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Billions of Besties

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I loved this book I enjoyed reading a book that kept me smiling from beginning to end.All these wonderful best friends from the iconic Gail& Oprah to the Sesame Street Bert&Ernie. A pleasure to read about where friendships began& how they thrive. I will be gifting this wonderful book to my bffs,#netgalley#tillerbooks
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**I received and voluntarily read an e-ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.**

Lots of interesting people, some real, some fictional. A section on food combo "bestie".

Overall, it's not bad, it's just not great.
Mostly the style of writing in this book reads as if this is written by a couple of upper class sorority girls. Not that there's anything wrong with that- it just reads in a stereotyped valley girl/sorority style with liberal use of the words "bestie" (obvious from the title), "squad", and so on.

I'm not sure I agree with it's genre classification- while it's an interesting read, this book is supposedly targeted for the "Parenting & Families".
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I love to break up my reading with these guilty pleasure pure fun reads.  As a fan of following a bunch of Hollywood people on Instagram, I can appreciate a book that focuses on a positive aspect of Hollywood - the friendships that are made.  

I just loved this book.  I read a chapter of this book each night for a few nights and just enjoyed the different sections and types of friends that they featured in the book.  I really liked the friendships that I wasn't aware of that crossed "industries" and ones you couldn't imagine having things in common.  

If you are into the Hollywood scene and can appreciate the positive relationships that happen then this is a great book for you to grab and enjoy!
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I am unsure of what age group this is geared towards as it has too many famous people that children wouldn't get but it is too juvenile for adults. I suppose it would make a good coffee table book?
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