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Fourteen Days Later (Helen Grey Book 1) by [Hodge, Sibel]
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"This story was impossible for me to put down." - Coffee Time Romance & More

"A very good read. Very enjoyable and fresh." - Trisha Ashley, Novelist

"This was a hilarious romance! I truly was laughing out loud while reading this one." - The Cajun Book Lady

"This was a great romantic comedy. I found myself laughing and smiling throughout and really enjoyed it." - I'm just sayin...Book Reviews by KK

About the Author

Sibel Hodge has dual British/Turkish Cypriot nationality, dividing her time between Hertfordshire and North Cyprus. She is a qualified personal trainer, sports and massage therapist, and writes freelance feature articles on health, fitness, and various lifestyle subjects. Prior to this, she also worked for Hertfordshire Constabulary for ten years.

Her debut novel, Fourteen Days Later, is a romantic comedy with a unique infusion of British and Turkish Cypriot culture. Written in a similar style to Catherine Alliott and Marian Keyes, Fourteen Days Later is My Big Fat Greek Wedding meets P.S. I Love You.

The Fashion Police is her second novel and was a runner up in the Chapter One Promotions Novel Competition 2010. It is a screwball comedy-mystery, combining murder and mayhem with romance and chick-lit, and the first in a series featuring feisty, larger-than-life insurance investigator, Amber Fox. Written in a similar style to Janet Evanovich, The Fashion Police is Stephanie Plum meets Bridget Jones. (edited by author)


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 765 KB
  • Print Length: 247 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1451531346
  • Publisher: Sibel Hodge (18 Mar. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003B3O0UE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,125 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Joo on 14 Sept. 2011
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I read Fourteen Days Later on a plane to Orlando. There's nothing like being stuck in a flying can to concentrate your mind on a good book. It made the flight fly by :)
I was really taken in by Helen's character and was willing her to have a happy ending. In this type of book you can guess the ending practically from the start, but it's all about the journey. And what a journey it was too.
I think this book was more interesting with the different nationalities / customs. I'm so used to "white" characters that I rarely come across and appreciate the differences in customs that can cause hilarious misunderstandings.
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I'm really not sure where to start with this. I thought it was absolutely wonderful! Helen has decided to take up the challenge of trying a new thing every day for two weeks after being let down by her boyfriend. Along the way she learns new things about herself and finds love is sometimes nearer to home than you think.

I found it very very funny. I was laughing out loud in places and my partner was giving me some very odd looks. I so identified with Helen. I loved her clumsy disaster prone nature (very like myself!) it made her very endearing and lovable.

All in all another good one from this author. I am now off to read the sequel!
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I love this book! Haven't we all read those articles in Women's magazines and scoffed at them! Fourteen Days Later is about Helen, who has taken 6 months to get over her cheating ex-boyfriend, and whose friend Ayshe persuades her to "Change Her Life in Fourteen Days" as their magazine suggests - all while preparing for Ayshe's wedding. Helen is hilariously accident prone - her antics made me laugh out loud, especially the boob hanging out of her swimming costume at the spa!
The characters are brilliantly written, and I really got caught up in the story. Sibel Hodge is a real breath of fresh air in the chicklit world, a great discovery, and I can't wait for her next book!
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With the exception of Terry Pratchett, very few authors have the ability to make me burst out laughing but Sibel managed it a number of times. Some readers may find Helen's clumsiness somewhat far fetched but, as someone with a medical condition which causes poor proprioception (it means I can't really judge where body parts are, if I'm not actually looking at them) I found her awkwardness easy to relate to. I tend to be very stingy with my ratings and almost never award 5 stars. I will definitely be purchasing more of this set and looking at other work by this author.
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I am so fond of this book, when buying it I thought it may be another 'heartbreak' book where the main character spends the whole book dealing with her broken heart. It was really reassuring that it was funny from the off. Helen's best friend has set her a 14 day challenge where she has to do a new thing each day to try and get her back into the 'real world'. The book is written with sensitivity, humour, a clear plot and a strong cast of characters. Very enjoyable and even better, there's a sequel so the story doesn't have to end when the book does. Perfect.
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so funny I couldn't stop laughing. a really good read. I would (and have recommended it). Yet another writer that delivers what I like to read, romance, comedy and a bit of suspense. A truly good read.

Another author I have added to my list of favourite writers.
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I downloaded this as a nice easy read for my holidays but ended up reading the whole book in a day before I left. Whilst it is not mind blowing, it has a lovely feel, made me laugh throughout.

The book is about a girl called Helen who breaks up with her boyfriend and after months moping, her friend sets her a 14 day challenge. Helen has to do something different every day to help her build back her confidence, forget her ex, meet new people and hopefully lead to meeting someone new.

My friend set me a similar month long challenge following a marriage break up, so reading her personal journey she went on made me smile. I am also accident prone and end up in predicaments so found several similarities!

Overall, the book is a lovely girly read. It is funny, light hearted and leaves you wanting to read on to see how it ends for Helen. A great book for in the sun with a glass of wine.
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Having read a few reviews and seeing that the book was commended and listed for prizes I was excited to get into the story. Sadly, I found it so hard to do so! The idea was good but the delivery didn't do it for me. I felt the author was directing the reader at every stage with explanations that weren't needed and then other things put in that didn't make sense; like if you had been best friends for so long surely you'd know how your mates parents felt about bacon! (Makes sense if you read the book!). I rarely put a book down and give up on it but with this one I kept going until I just couldn't any more, which was chapter 8. When I struggle with books I normally hope my interest in the story will carry me through and it normally does but this one didn't. I actually didn't care what happened to the characters at the end and I could guess where it was going anyway. (Of course I'll never know if I am right as I can't finish this!). So much potential (that's why I gave 2 stars) but a dud in my opinion. Sorry Sibel!
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