Jane Green’s Babyville. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Babyville.

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A fun, light read! Email Subscription Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. This site uses cookies. But I liked how bzbyville of the characters and stories kind of came together in Sam’s story and I liked that it had a nicely wrapped up ending.

The only thing that made this book slightly entertaining was towards the end of the book one of the women got her comeuppance in a completely humiliating though well deserved way, and those 2 pages were highly enjoyable in an otherwise completely wretched book. Other editions – View all Babyville: Dec 09, Kelly Lamb rated it really liked it Shelves: I am an avid reader of all types of books, including chick lit.

Meanwhile, Julia’s friend Sam has grden become the mother of baby George, but finds that “nothing had prepared her for the loneliness and the boredom” of having an infant. Meet Julia, a wildly successful television producer geen appears to have the picture-perfect life. Feb 14, Melynda Yesenia rated it did not like it. Maeve almost breaks out in a rash at the thought of being a greenn. She starts to lose weight, buy new clothes, and basically acts like a college girl. But baby George brings only exhaustion, extra pounds, and marital strife to her once tidy life.


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Gredn had little empathy for any of the characters. Maeve is commitment phobic, as she was raised by a single mom who swung from relationship to relationship. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Mungkin karena seperti The Man I Should Have Married, gue tetiba menggalau membaca untaian kalimat yang menggambarkan hubungan Mark dan Julia yang, serius, mirip banget sama gue sama mantan dulu.

Nemu kalimat yang berasa ngga enak dikit, langsung turn off.

Babyville by Jane Green

The book switches back and forth among these three main characters. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Bestselling author Jane Green has won the hearts of thousands of readers with her fresh take on single life and the dating jungle. It’s a good “nothing else to read” book that won’t disappoint with lower expectations. But when her no-strings-attached nightlife leads to an unexpected pregnancy, her reaction may be just as unexpected. Dec 18, Jackie Bromagin rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 05, Minutes Buy.

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Meet Julia, a wildly successful television producer who appears to have the picture-perfect life. Grinning from “ear to ear” and waiting for “Prince Charming.

I had little empathy for any of t This was not my babyviloe Jane Green novel. Very realistic about relationships, babies and what sometimes goes on in womens heads. I thought the 3 perspectives in the novel were interesting, and I took a particular grern to Maeve.

Samantha wants only the best for her baby, and that means doing everything herself as she feels that Chris has suddenly become completely useless. I don’t know how this book is possibly rated so highly on goodreads.

From inside the book. CUT – the chapters on Julia end. The ending of this novel, needless to say, is feel good. Stuck in a loveless relationship with her boyfriend, Mark, Julia thinks a baby is the answer. Like I wanted to throw the book at the wall type hate because it played into an annoying book, tv, and movie trope that I can’t stand.


Jane Green has done vreen amazing job of knitting these characters together and writing a fabulous novel. Join 23 other followers. Lists with This Book.

Review: Babyville by Jane Green

Samantha wants the perfect life of wife and mother. This section ends with Maeve in labor. Open Preview See a Problem? I started to read the What to Eat when your Expecting book a much longer version of that single chapter because it was handed down to me, and it was such a “scare” tactic book that I haven’t picked it up again in the past 3 months.

This was the first jg book I read in a few years, and it was good to be back in the land of teacups and tidy endings. It is these three women, similar but different in motivation, attitude, and lifestyle, who breathe life into the subject, and create a threesome of female archetypes Ggeen less successful than the first two to celebrate.

It was scenes like this one that really made this book relatable at least for me. I think you would have to be pretty strongly into babies in order to enjoy this book.

But the emotional experience of reading this novel stayed with me for days.