Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Me vs. Me by Sarah Mlynowski

Life is full of making decisions; sometimes you make the right one and sometimes you don't. So wouldn't it be nice if you could test what your life would be like in each scenario before you made your choice? That's what Gabby Wolf would like to do in Me vs. Me by Sarah Mlynowski.

Gabby has to make the most important decision of her life. Should she stay in Phoenix and accept the proposal of her long time boyfriend whom she truly loves or move to New York and accept the job of her dreams? How can anyone possibly make a decision like that? And, what if she makes the wrong one?

Looking to the only thing she can think of to help her, she wishes on the first star she sees that night. Gabby wishes she didn't have to make a decision; that she could have it all. But, as the old saying goes, be careful what you wish for because when Gabby wakes up the next morning, suddenly she does have it all. Gabby finds herself living every day twice; once in Phoenix planning a wedding with her domineering future mother-in-law and again in New York as a successful TV news producer.

Now, is this what she really wants?

Mlynowski's first person narration will pull you in and you'll find yourself just as torn in helping Gabby make a decision as she is herself. A funny, entertaining read that will have you laughing out loud.


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