Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline SusannDolls: red or black; capsules or tablets; washed down with vodka or swallowed straight-for Anne, Neely, and Jennifer, it doesnt matter, as long as the pill bottle is within easy reach. These three women become best friends when they are young and struggling in New York City and then climb to the top of the entertainment industry-only to find that there is no place left to go but down-into the Valley of the Dolls.
The Valley Of the Dolls
Showing best matches Show all copies. Since we launched in , Biblio has remained committed to preserving our natural resources and environment and helping to reduce the adverse factors that contribute to pollution and the climate crisis. Sign In Register Help Cart. Cart items. Toggle navigation. Summary Discuss Reviews 0 Valley of the Dolls is the title of a best selling novel by Jacqueline Susann, published in It is widely considered one of the most commercially successful novels of all time.
Since we launched in , Biblio has remained committed to preserving our natural resources and environment and helping to reduce the adverse factors that contribute to pollution and the climate crisis. Sign In Register Help Cart. Cart items.
positive and negative influences on growth and development
novels for young adults and other humans
Valley Of The Dolls 
Seller Rating:. Condition: Very Good. Large Print Edition. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory GRP
Still, Valley of the Dolls quickly became the best-selling novel of all time —and 50 years later, you can certainly see why. Valley of the Dolls focuses on the stories of three heroines who become friends while trying to make it in showbiz in a post-World War II New York City. All three women use New York as an escape from a previous small town reality—pursuing new lives and chasing independence, wealth, careers, and men. The novel makes clear that these goals of theirs have a timeline. In the world of Valley of the Dolls, turning 30 is as good as death, and having your life sorted before that birthday is key. In many ways, bouffant hairstyles and sepia-toned mood included, the novel feels like one long Lana Del Rey song. But the plot of the novel would function easily in the world of —the characters spend late nights scouring newspaper columns looking for mentions of themselves, in much the same way that we now tally our Instagram likes.