'Very smart, very savvy and very very funny'
'Fabulously clever, brilliantly observed'
'Readers will find themselves on these pages and revel in the connection . . . I loved it'
'It was sophisticated, witty, with a sharp eye for the ridiculous. I loved it!'
A subversively charming debut about a group of happily imperfect New Yorkers . . . Clever and witty: the best kind of summer book
AN ENGLISHWOMAN IN NEW YORK serves up a tasty dose of female bonding in the Big Apple
Casey's characters make [An Englishwoman in New York] stand out in the canon of contemporary commercial women's fiction. Her writing is sharp and precise and brilliantly visual
A sophisticated and beguiling tale . . . witty and wise . . . full of quotable one liners and clever observations that manage not to obscure the considerable heart of the novel
Casey's debut leaves the reader eager for more
A sliding puzzle of a book . . . a quick, breezy read
Grown-up, superior chick lit: full of wit and clever observations on the cultural differences between London and New York, but also on friendship between women'
Witty and sasy . . . a smart, funny book that has as its backdrop vibrant, bustling New York
Grown-up superior chick lit: full of wit and clever observations on the cultural differences between London and New York, but also on friendship between
A witty, sophisticated piece of entertainment that doesn't insult our intelligence and isn't written for little girls . . . I read this in the garden and it was perfect
I couldn't have loved it any more. But this book immediately