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Faking It Gabrielle Tozer Faking It Things are looking up for Josie Browning Her boyfriend James is crazy about her and she s scored a writing job at indi Now the pressure is on for Josie to prove she s got what it takes to help plan

  • Title: Faking It
  • Author: Gabrielle Tozer
  • ISBN: 9780732297060
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Faking It Gabrielle Tozer Things are looking up for Josie Browning Her boyfriend, James, is crazy about her, and she s scored a writing job at indi Now the pressure is on for Josie to prove she s got what it takes to help plan indi s launch Plus, she s battling with flatmates, frenemies and confusing feelings for travel writer Alex.High on the perks at indi, Josie s doing a pretty good job of faThings are looking up for Josie Browning Her boyfriend, James, is crazy about her, and she s scored a writing job at indi Now the pressure is on for Josie to prove she s got what it takes to help plan indi s launch Plus, she s battling with flatmates, frenemies and confusing feelings for travel writer Alex.High on the perks at indi, Josie s doing a pretty good job of faking her way in the industry even though she still hasn t mastered her hair straightener But when Josie is invited to a media junket, she accidentally sets off a string of lies that threaten to ruin her reputation, love life and career forever.
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    1. You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time Abraham LincolnGabrielle Tozer, an Australian author, has penned an entertaining and heart touching sequel to her award winning book, The Intern called, Faking It where the young adult protagonist, Josie Browning, fakes her way up the ladder to success in her new writing job with new friends and colleagues, while she has a perfect life that can make any [...]

    2. This was a good sequel.I liked these books because they re quick to read and a lot of fun as well.The main character still annoys me a bit WOMAN JUST THINK A LITTLE AND YOU WOULDN T HAVE AS MANY PROBLEMS JEEZ.I didn t feel any emotions for the character and I couldn t really connect to them.Also, the author brings in random stuff at times where there really doesn t need to be anything and resolved them in like two sentences at the end.Recommend if you re looking for something light and quick to [...]

    3. I refuse to believe this is where Josie s story ends I need I ll be stalking The Tozer until she agrees to write another for me.Just me The rest of you can fend for yourselves.

    4. I gave it a good shot, but Josie isn t that interesting, her voice doesn t work for me, and the no homo comment she makes when complimenting a female co worker put me off her as well It s not that this is the sequel to a book I didn t read Multiple times, I ve read the sequels before the first book of a series For Jeanine Frost s Night Huntress series, I read the fourth book first and THEN went back to read the first book when I enjoyed 4 Faking It just isn t catching my interest.Gave up after 1 [...]

    5. This review and a confessional post by Gabrielle Tozer also appears on my blog Genie In A Book Thank you to HarperCollins Australia for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewLight, cute, fluffy, and undeniably hilarious Yes, Faking It is all of those things, but in this stunning sequel to The Intern, Gabrielle Tozer has struck the perfect balance between a story that will make you laugh, yet deliver a deeper message at its core While my expectations may have been high, I [...]

    6. PERFECTION ABSOLUTE PERFECTION G Toze has done it again Also, I need a Josie in my life although there s a distinct possibility I AM the Josie ANYWAY, this was absolutely fabulous I laughed and I cried and I cringed Full review soon, but you re all going to love it.______________________________________________________________________I just I can t even with this book.I can be rational I CAN BE Seriously I can discuss this book analytically, with great intelligence and wit, and I can I can do it [...]

    7. Faking It is so cute Josie is totally relatable, and I love that while there is a soup on of romance it never overshadows the book s focus on Josie s growth into becoming her own person Highly recommended to anyone who has ever felt or still feels like a fraud.

    8. After reading Gabrielle Tozer s award winning The Intern, I wanted And lucky for me I got my wish in the form of Faking It a sequel to Josie Browning s adventures as part time student, part time glamorous magazine writer.When you love a book as much as I did The Intern there is always the lingering question of can the author carry off such brilliance again Am I going to be bitterly disappointed Well let me tell you Gabrielle Tozer is no one hit wonder If you liked The Intern, you are going to a [...]

    9. Faking It is the sequel to The Intern however, it stands alone, so if you get the opportunity to pick up the second book and want to dive straight in, the experience won t be too rocky.I devoured Faking It in a couple of sessions it s very light, fun and easy to read, with a fair number of cringeworthy moments Josie Browning has gotten perhaps a tiny bit better at thinking before she speaks a very tiny bit and her clumsiness is less of a feature in this book But she still manages to get herself [...]

    10. This was just okay I enjoyed it, but it wasn t wonderful Not as good as the first one, I think, and Josie absolutely drove me up the wall I understand the vulnerability of being eighteen, but she was bloody useless Every stupid decision she made, every splutter and blush and total lack of spine just got under my skin However It was a cute enough read for a Saturday afternoon, and I liked the few little tough love moments.

    11. I can t even with these books guuurl They are just so funny and heartfelt They make me laugh and feel all squishy inside Thanks for creating such a relatable and adorkable character Josie is my new spirit animal.

    12. If I had to, I d give it a 4.5 4.75 stars Why yes, it was that good D Faking it is the sequel to The Intern which I enjoyed tremendously However, Faking It I loved 1000% Reasons why I loved it I connected a lot to the characters The drama really immersed me in the story I was always getting frustrated or laughing or cringing from the cheesiness One of my aspirations is to become a Journalist one day Obviously with the world we live in my aspirations could change 1000 times between now and ten y [...]

    13. In a short time, Josie Browning has come a long way She has a cool new writing job at the brand new indi, an online magazine She has a lovely boyfriend named James She s left the country behind and moved into an apartment in the city.But it s not always rainbows and butterflies indi is about to launch and at the worst possible time, Josie s colleague Sia is put mostly out of action Suddenly so much is resting on Josie s shoulders and her boss is really riding her to produce the goods and counti [...]

    14. I received a copy of this for free through First ReadsThis was a quick, easy read I really liked Josie s quirkiness While I understand that that won t appeal to some people, I thought it really worked.

    15. I have enjoyed other books by this author, but this one was a bit too light and predictable for me Great writing, but the story didn t grab me.

    16. Faking It , Gabrielle Tozer s follow up to her hit book The Intern , is just as brilliant if not so than the first Josie Browning is your everywoman she s you, your sister and your best friend all rolled into one With a love triangle of sorts , the pressures of a career in journalism, and a glimpse into the amazing magazine industry, what could you want in a book Having had her dreams come true in the form of a junior writer position for indi a start up website run by the very lovely Liani it [...]

    17. 2018 edit This book is still good but it s also unrealistic situationally if not emotionally and is irritating and not that well written I m not going to reread it again But I m still fond of it, so it s not all bad 2016This book is SO SO good It s totally underrated but EVERYONE should read it I love the character of Josie I love how honest it feels despite the title, lol I love how it shows the good and bad sides of the journalism world Josie is just such a good character She s seriously one o [...]

    18. Faking It is a cute and enjoyable read Faking It is the sequel to The Intern, but you do not need to necessarily read the first book Anything important to this story from the first book is explained well enough that you will not be confused Josie Browning is working at her writing job at indie, an online magazine When her boss, Liani tells her they are planning a launch party for indie, Josie has to take on responsibilities Her biggest task is get the pop star, Maxxi to perform at the launch To [...]

    19. 2.5 stars This review also appears on Happy Indulgence Check it out for reviews Faking It is the sequel to The Intern and takes place almost immediately after the events of the first book You definitely don t have to read The Intern to read this one This second book gives a good summary of what happened in The Intern, where necessary Unfortunately, I didn t enjoy this one much than the first book.I had many of the same problems with Faking It as I did with The Intern The plot wasn t well devel [...]

    20. I still thought that the first book was a lot better, but there s no doubt that this book was interesting, funny and a real page turner I enjoyed seeing how Josie s life panned out in the rest of the book with her new life, job and boyfriend The way the book started was very funny and was a cute way to start off the story and was one of the reasons it kept me reading I loved seeing Josie develop and grow into the woman she was at the end of the novel, it was so real as Gabrielle Tozer explained [...]

    21. seriously loved this book just as much as the first one and maybe I was ecstatic when I found this beauty in the bookstore and was so pumped to read it I absolutely love that Josie is a writer battling to be a success as that is what I aspire to be She awkward, nervous and so human it hurts I would most likely act the exact same way as she did if I was in her position but I want to do it anyway I loved Alex and especially the way he reacted after kissing Josie when she said she has a boyfriend [...]

    22. Just like The Intern , Faking It has become one of those books which you can t seem to put down or stop thinking about, and is hands down one of the best books I have ever read in terms of consisting of everything from humour, to romance, to inspiration To be honest, after reading both the books in The Intern series, I was completely devastated, and literally wished the book hadn t lured me into continuously reading it, and finishing it before I was even really prepared for it to be over Everyth [...]

    23. Josie Browning has finally landed herself a job at an internet magazine called Indi and is completely in love with her amazing boyfriend James well that is she knows she loves him, but they haven t actually done it yet Not the other It , but It as in said I love you She is struggling under the pressure of wanting to say those words and not to mention the huge allot of work that gets dumped on her plate at short notice.With Indi s Launch Just around the corner Josie is going to have to fake her w [...]

    24. I am so happy to have Josie back in my life and the sequel to Faking It is everything we could ever want to continue with Josie on her journey Josie has a new job, new boyfriend and slowly becoming comfortable becoming successful in her own way, but there are a few ways little Josie is still the same girl Josie now works for Indi, who is about to launch but her current team will need her to step up in a big way when a series of events requires Josie to step up to fill in and essentially fake he [...]

    25. I just finished reading this charming novel and I can t recommend it highly enough It s the sequel to the equally adorable The Intern, and is perfect for the resistant reader in your family class It follows the ongoing dramas in the life of 18 year old Josie Browning, now working as a columnist on the newly launched website indy Josie s anxieties around her relationship with her boyfriend, her career, and her sense of self are not only authentically captured, but they re funny and engaging too T [...]

    26. Well I thought I may as well read the sequel On the front cover the quote is The hilarious sequel to The Intern Did I laugh Not once Did Josie seem a little wiser, grown up, a little less na ve Not a chance And that s where I started to lose interest It s almost like she never had an internship at Sash And that indi was her first experience ever And she d never heard of the word schmooze Puh lease Once again, tween fiction not YA It ended kind of suddenly as well Although I will say Harrison s a [...]

    27. The good Lord knows when I m need of a Josie Browning fix Yet again it s the right book at the right time that trusted comfort food, Josie s hilarious antics, balls ups, bust ups, catastrophic blurting, sweet heart felt moments of triumph I devoured it all In fact I shirked an entire afternoon of responsibilities to roll around in these pages I regret nothing I love that Tozer I love this heroine Josie is my people.

    28. The light and fluffy style of this novel hide a deeply heartfelt centre Josie s see sawing between over confidence and total panic drives me nuts, but I remember being a new adult and wondering if I was ever going to figure it out The relationship between Josie and James is cleverly handled, and the tension that taking it to a new level creates is squirm inducing I really felt for both of them as they navigate this new stage Very enjoyable rom com with a difference.

    29. I loved this book It was everything a teenage girl wants, easy to read but good detail, funny, romance and drama Would definitely read again, made me want to work at a magazine I haven t read the first one and you don t need to to understand this book The only let down was that I wanted it to go for longer.

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