*The cult TV series now becomes a major film
Bushnell's beat is that demi-monde of nightclubs, bars, restaurants and parties where the rich come into contact with the infamous, the famous with the wannabes and the publicity-hungry with the gossip-peddlers' EVENING STANDARD
Wildly funny, unexpectedly poignant, wickedly observant, SEX AND THE CITY blazes a glorious, drunken cocktail trail through New York, as Candace Bushnell, columnist and social critic par excellence, trips on her Manolo Blahnik kitten heels from the Baby Doll Lounge to the Bowery Bar. An Armistead Maupin for the real world, she has the gift of assembling a huge and irresistible cast of freaks and wonders, while remaining faithful to her hard core of friends and fans: those glamorous, rebellious, crazy single women, too close to forty, who are trying hard not to turn from the Audrey Hepburn of BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S into the Glen Close of FATAL ATTRACTION, and are - still - looking for love.
Intriguing and highly entertaining - Helen Fielding, author of BRIDGET JONES'
DIARY - 'Imagine Jane Austen with a martini, or perhaps Jonathan Swift on rollerblades'
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH - 'Imagine THE SUN edited by Jane Austen . hilarious . a compulsively readable book, served on bite-sized chunks of irrepressible irreverence.'
MARIE CLAIRE - 'Irresistable, hilarious and horrific, stylishly written. You might be appalled but anyone who lives here will recognise that Candace Bushnell has cap