Where'd You Go, BernadetteLarge Print - 2012
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DCLadults Jan 10, 2018
Fifteen-year-old Bee tries to track down her anxiety-ridden mother after her mysterious disappearance. The movie's scheduled release date is May 11, 2018.
Currently listed as releasing May 11th, the film will star Cate Blanchett and Kristin Wiig.
Getting Bernadette to show up for dinner might be tricky, but it would probably be an unforgettable evening.
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" One of the main reasons I don't like leaving the house is because I might find myself face-to-face with a Canadian. Seattle is crawling with them. You probably think, U.S./Canada, they're interchangeable because they're both filled with English-speaking, morbidly obese white people. Well Manjula, you couldn't be more mistaken."-Excerpt from an email Bernadette sent to her virtual assistant Manjula
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Where'd You Go, Bernadette is one of the quirkiest books of the year. It is a satire of the rich and the lifestyles of Seattle and Microsoft, but is dead on funny. Told through the voice of Bernadette's teenage daughter Bee (short for Balashnika) and vairous e-mails, text messages and other communications. Hysterical!
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