Stephanie Danler


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A lush, thrilling debut about a year in the life of a uniquely beguiling young woman, set in the wild, alluring world of a famous downtown New York restaurant.
“Let's say I was born when I came over the George Washington Bridge…” This is how we meet unforgettable Tess, the 22-year-old at the heart of this stunning debut. Shot like a bullet from a mundane past, she's come to New York to escape the provincial, to take on her destiny. After she stumbles into a coveted job at a renowned Union Square restaurant, we spend the year with her as she learns the chaotic, punishing, privileged life of a “backwaiter,” on and off duty.
Her appetites are awakened, for food, wine, knowledge and experience; and she's pulled into the thrall of two other servers--a handsome bartender she falls hard for, and an older woman whose connection to both young lovers is murky, sensual, and overpowering. These two will prove to be Tess's hardest lesson of all. Sweetbitter is a story about discovery, enchantment, and the power of what remains after disillusionment.
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    Острый, болезненный, любвеобильный роман о работе в ресторанах и личном взрослении в большом городе

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    You will come out of this thinking you know about wine

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    Marina Tatsenkomembuat kutipan8 bulan yang lalu
    I’m giving you permission to take yourself seriously. To take the stuff of this world seriously. And to start having. That’s abundance.
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    “I’m not crying. I’m just tired.”
    “Yeah, no shit, that’s life,”
    Ksenia Kosmachevamembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
    it was my nature, maybe that’s what they’d hired me for—that I was too hospitable to strangers. On street corners, in bars, in line, I felt a duty to entertain, as if I were clocked in. I didn’t know how to be uninviting. I put my book up.

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