At first thought, you would think that Revenge Wears Prada would literally mean that Miranda is out for revenge at what Andy did, but as I read the book and halfway through it, I realized this is not at all about Miranda's revenge but rather Andy's life that's close to perfect. She now runs her own wedding magazine, The Plunge, she's married to a handsome, rich and caring husband, and has a beautiful baby girl. What was close to being perfect, her life begins to be torture by a nightmare about Miranda Priestly seeking revenge and is back to take her life in all ways possible.
I almost cried towards the end of the story, because honestly I did not like the ending that much, or what happened towards the ending. If I were to ask, the author could have diverted the "divorce" into another situation. It felt like, there was so much love at the start of the book and suddenly got lost along the way.
The book is an easy read and light for a chic lit. The wittiness and unpredictable magic of the first book could not be found her. Though you would think of Miranda seeking revenge as the title literally conveys, you'd find out that Miranda appeared very minor in the second book.
I'd still recommend this book, just so you know what happened to Andy Sachs after she gone of redeeming herself from Miranda Priestly. I'd love to see this in a movie though and see a face behind Max and Alex.