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Palm Beach

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I have been to Palm Beach many times and loved how the author portrayed the setting. I love how the author decided to make this more of a reported novel. There are so many facts and figures included in the story. There is also a lot in the book about income inequality disparity—the gaps between the wealthy and the not-so-wealthy—and the class differences. Landmark books in all fields. We have distinguished ourselves by having a reputation for handling unique and

This isn't thought provoking. It's a bland character study of someone with the conviction of a wet paper towel. It's not engaging or interesting to watch. It's predictable. She pretends she's great and then she pours a water bottle out on a shop counter because the worker politely asked her to obey a posted sign. She gets a man fired for insider trading and then she participates in insider trading and it's fine.Early in the 1900s, one-time oil baron Henry Morrison Flagler took interest in the Southern coast of Florida and began developing an exclusive resort community. Establishing a railroad that would allow easier access to the area, he went on to build two hotels—his hope was that America’s first families would come to populate the area. This modest community would later evolve into an iconic American destination, hosting British royalty, American movie stars, and becoming the home-away-from-home to some of the country’s leading families. As the century continued, Palm Beach established itself as a luxury hideaway synonymous with old-world glamour and new-world sophistication. Beach Sunrise Sunset Paper Corner Bookmark, Reader Gift, Book Lover tropical view landscape skyline silhouette ocean sea turtle palm trees

The main character, Rebecca, is strangely used as a mouthpiece for typically liberal talking points. As a left-leaning person who actually vibes with the points Rebecca makes about wealth inequality, I still feel like her character is more of an irritating caricature than she is a genuine vessel for the arguments she makes. Okay I already reviewed this book but I can't stop THINKING about it. Like. What was the point? What was it trying to say? Why was it written?

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Personalized Cork Wedding Favors with Keychain - Also Ideal for Vino Before Vows Bachelorette Parties, Bridal Showers or Save the Dates Aerin Lauder: Every year we would go down to Palm Beach for multiple holidays and vacations. It was just the excitement of that first day arriving there and having that first glass of orange juice or scoop of ice cream. And looking at the ocean—that sense of happiness and contentment when I first arrived. The history. The memories. The elegance. And most of all, the beauty—even on a rainy day, you still look at the ocean, the beach and all the incredible homes on South Ocean Boulevard. in my opinion there is certainly not enough development of our characters as there could have been, which is a major point of regret - like what is Paul's deal? the Stone daughter? the main plotline ties up sooo neatly but that means there's very little regard for anything else that was brought up. Pizza Alfresco is great—right on Worth Avenue, it’s an adorable pizza and salad place and you eat in a Mizner garden. Sant Ambroeus is a wonderful new addition to the area.



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