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"I absolutely loved it...I could not put it down" (Marian Keyes)
"A deftly written and convincing tale of friendship gone comically -- and at times poignantly -- awry." (Meg Cabot)
"Here's a heroine you'll root for and a book you won't want to put down. I loved it!" (Lauren Weisberger) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
“Delightful, winning, and real.” (Glamour)
“One of the hottest books of the summer . . . Giffin avoids what could have been a cliché-ridden tale by skillfully developing Rachel and her best friend Darcy into three-dimensional characters.” (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
“Something Borrowed is both hilarious and thoughtfully written, resisting the frequent tendency of first-time novelists to make their characters and situations a little too black-and-white. You may never think of friendships - their duties, the oblique dances of power and their give-and-take - quite the same way again.” (The Seattle Times)
“Giffin's compelling debut truly stands out. It is as much about the meaning and value of friendship as it is about love, and it takes some risky chances that pay off . . . It's a gamble to cast her heroine in a potentially unsympathetic light, but Giffin manages to create empathy for her likable characters without cheapening the complexity of their situation, making for a genuinely wining tale.” (Booklist) --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
Saw the film before I bought the book and enjoyed both. Just a light read - ideal for holidays.Published 2 months ago by Wendy Holm
Arrived quickly - Pleased I read this book as it included all details most of which were missing from the film. I've read it 3 times to datePublished 10 months ago by Ms Elaine M Till
I enjoyed this book book it wasn't the can't put it down kind. The character's were believable and well described but it just felt a bit repetitive and slow to come to a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by kathryn coffield