Review: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

Genre: Historical Fiction

Star Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Okay so I know I’m suuuper late on this one, but man did I love it! Set in the 1940’s New York City theatre world, I knew this one would be right up my alley. I just didn’t expect it to hit me in the feels so hard. It’s a true coming of age tale that tells the story of Vivian Morris, as she reflects on her wild days as a costume designer and regular NYC party girl. Vivian looks back on the fun she had and the choices she made, including the one took a lifetime to fully understand and come to terms with. I highly recommend this one and if you have the opportunity to listen to the audiobook, take it because it’s phenomenal!

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