Expecting a light and glamorous read, I was surprised to discover that this book was actually pretty deep – if you can overcome the froth in the first part of the book.
Meet Meghan Resnick. Things are going OK for her – she is a “coolhunter” at Pravda, (a trend forecasting company), and has recently broken up with her last boyfriend Ian because he based a character in his novel (quite unflatteringly) on her. But lately her job seems to lack the excitement it once did for her. For one thing, Mim Warner, her boss and co-owner of the company, has lately been extremely careless. Her latest trend forecasts, which are outrageous and unlike her, have lost business for the company. As a matter of fact, she has horrified her fellow staff and colleagues enough for them to decide on a strategy to silence her for a while – until she “gets better”. After all, none of them will have jobs if they lose any more accounts! Continue reading Review: Mim Warner’s Lost Her Cool