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Big Girls Don't Cry epub ebook

by Connie Briscoe

Big Girls Don't Cry epub ebook

Author: Connie Briscoe
Category: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Ballantine Books (1997)
Pages: 416 pages
ISBN: 0006499740
ISBN13: 978-0006499749
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 311
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Yes, actually big girls do cry and Connie Briscoe has a way of making us both cry and laugh (with recognition) at the foibles .

Yes, actually big girls do cry and Connie Briscoe has a way of making us both cry and laugh (with recognition) at the foibles of the characters in Connie's novels. These characters are memorable and loads of fun and they inevitably grow stronger as the novel progresses. Connie is so supremely talented and gifted that I - like many of her fans - can't wait for the next novel. Though PG County was fun to read, it will not stay with me like Big Girls Don't Cry has. I read "Big Girls" several times because I loved it so much. I have passed it on to several friends to read also.

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Briscoe returns (Sisters and Lovers, 1994) to tackle 30 years of African-American history through the wide eyes of. .

Briscoe returns (Sisters and Lovers, 1994) to tackle 30 years of African-American history through the wide eyes of an Everywoman protagonist. In early 1960s Washington, . Naomi Jefferson's most pressing issues are extracurricular activities (piano or ballet?), her older brother Joshua's superiority complex, and romance (will she ever be kissed?). Briscoe's been touted as another McMillan or even a peer of Morrison's, but the stilted dialogue, heavy-handed moralizing, and plodding plot here keep her in a lesser league entirely. 150,000 ad/promo; author tour).

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In Big Girls Don't Cry, Briscoe has created a heroine and a story to which any woman who has faced the frustrations of glass ceilings, the pain of loss and sacrifice and the perils and pleasures of love will immediately relate. Random House USA Inc. ISBN-10.

In Big Girls Don't Cry, Briscoe has created a heroine and a story to which any woman who has faced the frustrations of. In her eagerly-awaited second novelBig Girls Don't Cry, bestselling author Connie Briscoe (Sisters and Lovers) examines the issues faced by a young black woman determined to be successful both professionally and romantically.

com: Big Girls Don't Cry: NEW YORK: Harper (1996). Yes, actually big girls do cry and Connie Briscoe has a way of making us both cry and laugh (with recognition) at the foibles of the characters in Connie's novels. Fine in a fine dust jacket.

Reviews (7)
Ximinon
This book was very true to any black woman who grew up middle class during the era that this book covers. In fact, I'm 26 but I shared this with my mother, 65, and she actually loved it (which I was very surprised about). If you're looking for raunchy sex scenes or amazing, hard to believe love stories, then this isn't your book. This is more along the lines of Push (Precious) because of how real the content was. She struggles with a lot from start to finish and this is the first time, since reading "Gone with the Wind" that I've ever read through a characters entire life from childhood into adulthood. And by the end she really gets her act together. It's inspiration for black women and, if you're not a squimish parent, I'd give it to my college-aged daughter.

Cesar
This is one of Connie Briscoe's best books. It's a classic because it takes one through the journey of real friends as we peer into their childhoods, the inner circle of their families, and see them grow up. After reading this one feels that the characters are real. In the past I took the audiobook out the library and my daughters and niece I would love listening to it on long vacation drives to the shore and they'd fight over who would read the hard copy on the beach. So, this was a replacement copy of that book.

Rgia
Ironically, I am writing this review after just having finished another Connie Briscoe book, PG County. Though PG County was fun to read, it will not stay with me like Big Girls Don't Cry has. I read "Big Girls" several times because I loved it so much. I have passed it on to several friends to read also. I won't do that with PG County. Read Big Girls Don't Cry, you won' regret it! I still think it is the better Briscoe! :)

Doukree
One of the best books I've read in a long time..

Sorryyy
My favorite book! It crazy how many times I've read this book.

Ffrlel
Really good book

Fomand
The book I ordered definitely met my expectation. Will continue utilizing your services.

Really enjoyed this novel! Didn't want to put it down! The story line was great. The characters were well-developed. Overall great book.

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