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By Candace Bushnell

Summer is a mystical time in long island urban and Carrie is in love with all of it—the loopy characters in her local, the vintage-clothing boutiques, the wild events, and the glamorous guy who has swept her off her toes. better of all, she's ultimately in a true writing classification, taking her first steps towards pleasing her dream.

This sequel to The Carrie Diaries brings amazing revelations as Carrie learns to navigate her approach round the long island, going from being a rustic "sparrow"—as Samantha Jones dubs her— to the individual she continuously desired to be. yet because it turns into more and more tricky to reconcile her earlier along with her destiny, Carrie realizes that making it in long island is far extra advanced than she ever imagined.

With her signature wit and gleaming humor, Candace Bushnell finds the impossible to resist tale of the way Carrie met Samantha and Miranda, and what grew to become a small-town lady into certainly one of ny City's such a lot unforgettable icons, Carrie Bradshaw.

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When I was here all those years ago, in the time of the gods, the Cedars was a summer house, for rent by the fortnight or the month. During all of June each year a rich doctor and his large, raucous family infested it—we did not like the doctor’s loud-voiced children, they laughed at us and threw stones from behind the unbreachable barrier of the gate—and after them a mysterious middle-aged couple came, who spoke to no one, and grimly walked their sausage dog in silence at the same time every morning down Station Road to the strand.

She began to weep, absent-mindedly, it might be, making no sound. I moved clumsily to embrace her but she drew back sharply. ” she snapped. ” The kettle came to the boil and switched itself off and the seething water inside it settled down grumpily. I marvelled, not for the first time, at the cruel complacency of ordinary things. But no, not cruel, not complacent, only indifferent, as how could they be otherwise? Henceforth I would have to address things as they are, not as I might imagine them, for this was a new version of reality.

Meekly, however, I halted the car at the side of the road and she got out in a vexed silence and slammed the door behind her as if she were delivering me a box on the ear. What had I done to annoy her so? There are times when she is as wilfully moody as her mother. And then suddenly, unlikeliest of all, behind the huddle of the Lupins’ leprechaun houses, here was Duignan’s lane, rutted as it always was, ambling between tangled hedges of hawthorn and dusted-over brambles. How had it survived the depredations of lorry and crane, of diggers both mechanical and human?

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