Digging For Bones

Review: Like Mother, Like Daughter

In Review, Young Adult on August 1, 2011 at 11:42 am

Like Mother, Like Daughter by Catherine Clark

Published April 1st 2002 by HarperEntertainment
Mass Market Paperback, 160 pages
Source: Got via Bookmooch

Okay, let’s face it. My mom and I are never going to have a “normal” mother-daughter relationship because my mom isn’t just my mother, she’s my best friend. She would do anything for me, including asking her parents for the tuition money to send me to Chilton, this prestigious prep school that just accepted me. That was probably one of the toughest things she’s ever done, although agreeing to weekly dinners in exchange for the loan probably runs a close second. My mom’s just miserable at the mere thought of this. But the way I look at it? — I’d just say life is going to get a lot more interesting.

– From Goodreads
 

7/10

This is a must read for hard-core Gilmore Girls fans! Its basically a re-cap of the first few episodes of season 1. Now if you are like me and you have seen all 7 seasons more than you should mention in public, then this book will be a nice change for you.

There is nothing new or added in, but it makes a very pleasant and relaxed read. I would be surprised if anyone could resist not watching Gilmore Girls straight after reading this book.

Funny, entertaining and always witty, Lorelai and Rory will keep you company!

The whole book 🙂

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  1. GAH! I didn't know there was a Gilmore Girls BOOK!!!!! *heads to Book Depository* I feel like such a bad fan.

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