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Sophie never disappoints,
This review is from: Remember Me? (Paperback)
I am a huge fan of Sophie Kinsella - she is the only author I have ever read where I am never let down. I always look forward to her books coming out as they are guaranteed feel-good books.
In this latest offering Lexi wakes up in hospital thinking that it is still 2004 and she is going out with Loser Dave, has wonky teeth, loads of friends and works in a low paid job in a carpet company. In fact it is 2007 and she is married to a gorgeous multi-millionaire, has perfect teeth, lives in a huge penthouse overlooing the Thames and has a high-flying job as a Director (oh, and she is the bitch-boss-from-hell), only Lexi can't remember a thing about it. The story follows Lexi as she tries to fit in with her new life and fill in the gaps as to how she ended up where she did (and how she managed to alienate all her friends in the process).
All the ususal magic is here - young girl, a love interest (or two), nice clothes and shoes (v. important!)
While I agree that nothing can beat the Shopaholic series (who could replace Becky?), this is still a great book to get lost in. Thumbs up for Ms Kinsella once again.
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Initial post: 17 Dec 2013 19:03:06 GMT
Chinati O'Stoole ("Caz') says:
"who could replace Becky?" - there is much talk a bout this. i geuess - assentially - we will only know if tony comes back
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