loose diamonds

Loose Diamonds by Amy Ephron

Reading Loose Diamonds is almost like reading an old copy of the society pages, where every detail seems a bit surreal and highly glamorous. Composed of a series of auto-biographical vignettes, Ephron’s narrative takes the reader on a nostalgic journey through the L.A. of the late 50s and 60s to the present. Themes such as love, loss, divorce, and motherhood are explored in vivid detail, adding a universal element to stories that the average reader may find somewhat unfamiliar in their description of life in Beverly Hills.

This is a great read for a lazy weekend at home. Entertaining and light.

Disclosure: I received my copy of Loose Diamonds from HarperCollins Publisher.

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