The Last Book Party

The Last Book Party by Karen Dukess was an OK read. It’s about a woman in NYC publishing who moves to the Cape, where her family has a summer home, to be a personal assistant to a writer. This writer and his wife host a party each summer where each attendee dresses as a literary figure. It’s a slow story that reads quickly, but it left me cold – a story that has too often been told. So, not one I would grab, if I were you.

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