Revenge Wears Prada

Revenge Wears Prada

The Devil Returns

Large Print - 2013
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A sequel to "The Devil Wears Prada" finds Andy Sachs and her partner, Emily, blossoming throughout eight years at the head of a wildly successful high fashion bridal magazine only to be haunted by memories of their former boss on the eve of Andy's wedding.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2013.
Edition: Large print edition.
ISBN: 9781410458360
Characteristics: 611 pages (large print) ; 23 cm

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mikecain7134
Sep 12, 2017

Overly sappy & uncharismatic. Stick with the original, cause this sequel sucks....

Lexicon_ Sep 05, 2014

The book starts off solid, but the main premise (the devil returns) is drawn out far too long. The bulk of the book takes place over the course of 3 months or so, and it honestly seems we have to live every one of those days, and the monotony of Andy's fears.

*Yawn*

A patron review from the Adult Summer Reading Game: "After reading some amazing books this summer, this was just okay. Andy is back and has reinvented herself as a successful creator of a new magazine, but her old boss is trying to purchase the magazine, which will make Andy's life torturous."

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Susaluda
May 04, 2014

Highly enjoyed reading this book! Probably not as good as The Devil Wears Prada but it was a fun read.

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daysleeper236
Feb 04, 2014

I expected the sequel to "The Devil Wears Prada" to be full of high drama, high fashion, high heels, and, of course, a larger-than-life Miranda Priestly. Majorly disappointed on all counts. The first 300 pages are boring, syrupy, sentimental, useless filler. This book did not deliver.

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Trevin123
Oct 19, 2013

I thought this book was slow during the beginning, but the ending totally made up for it. I really enjoyed this book!!!

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writermala
Sep 10, 2013

The revenge wears Prada(The Devil returns) - this title leads one to believe that Miranda Priestly returns in all her nasty avatar and Andy takes revenge.

If anything, Miranda is conspicuous by her absence. One realizes then what an impact she'd made in "The devil wears Prada." The book rambles on and on with events taking a long time to pan out exactly as the reader would probably imagine; no twist in the tale whatsoever. But for the fact that it is the sequel to a bestseller and a hit movie this book has nothing to offer.

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Sarahndippitty
Aug 10, 2013

I really enjoyed the first part of this book. I would skip the last couple of chapters and use your imagination. It will likely be better. Lauren Weisberger wasted a perfect opportunity to write a 3rd book in this series. Over all in my opinion, it's worth the read!

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Silvertiger
Jul 17, 2013

Very slow and boring. The author put half as much effort as she did in Devil wears Prada. If this becomes a movie will not waste my money.

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TracyGuza
Jul 07, 2013

Weak sequel - entertaining, but somewhat unbelievable. Perhaps its because I will never have rich friends, create my own successful magazine and get millions of dollars in a buyout from Conde Nast (here alias Elias Clark).

Also, that Miranda Priestly would even need to destroy a rival wedding publication seems implausible. Not the best, but a quick and light summer read.

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