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Author: Anita Notaro
ISBN: 0593055543
Pages: 366 pages
Publisher: Bantam; New Ed edition (2005)
Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Size ePUB: 1714 kb
Size Fb2: 1764 kb
Size DJVU: 1457 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 779
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book The WWW Club epub download

by Anita Notaro



In their quest for cellulite reduction and a sexy self-image, Ellie Simpson, a Dublin nanny, and her three best friends-Maggie, a secretary; Pam, a divorced mother of two; and Toni, a nurse-have tried them all: Atkins, Weight Watchers, South Beach, Cabbage Soup. even the Avocado and Rice Krispies Gut-Cleansing Regime! But losing a paltry five pounds seems as difficult for them as finding lasting love, so they decide to form the WWW (Women Watching Weight) Club.

But when the women of the WWW Club agree that the first member to lose seven pounds will win a date set up by the other three, Ellie finds herself facing a dilemma-torn between her loyalty to her best friends and her own deepening feelings for one man who just might be everything.

But when the women of the WWW Club agree that the first member to lose seven pounds will win a date set up by the other three, Ellie finds herself facing a dilemma-torn between her loyalty to her best friends and her own deepening feelings for one man who just might be everything she's ever wanted. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Anita Notaro is a TV producer, journalist and director and worked for RTE, Ireland's national broadcasting organization, for eighteen years

Anita Notaro is a TV producer, journalist and director and worked for RTE, Ireland's national broadcasting organization, for eighteen years. She has directed the Eurovision Song Contest and the Irish General Election, as well as programmes for the BBC and Channel 4. She is the author of Back After the Break,Behind the Scenes and The WWW Club.

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In their quest for cellulite reduction and a sexy self-image, Ellie Simpson, a Dublin nanny, and her three best friends-Maggie, a secretary; Pam, a divorced mother of two; and Toni, a nurse-have tried them all: Atkins, Weight Watchers, South Beach, Cabbage Soup. even the Avocado and Rice Krispies Gut-Cleansing Regime!

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FailCrew
The WWW Club was a light summer read. Nothing special. Four women get together and try all sorts of things to try to lose weight, includings huge amounts of wine and snacks. Couple of the characters aren't all that likeable. Won't be reading anything else by Ms Notaro.
Blacknight
The WWW women's dieting club was funny as all four friends tried to make the effort to improve their lives with trial and error and many bottles of wine
Zyangup
I don't like formula romances that read the same no matter who wrote it. This was funny, sad and not predictable. The ending was not a surprise but it was gratifying. Worth your time!
Uscavel
But in a good way! From the very beginning I liked the characters and their stories. It isn't about sex, it's about the relationships we forge with the friends in our life. I liked that there were a couple of OMG moments, and it ended just like I wanted it to.
Frostdefender
Predictable, but fun. Sometimes hard to fathom the Irish colloquialisms, but still a fun read. Light weight enough to enjoy as a weekend beach read.
Reemiel
such a cute and uplifting story of women and friendship. Loved the Irish flavor
Gholbirius
Too shallow, couldn’t get into it.
In Dublin, the four best friends share several things in common that eat at each of them. In their thirties, they have no men in their lives and they cannot resist food like bonbons. Knowing they are one for all and all for one, the four musketeers (Ellie, Maggie, Pam, and Toni) agree to work as a cohesive unit to overcome the lack of real hunks and the desire to diet on rich fat food. Thus the fearsome female foursome form the Women Watching Weight Club, affectionately called the WWW by the sisterhood.

They plan on dining on healthy food, exercise every night, and share the tale of the tape once a week at encouragement meetings. However, reality is crueler as each meeting turns into a depression session as the weight stays on and each has a personal issue. Ellie complains about her daycare job; Maggie the secretary detests her boring relationship with an accountant; Pam worries about her two offspring as their dad is a zillion kilometers from them; Toni the nurse feels like a fish out of water amidst her eighties years old retirement home patients. However, they see a little light in the tunnel and it is not a train as Ellie obtains a new nanny position working for a caring single father and Toni dates the married son of a patient.

The lead quartet and strong secondary characters turn the WWW CLUB into a wonderful insightful chick lit tale. The four fine females have tested all the diets only to fail as they begin to understand there is more to losing weight than just the latest fad as changing lifestyles is critical too. The ensemble cast consists of unique individuals who turn Anita Notaro's tale into a fascinating "Friends" feeding frenzy frolic.

Harriet Klausner