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Magpie Juicy Beach Read: Trance of Insignificance

We know, we Magpies really haven’t ever done a book review. But when the very talented author and Magpie fan Jennifer Rainville sent us an advance copy of her book “Trance of Insignificance,” we were thrilled to check it out. And if you’re looking for a juicy summer beach read (or an anytime read!) – this one’s definitely for you. The book is a complicated love story set in New York City, and it’s centered around the young, talented TV producer Jules Duvil and her rocky relationship with the handsome morning anchor at her station, Jack Culligan. The book pulls you in from the beginning and keeps you wanting to read more. Chapters weave back and forth through different years and time periods in Duvil’s life (including lots of  love scenes with, ahem, lots of sex – some of our fave parts, hehe!). And the storyline definitely keeps you guessing. Will Jules end up with Culligan, or Noah Gold, the guy that helped Jules get over Jack (or so she thought…)? Or will there be someone else who sweeps Jules off her feet? We don’t want to ruin the ending, but you can now pick up a copy and find out yourself. It’s available online – and at McNally Jackson Bookstores in Soho. Oh, by the way, we loved that fab New York restaurants and references are sprinkled throughout this book  – including Waverly Inn and the Standard Grill. Now that’s a true Magpie author! Wanna be the first to join the Magpie Summer Book Club, anyone?

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