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  • This book was brilliantly written

    The Club is an incredible portrayal of the insatiable greed and lack of moral integrity and compass that the Uber wealthy have been praised and given celebrity for being pompous soulless voids. It’s a beautifully written book and the context and sardonically dripped tone that arises throughout gave me pause to chuckle and was exactly the right tone that kept the book from being too entitled and pretentious. The undermining and determination to outmaneuver, outwit, and hold the most wealth and power is astonishing to me yet it’s obvious that the world of the elite isn’t a very nice or compassionate place to try to stay relevant. I admit my distaste for the constant posturing and inability to trust or rely on anyone else yet I did salivate while reading about the clothing designs, the clubs interior design and their exotic palates which were barely taken advantage of was wearying but the humorous quips abundantly sprinkled throughout allowed me to enjoy this storyline and kept the entitlement bearable. I absolutely loved the twist that came during the climatic revelation of who was plotting against whom and WHY. The reasons and the lengths all the characters went to make sure their schemes were successful was impressive yet sad. While it must be relieving not to have any distress throughout life, I’ve seen the tireless and ruthless ambitions of those who are at the top competing with one another in acquisitions and bank accounts and the cost is their soul.Far removed from the real world, the struggle, the hardships they’re able to remain ignorant to what capitalism has done to the 99% of humanity. I think it’s wise that the elite come off their exclusive pedestals and begin to join humanity by putting their wealth towards the betterment of humanity and environment. It’s mundane and self centered to be building rockets to fly out to the end of Earths atmosphere for their amusement and bragging rights while there’s epidemics and crises on exorbitant levels that could use their philanthropy and humanitarian assistance and aid. Definitely recommend this read. The self absorption and insecurities of these people are amusing, the sardonic observations are hilariously awful. Their skewered reality and their grandiose self importance is well portrayed throughout the story. I loved seeing the lifestyles through the authors cleverly written lens.

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  • LOVE

    A great follow up to People Like Her. Love th exploration of elite clubs

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  • Revenge best served cold

    An exceptionally satisfying read. This is a well written story of a world far removed from the everyday, where characters act without boundaries when no one is looking, and where other have significant reasons for revenge. A real page turner with a truly satisfying ending.

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