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by Kathy Levine

eBook We Should Be So Lucky download ISBN: 0671008498
Author: Kathy Levine
Publisher: Pocket; Reprint edition (October 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 240
ePub: 1828 kb
Fb2: 1315 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Professionals and Academics

Chicago Sun-Times" Kathy Levine is sharp, likable, and a hoot I absolutely loved Kathy's second book! After reading her very first book I felt like I had lost a best friend! I couldn't wait until her new collection of stories came out!

Chicago Sun-Times" Kathy Levine is sharp, likable, and a hoot. Good Housekeeping" Reading "We Should Be So Lucky" is like having a gabfest with an old friend. I absolutely loved Kathy's second book! After reading her very first book I felt like I had lost a best friend! I couldn't wait until her new collection of stories came out! I wanted to pick up the book and just re-read it again. When her second book was announced I was "on the QVC line" immediately and anticipated it's arrival. Once you begin reading you just can't put it down.

It was a good book kathy levine is actually funny and has some cool stories. This wasnt overly boring or anything

It was a good book kathy levine is actually funny and has some cool stories. This wasnt overly boring or anything. It was a fun little read and it actually made me think about qvc a little differently instead of it being like some old lady rip off show. Erin rated it did not like it Sep 13, 2011. Cindy rated it liked it Jan 11, 2013. Lisa rated it liked it Jul 02, 2015.

Now, the reader should understand that Levine doesn't really approve of anti-aging surgery or obsession with weight. But something (a wish for another decade in television?) made her do it. Levine's talent as storyteller and coauthor Scovell's skill as a writer give enough punch to the material to make the manifold & vays'' and other ethnic exclamation points unnecessary. The death of Levine's ex-husband, who had remained a loving friend, gives a sober note to the otherwise energetic tale. But the last chapter, unfortunately, is a plug for QVC.

Kathy Levine brings us up to date on her personal life by telling all, and she means all, in a book that's as irresistible as an intimate diary accidentally left open to a juicy part. Kathy dear," my mother said softly, "you're never going to get a man with that ad. You're coming across bitchy. Kathy Levine, star of TV selling, reduced to placing a personal ad? You bet. Did it get the response she wanted? Was her mother right? Discover the naked truth about this (mis)adventure and love after forty.

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Publisher: Gallery Books (August 6, 2011)

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The QVC celebrity shares her experiences on and off the camera, discussing such topics as her plastic surgery, disastrous dates, personal tragedy, and weight-loss secrets. Reprint.
Comments: (7)
Kirizan
This book was very different from the first book. Kathy basically just took her past 2 years experiences since book #1 and put them between 2 hard covers. I could have done that. And what was with that diet thing anyway. My goodness, she devoted almost an entire chapter to a weight watcher list of have and have nots...but I think it was from the Zone. We knew she was on that Phen-Fen for quite sometime. That was a very strange thing to list in a book. I was very disappointed when I finished it and did NOT like the last chapter. Yes, she is very fortunate to have a great job and meet lots of celebs, but she is a LOSER when it comes to the love dept. She tends to put men down if they are not showering her with baubles and gems. It was a quick book with larger print and less pages than the first one. When I finished it, I felt like I had just wasted my time. I did however, sympathize with her over the loss of her ex-husband. That chapter held my attention, but the rest of the book just sounded like an old broad complaining about men. Not my style. I think she is hanging around Joan Rivers too much.
Kulwes
Bottom of the barrel as far as autobiographies go. (Only Kelsey Grammer's was worse!!) Does America really care that this two-bit 'celeb' was considering undergoing breast surgery because at 45 she can no longer ace the 'pencil test'? Ugh! Save me from that visual! And her love life! Summertime flings with a boy a generation younger; financially bilked by an Irish gigalo. Is desperate & stupid tattooed under those bangs? The slim volume is one big, "Who cares?" Destined for Remainder Hell as soon as it was printed. The book in neither funny nor enlightening. "Heir apparent" to Erma Bobeck indeed. Please don't confuse this drivel with genuine writing talent. An hour and a half is all it takes to read, so please save your dollars for a quality autobiography. The ultimate appeal is only for QVC addicts, no one else needs to bother.
GawelleN
I absolutely loved Kathy's second book! After reading her very first book I felt like I had lost a best friend! I couldn't wait until her new collection of stories came out! I wanted to pick up the book and just re-read it again. When her second book was announced I was "on the QVC line" immediately and anticipated it's arrival. Once you begin reading you just can't put it down. Though there is an age difference between us - I'm at least 10 years younger, I could relate to so much of what she wrote - I actually felt as if we were face to face and she was telling her story to me in person. She is so very honest, tells it "as it is" and makes one feel like they are "someone" special in this world that can be so sad and degrading at times. I am already looking forward to her third book and hope some day I can meet her in person. As a honest person to us all, she is so real and true compared to those other celebrities who prance around saying they had this down to themselves and how it makes them feel like a real woman! Let's get real all you Pamela Lee's of the world ... Kathy did what she felt she needed to be done to herself and her life after much, much consideration ... it definately was not a "spur of the moment" decision just because she had the time OR money. It's inside what counts and Kathy definately has that in her! Bravo and best wishes to a wonderful woman, TV personality and inspiration to us all!
Brakora
Even though I find Kathy Levine loud and obnoxious, I checked this book out of the library prior to a long plane ride. This book made the plane ride seem even longer! I practically needed a dictionary right by my side to tell me the meanings of all the foreign words. I think it would do Kathy Levine some good if she looked outside of herself and tried to help others. Her pushy persona comes through in this book and is absolutely nauseating.
Tebei
Kathy Levine, the Pushy Diva of QVC, reveals how self-absorbed she really is. This book is absolutely nauseating...makes you want to ask Kathy, "Why are you so pushy!" Read it with the knowledge that Kathy is a materialistic, obnoxious woman, with almost no concern for anybody else.
Jeronashe
I bought this book to see what happened to Jeffery Hewson. She mentioned him but I still don't know what happened to him. I really don't like Kathy Levine much and the book just confirmed my original opinon. She loves herself!
Wafi
This book reads like one long chat session with a dense chick (and I do mean dense!). Kathy Levine is bound to lose fans with this book. Her pushy persona comes through loud and clear, even in print.
Kathy does it again with this book, and in the process thereof manages to maintain her pushy, obnoxious demeanor.