Review: The Twitter Diaries by Georgie Thompson & Imogen Lloyd Webber

Full Title: The Twitter Diaries: A Tale of 2 Cities,
1 Friendship, 140 Characters
Published: 2012
By: Bloomsbury
Source: Purchased – Indigo!
Format: Paperback
ISBN:  9781620401040


It’s New Years Eve, 2011, and Peter Mignon is hosting a lush party to which he is disgustingly wealthy for. The party that brings together the models and the “modelisers”, and two women who become the closest of friends connecting 98% percent of the time through Twitter.

In this day and age, social media is the greatest connector. Allowing people to reconnect, stay connected, or become connected from anywhere in the world. In this case, the two women: Stella, an entrepreneur in men’s fashion footwear, and Tuesday, an up-and-coming for Wake Up Britain, start this wild correspondence discussing their love-lives, their works-lives, and their mums. Becoming each others greatest support systems and learning a lot more about themselves than they ever thought, taking risks they never imagined, and becoming successful in their own ways.

This book is “fluffy”, there is no denying, and a great beach read for your upcoming holidays, or – As us North Americans are getting a yucky dousing of winter white-stuff-  if you’re home sick, or if you want something different without the Harlequin stuff. The Twitter Diaries is a dose of comedy with an English twist.

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Library Tech grad who is currently working on a BA in Political Science and filling all her time with books.
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