Psychos

Psychos

A White Girl Problems Book

Book - 2014
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"Fresh out of rehab, Babe Walker has (temporarily) conquered her shopping addiction and is ready to take on the world once again. But first she must embark on a journey of self-discovery to figure out exactly who this new "Post-Rehab Babe" really is. Thus begins a wild string of misadventures that takes Babe from L.A. to Paris to Amsterdam to NYC, and finds her trailed by a mysterious stalker, reunited with and then torn apart from an ex-lover, engaged and then suddenly single, employed at Vogue and then excommunicated from the fashion industry... only to wind up exactly where she started: the painstakingly manicured center of the universe, the "epitome of the urban socialite you love to hate" (Time)"-- Provided by publisher.
"In this hysterical follow-up to the New York Times bestseller White Girl Problems, Babe Walker travels the globe as she tries to figure out the answer to the question foremost on everyone's mind--including hers: Who is Babe Walker? If you're one of Babe's 800,000+ Twitter followers who devour her daily musings, including "It's so sad when you're not dating Ryan Gosling" and "Good deed of the day: Tell a fat person they're nice," then you'll love riding shotgun with Babe at the wheel as she travels the globe trying to figure out just who she is in this hysterical follow-up to her New York Times bestselling book, White Girl Problems. After spending four months in rehab conquering her alleged shopping addiction, Babe Walker embarks on a personal journey of self-discovery. Her faith in the Universe and its messages leads her all over the world: from Los Angeles to Paris to Amsterdam to Greece and New York City. Throughout this wild string of globe-trotting misadventures, Babe finds herself reunited with--and then torn apart from--an ex-lover, excommunicated by the fashion industry, and trailed by a mysterious stalker who clearly wants her dead. Although the post-rehab Babe and been re-birthed as a "New Babe," something that hasn't changed is the "lack of filter" that allows her to say what it is we're all usually thinking, but are too afraid, embarrassed, or polite to say ourselves, making Babe Walker the "epitome of the urban socialite you love to hate" (Time)"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2014
Edition: First Gallery Books trade paperback edition
ISBN: 9781476734156
1476734151
Branch Call Number: WALKER
Characteristics: x, 276 pages ; 22 cm

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Sep 28, 2014

Loved it!!! Just as good as "White Girl Problems". I hope Babe keeps writing!! I work in an office full of women and I'm getting them all hooked on these books!

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