I Went to Vassar for This?
ISBN: 0505526867 Global Overview for this book
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Cathy Voorhees is at the top of her game, certain that she is going to be given the key to the executive suite at the ad agency. So, when her boss tells her she is hard, cynical, and fired, she is stunned. Strategizing on how to make a comeback, she shoves one of the retro foil-wrapped TV dinners, the subject of her ad campaign, into the microwave, which explodes and knocks her out. Cathy comes to in a strange apartment, looking at a strange man in horn-rimmed glasses, plaid shirt, and a flattop. As she takes in her surroundings, she realizes that she may still be herself but that it's currently 1959. She has no clue as to how this has happened, but she goes with the flow, stepping into another Cathy's shoes, clothes, and job. Never one to mince words, she has plenty of shocking things to say about sexual harassment, race relations, and women's rights. Witty and fun, Neale's highly original time-travel tale is delightful. Maria Hatton
7/13/09 ~ putting in 2004 or newer VBB.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
This book was released for the Breast Cancer Awareness month challenge. Released in loving memory of Mary Jane Owens.