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Grow up and save herself this timeDeliciously candid and gloriously heartfelt ADULTS is the story of one woman learning how to fall back in love with her life It will remind you that when the world throws you a curve ball or nine it may take friendship gin tonics or even your mother to bring you back. 4 NEUROTIC REALISTIC IMAGINATIVE IMMERSIVE STARSMy initial impression was that the life of Jenny McLaine was most like seeing a car accident ahead of you on the road It s painful but you can t help watching you must watch Then midway you are wondering why you are still paying attention why it is the writing of course Emma Jane Unsworth puts you right in the middle of this mess of a life It is so real I kept thinking of a certain friendship of mine that crumbled for the same reasons that cause her and her bff to have a falling out as the story propels forwardFirst and foremost this story exams the current era and the isolation technology creates in our modern society Jenny is our case study She is a career woman with a job writing for a modern day magazine She is the ultimate commentator on current trend

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Jenny McLaine is an adult Supposedly At thirty five she owns her own house writes for a cool magazine and has hilarious friends just a message awayBut the thing is• She can’t actually afford her house since her criminally sexy ex boyfriend Art left• her best friend Kelly is clearly trying to bre. Emma Jane Unsworth depicts a realistic problematic and humorous picture of our contemporary disease of social media addiction and its pressures its pitfalls and repercussions through the life of 35 year old Jenny McLaine On the surface Jenny is living the perfect successful life She is a columnist on a online magazine owns her own home but delve a little deeper and her life is a car crash unravelling at a rapid rate Her manipulative photographer boyfriend Art has broken up with her and found a replacement girlfriend so very uickly her job is going down the pan and her best friend single mother Kelly has had enough of her and her selfishness and her offbeat psychic mother has come to stay Jenny is anxious insecure lacking any form of self awareness with a constant need for validation Instead of paying at

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Ak up with her• she's so frazzled trying to keep up with everything you can practically hear her nerves jangling• she spends all day online stalking women with beautiful lives as her career goes down the drainAnd now her mother has appeared on her doorstep unbidden to save the dayIs Jenny ready to. Emma Jane Unsworth s breakout novel Animals featured two main characters Laura and Tyler and as with Zoes and Zeldas you re either one or the other I m definitely a Laura and Animals was powerfully resonant for me partly because of that Adults on the other hand is narrated by the euivalent of a Tyler Jenny a loud selfish character whose brashness is often a mask for uncertainty or loneliness The opening scene sets the tone as Jenny obsesses about how to caption a photo on Instagram I am creating a social media post about a croissant that I am pretty sure will define me as a human Adults follows Jenny as she stumbles through life trying to get over her ex boyfriend Art and thinking about her personal brand every five seconds She s 35 so we re at the very tail end of the millennial woman figurin


10 thoughts on “Adults by Emma Jane Unsworth

  1. says:

    Emma Jane Unsworth depicts a realistic problematic and humorous picture of our contemporary disease of social media addiction and its pressures its pitfalls and repercussions through the life of 35 year old Jenny McLaine On the surface Jenny is living the perfect successful life She is a columnist on a online magazine owns her own home but

  2. says:

    I love the premise of this book The story of a mid thirties woman named Jenny got caught up in the pitfalls of this social media age and how at thirty five there are certain societal expectations on a woman's lifestyle choices And early on in the read I really liked this It's incredibly honest and there is so much in this book th

  3. says:

    Brutally honest hilarious and insightful Adults tells a story of a thirty five year old Jenny who is obsessed with social media Jenny is bright and funny but not coping well with the break up with her boyfriend who seems to have found a replacement for Jenny in no timeIf you are in a mood for something witty to make you laugh this

  4. says:

    Addictions and compulsions come in all sort of forms Thirty five year old Jenny McLaine is addicted to social media She's much concerned with her online image and with how others may or may not perceive her Going down the social media rabbit hole Sounds familiar right? It may not come as a surprise to most of you that women are addicted using that broadly to social media than men Jenny's got issues who doesn't? Her mum

  5. says:

    Grown Ups is one of those books that's a little hard to explain If I tell you it's a novel about a thirtysomething blogger who's obsessed with

  6. says:

    Emma Jane Unsworth's breakout novel Animals featured two main characters – Laura and Tyler – and as with Zoes and Zeldas you're either one or the other I'm definitely a Laura and Animals was powerfully resonant for me partly because of that Adults on the other hand is narrated by the euivalent of a Tyler Jenny a loud selfish character whose brashness is often a mask for uncertainty or loneliness The opening scene sets the tone as Jenny

  7. says:

    Jenny is obsessed with social media and seeing how many likes and comments she receives It ends up ruining her life It's starting to spiral out of control so her mother Carmen comes to stayThere were parts of this book I enjoyed and others n

  8. says:

    Known as Adults in every other country but this is her originally intended title so we win Grown Ups is about a 30 something named Jenny trying to navigate her relationships as seen through social media including some very funny drunk Tweets and email drafts and I went to an author event this past weekend with her as well and several peopl

  9. says:

    4 NEUROTIC REALISTIC IMAGINATIVE IMMERSIVE STARSMy initial impression was that the life of Jenny McLaine was most like seeing a car accident ahead of you on the road It's painful but you can't help watching you must watch Then midwa

  10. says:

    There are some witty insightful bits in this novel Lines like “When oh when will they create a Breathalyzer app that disa

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