Charlotte Street

Charlotte Street

Book - 2012
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"Jason Priestley (no, not that Jason Priestley) is in a rut. He gave up his teaching job to write snarky reviews of cheap restaurants for the free newspaper you take but don't read. He lives above a video-game store, between a Polish newsstand and that place that everyone thinks is a brothel but isn't. His most recent Facebook status is 'Jason Priestley is...eating soup.' Jason's beginning to think he needs a change. So he uncharacteristically moves to help a girl on the street who's struggling with an armload of packages, and she smiles an incredible smile at him before her cab pulls away. What for a fleeting moment felt like a beginning is cruelly cut short--until Jason realizes that he's been left holding a disposable camera. And suddenly, with prodding and an almost certainly disastrous offer of assistance from his socially inept best friend Dev, a coincidence-based, half-joking idea--What if he could track this girl down based on the photos in her camera?--morphs into a full-fledged quest to find the woman of Jason's dreams."--from cover, p. [4]
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780062190567
0062190563
Branch Call Number: WALLACE
Characteristics: 407 p. ; 21 cm

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Dec 31, 2012

Charlotte Street is a very funny touching description of a 30-something young man's search for love. It is also a great London book---lots of real places to visit, including Charlotte Street itself, a great restaurant area. Highly recommended.

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