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The Authenticity Project A Clever, Uplifting Book That Entertains And Makes You Think Sophie Kinsella, New York Times Bestselling AuthorThe Story Of A Solitary Green Notebook That Brings Together Six Strangers And Leads To Unexpected Friendship, And Even LoveJulian Jessop, An Eccentric, Lonely Artist And Septuagenarian Believes That Most People Aren T Really Honest With Each Other But What If They Were And So He Writes In A Plain, Green Journal The Truth About His Own Life And Leaves It In His Local Caf It S Run By The Incredibly Tidy And Efficient Monica, Who Furtively Adds Her Own Entry And Leaves The Book In The Wine Bar Across The Street Before Long, The Others Who Find The Green Notebook Add The Truths About Their Own Deepest Selves And Soon Find Each Other In Real Life At Monica S CafThe Authenticity Project S Cast Of Characters Including Hazard, The Charming Addict Who Makes A Vow To Get Sober Alice, The Fabulous Mommy Instagrammer Whose Real Life Is A Lot Less Perfect Than It Looks Online And Their Other New Friends Is By Turns Quirky And Funny, Heartbreakingly Sad And Painfully True To Life It S A Story About Being Brave And Putting Your Real Self Forward And Finding Out That It S Not As Scary As It Seems In Fact, It Looks A Lot Like HappinessThe Authenticity Project Is Just The Tonic For Our Times That Readers Are Clamoring For And One They Will Take To Their Hearts And Read With Unabashed Pleasure

About the Author: Clare Pooley

Clare Pooley graduated from Newnham College, Cambridge and spent twenty years in the heady world of advertising When Clare realised that she was drinking way too much, she quit, and started a blog called Mummy was a Secret Drinker, which became a memoir The Sober Diaries The Authenticity Project, Clare s first novel, was inspired by her experience of telling the truth about her life.

10 thoughts on “The Authenticity Project

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThis was a breath of fresh air A unique premise and some characters that you couldn t help but root for The only real criticism I have is I thought the second half wasn t quite as good as the first half of the book In my opinion there were a core group of characters and there were a few that didn t seem completely necessary However, the story bounces back and does have some interesting things happen in the end.So The Authentici

  2. says:

    This book was absolutely charming Each character has their story to tell and their own authentic selves to share which they do through a notebook Each time a story is told the notebook is then left for someone else to find and because people are essentially good, each new person feels like they should help the person before This results in a chain of good deeds that brings them together and changes their lives Each new writer propels the

  3. says:

    DNFI don t have many books that I couldn t finish, but there have been a few This one now rests among their number.Halfway through the book, I could no longer force myself to wade through page after page of sad people stuck in torturous, pointless lives Perhaps this was uplifting for some, but not me.There are too many other books out there that move me to force myself to read something I don t enjoy.My thanks to NetGalley and the publisher

  4. says:

    Let me start by saying I loved this book and its incredible characters I read this book very fast because I needed to know what would happen with everyone Julian is an older lonely man who takes a green notebook and writes down his truth He calls it The Authenticity Project He leaves the notebook in Monica s cafe She reads Julian s truth and adds her own As the notebook travels and new characters are added and you read their truths , you real

  5. says:

    Omg I really loved this one I wasn t expecting to but I really did I found a little bit of myself in all the characters I loved how funny this was it reminded me of a Sophie Kinsella book The characters were so heartwarming and it gave me all the warm and fuzzy feelings It s a great book to make you feel happy I loved how all the characters were intertwined and the idea of the story, this book was amazing and I m so lucky that I got to read it

  6. says:

    Great characters, whose lifestories I found both relatable and entertaining, and a lovely, engaging style I was drawn in from the first pages and couldn t put down the book until I discovered how the little green notebook tied the lives of these strangers together.Full review to come closer to the publication date February 4th, 2020.Thank you to Edelweiss and Pamela Dorman for the ARC provided in exchange for an honest opinion.

  7. says:

    Full Review on The Candid CoverThe Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley is such a fun book to review The characters are quirky and easy to relate to and the concept is really unique This novel will have you feeling all sorts of emotions.What is so intriguing about this book is its little green notebook that contains its authors innermost thoughts and feelings As one can imagine, it becomes cathartic to the characters that write the truth about thei

  8. says:

    Dear Hollywood I think this one would make a great movie, so get on that please 1 Amazingly crafted, colorful, relatable characters with of the moment problems.2 Cinematic filming locations with strong visuals London, Thailand, maybe a bit of Australia3 Romance, love, longing relationships of all kinds 4 A strong message about what it means to be real this is a message WE NEED TO HEAR.5 Full spectrum of human emotion from multigenerational points of

  9. says:

    This was so clever and charming While it was a bit overly long in the middle, the author than made up for it with characters that I loved meeting and spending time with This would be a great pick for people who liked Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.

  10. says:

    I loved this book The characters were so different from each other that it kept the story interesting It was easy to become passionate for each one I hope that she continues with book 2 I would love to see where the story goes Great job.

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