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Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld - Book Review

I enjoyed this book so much I read it twice in one week. Curtis Sittenfeld is one of my favourite authors and Romantic Comedy one of her most entertaining books. Intelligent, warm and witty with engaging dialogue and a social conscience, this is a fun and satisfying read. Synopsis from Penguin Random House :  Sally Milz is a sketch writer for The Night Owls, a late-night live comedy show that airs every Saturday. With a couple of heartbreaks under her belt, she’s long abandoned the search for love, settling instead for the occasional hook-up, career success, and a close relationship with her stepfather to round out a satisfying life. But when Sally’s friend and fellow writer Danny Horst begins dating Annabel, a glamorous actress who guest-hosted the show, he joins the not-so-exclusive group of talented but average-looking and even dorky men at the show—and in society at large—who’ve gotten romantically involved with incredibly beautiful and accomplished women. Sally channels her annoy

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