{Free eBook} Sweetbitter Author Stephanie Danler – Selindameditasyon.com

Sweetbitter The bestselling novel about a young woman s coming of age, set against the glitzy, grimy backdrop of New York s most elite restaurants Now A STARZ Original Series Newly arrived in New York City, twenty two year old Tess lands a job as a backwaiter at a celebrated downtown Manhattan restaurant What follows is the story of her education in champagne and cocaine, love and lust, dive bars and fine dining rooms, as she learns to navigate the chaotic, enchanting, punishing life she has chosen As her appetites awaken for food and wine, but also for knowledge, experience, and belonging Tess finds herself helplessly drawn into a darkly alluring love triangle In Sweetbitter, Stephanie Danler deftly conjures with heart stopping accuracy the nonstop and high adrenaline world of the restaurant industry and evokes the infinite possibilities, the unbearable beauty, and the fragility and brutality of being young in New York


10 thoughts on “Sweetbitter

  1. Offbalance Offbalance says:

    If Sweetbitter is the book of the summer, then clearly I need a new season I could not find one reason to understand why the reviews of this book were as good as they were Most of them seem to center around how well they say the author describes food As someone who has been deeply interested in food writing since high school, I can deem her merely adequate This book is th


  2. Trin Trin says:

    I work in a bookstore in an affluent neighborhood Today, the following conversation occurred Customer I want to return this bookplunks Sweetbitter down on the counter Me Okay, what was wrong with it Customer It was stupid Me Oh, I really liked it But I could see how someone could find it kind of pretentious Customer Yeah, all those waiters going around quoting Kant and Fitzgera


  3. Frances Dowell Frances Dowell says:

    This is one of those I really wanted to like it books The sentence level writing is gorgeous, and the subject matter working in a high end NYC restaurant is for some of us nearly irresistible And at first I liked Sweetbitter very much Young girl moves to New York, gets an amazing job, is immersed in the life of the city What s not to like But after a hundred pages or so maybe even fe


  4. Joachim Stoop Joachim Stoop says:

    I apologies in advance for sounding hard and harsh in this reviewSo one of the most anticipated books of 2016 according to some literary and press sources.In their reviews and in the first GR reviews it was said to be Anthony Bourdain meets Jay McInerney with a sprinkling of Siri Hustvedt So Anthony Bourdain Tough luck I just read his Kitchen Confidential Sweetbitter is supposed to engulf


  5. Samantha Samantha says:

    HmmmWhere to start when reviewing Sweetbitter My desire to read it can certainly be attributed to the Hype Monster and a serious case of Cover Lust People were raving about this one long before the release date, and it was hotly anticipated ever since Stephanie Danlier s book deal was announced Also, the cover lured me in the first time I saw it I mean look at at it it s just so striking.I went


  6. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    It s weird I couldn t put this one down and at the same time I was slightly annoyed the whole time I was reading The descriptions of working in a restaurant are good, as are the food and wine discussions descriptions, and they kept me going thru all the bar scenes and bumps of cocaine and thoughts that seemed too mature for a 22 year old who was the opposite of mature.Enjoyable but just not my favorit


  7. Siena Mirabella Siena Mirabella says:

    I have a new appreciation for this book, reading it the second time One of my favorites I adore Stephanie s writing, sis needs to come out with another one


  8. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    This was a spontaneous audiobook pick available through my library overdrive I never had any serious intentions of reading it when it first came out I had pre judged it unfairly I assumed the writing would be amateurish WRONG The words that Stephanie Danler used in her sentences were invigorating delicious and thought provoking My original thought was, what gifted author writes about a 22 year old female looking


  9. Leigh Ellis Leigh Ellis says:

    I love a good coming of age story, but 98% of this book was is unbearable Here s a sampling ROMANCE Your eyes It s unmistakeable, he said He thumbed my cheekbone Veiled melancholy has her sovereign shrine His hand moved up my cheek, flushing me, into my hair, where he tugged, his fingers dry, nonchalant His other hand pressed into the bruise on my thigh, as he could intuit the blood below the skin When he kissed me I s


  10. Shasta Shasta says:

    This book is completely full of itself and full of shit.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *