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I've Got Your Number Audio Download – Unabridged

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  • Audio Download
  • Listening Length: 11 hours and 17 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 22 Feb. 2012
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007CL5QWW
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By FLB TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Feb. 2012
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I LOVE Sophie Kinsella, I have enjoyed all of her books and laugh at each one I read.

I was so eager to get my hands on this new novel however I felt a bit anxious as I had read mixed reviews with some negative reaction to the use of footnotes.

Well I got the book on Friday and finished it on Saturday, like every other Sophie Kinsella novel I was gripped and couldn't wait to pick it up again when I had to stop reading for a while...(to cook tea for my children for instance.....not that I begrudge them their tea - but really, when I am in the middle of a good book!!?)

I really liked the character Poppy, she was funny, dizzy but intelligent with a high emotional quotient and she doesn't give up. I thought the story line was really clever, the use of text conversations were great fun and I really liked the addition of footnotes.....they were funny and fitted in with the story very astutely.

I loved it, I laughed out loud several times and read the whole book smiling - now that is worth paying for!
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By ACB(swansea) TOP 100 REVIEWER on 16 Feb. 2012
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Poppy Wyatt is a 29 year old intelligent girl with a respected career and a clutch of close girlfriends. Catapaulted into a high-profile relationship with the erudite son, (Magnus), of an academic family, Poppy finds herself humiliated by the intellectual snobbery.The circumstances she finds herself in reveal her wits and guile to overcome her predicament. The synopsis of a lost engagement ring,( a family heirloom), a lost mobile phone, the finding of another in a litter bin (Sam enters the scene), provide Sophie Kinsella with a wealth of material for a tale full of humour, wit and observation of human nature. The scrabble game is fantastic.

This is a frenetic front to back read. I would have slowed it down if possible(purely for personal enjoyment reasons), but the plot is so fast-paced. Some may say there is a predictability but the acutely descriptive portrayal of life's dilemmas makes the whole flow. There are sharp corners taken with a tale and further character development around each one. The dialogue is so full of momentum. It is a cleverly crafted novel full of enterprise and laughter with all expected from the writer. Thoroughly enjoyed and recommended. I read the Kindle edition. I did not feel the footnotes a problem. In fact found them an addition to the book's character at the end of the chapters.
No spoilers. None needed. The narrative unravels without further detail.
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Format: Hardcover
I would seriously like to thank Sophie Kinsella for this amazing book. I loved it. I loved the main characters, Poppy and Sam, and the story itself. I won't relay the blurb, you can all read. But the book is so much more than what it says. A big applause for Sophie on creating such a real and genuine lead character like Poppy, she felt like a real person, i actually thought at a point this story was real. Although up until the end of the story, i thought that she was a bit of a coward. Keeping it all in, because i would have never stood for that much rubbish.

More importantly, i loved the side characters, Anthony and Wanda are amazing! I loved the development of their characters throughout the book, and the scrabble scene was so funny! Personally, i thought that Sophie was a bit shortsighted to call Annalise one of Poppy's best friend when all she tried to do was steal her man, and so blatantly as well. However, as a generally this story was funny, no doubt, i cracked up a couple of times-not a good thing on a crowded bus, people tend to look at you funnily-, the beginning was very eventful.

The romance itself is sweet. It wasn't the love at first sight romance that's completely unbelievable and totally stupid. I was a soft, getting to know you love. Sam sounds sexy. And so sweet, well, apart from the fake ring scene, which was hilarious! I could imagine the look on the shop assistant's face. I read this book pretty fast, only a couple of hours, so I'm still on a new-book high. But the way in which it was written was really good, the chapters linked brilliantly, as they should, and i was drawn completely in. The end was a bit predictable but nonetheless just as romantic. If you love comedy and romance, read this. It's good.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Eagerly anticipated this latest Sophie Kinsella did not disappoint. Poppy is a fabulous character and her concern for everyone makes this story so easy to relate to. Great book, easy to read, loved it.
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It has been years since I read a book and found myself laughing hysterically out loud at the story (I got some odd looks on the tube!). Yes, it's a little predictable and is in places similar to other stories she's written, but I didn't care. This is still a lovely story and a very, very funny book.
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I totally loved this book! It's something to read if you really want to get completely wrapped up in a book.

It was laugh out loud funny - I often found people next to me on the tube trying to read over my shoulder to see why I was constantly snorting with laughter!

I had been a bit disappointed with the last couple of stand alone books - they weren't by any means bad, but they didn't have the same spark as the shopaholic series, or the stand alones like Can You Keep a Secret, or The Undomestic Godess. But Kinsella is clearly back on sterling form.

I do think the main characters have a slight similarity to Rebecca & Luke, but I don't see it as a bad thing - if it ain't broke...! And yes to a certain extent the plot is predictable - but who cares! It's what we were all rooting for to happen!

The footnotes were the only thing that were frustrating for me as it's difficult to flick back and forth on a Kindle - either that or I haven't yet mastered the art of doing so! So in the end I gave up on the footnotes.

Overall this book is definately worth buying, and I couldn't recommend it more highly for some delicious escapism!
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