Rise and shine: a novel

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Random House Large Print, Aug 29, 2006 - Domestic fiction - 511 pages
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It's an otherwise ordinary Monday when Meghan Fitzmaurice's perfect life hits a wall. A household name as the host of Rise and Shine, the country's highest-rated morning talk show, Meghan cuts to a commercial break--but not before she mutters two forbidden words into her open mike.

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Enjoyable and easy to read. - Goodreads
Good book, kind of sad ending. - Goodreads
Kind of a cool insight into sisterhood. - Goodreads
A page turner, but suffers from a lack of imagination. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Sue Vanwassenhove - Goodreads

I like Quindlen's style and this plot is a good one. Details were a bit much at times making it feel slow, but then the ending seemed a bit rushed. Still, a good book. Read full review

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User Review  - Kate Donnelly - Goodreads

I loved this book. It was a learning about NYC. I could not really identify with the characters, but the stories they told were stories that were identifiable. It showed how New Yorkers vowed their ... Read full review


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