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Wags At The World Cup: Sensationally funny & spectacularly lovely. Read the hysterical story of what the wives get up to at the World Cup (Crazy, funny Wags books series Book 3) by [Kervin, Alison]
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"Brilliant!" (Daily Mail)

"Frothy, funny and unputdownable, this is the essential summer beach read" (Glamour)

"Set to become the unofficial rulebook for every WAG watcher" (COSMOPOLITAN)

"Very, very funny. I loved it!" (Kelly Brook)

"A real page-turner. I laughed out loud. Instead of relying on paparazzi shots to feed our obsession, Alison Kervin's compelling novel means we can all now be voyeurs into the ritzy and ridiculous world of the WAG. Brilliant." (The Times)

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A laugh a minute, tongue in cheek look at the world of the WAG

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1955 KB
  • Print Length: 360 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Gold Medals Media Ltd (23 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KJ994DQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,810 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wags at the World Cup was my introduction to the Wags, but now that I've met them all I'm going to get the previous two books - hilarious! And although very funny throughout most of the book, Ms Kervin's managed to convey their extreme vulnerability, something I didn't recognise previously when one reads the flashes about their lives in the tabloids. Would I want my daughter to be a Wag? Never, not even with all the clothes and the rest of the stuff. With the cinemas packing to the seams with women going to see the new Sex in the City movie it's clear that we have a great fascination for those who can afford to wear such gorgeous clothes and have a soap opera life far removed from our own. This is an extremely funny account of these womean and a glimpse into the world of football for those of us who don't necessarily have an ounce of interest in the sport.
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Having read Alison Kervin's other WAG books (A WAGs diary and A WAG Abroad) this was a nice addition to the series - please be warned these books are fun and frothy - not to be taken seriously at all.. Having said that over the series of the books you can't help but enjoy Tracy's naviety and innocence and her quest to become the ultimate WAG - she gets herself in a couple of scrapes in this book that you can see coming and you just want to yell 'noooo!' - i read this on a flight to America and finished it in a day....just before the World Cup started it was a nice mood setter for the tournament...be nice if the end came true!
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This book was hilarious from start to finish. If you love Sophie Kinsella's shopaholic books then you'll love Alison Kervin's 'Wags at the world cup'. I couldn't put this book down, the need to read on to see the predicaments Tracie Martin would get herself into next was just too compelling! Cannot wait to read future books from Alison Kervin, a truely captivating writing style.
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A fabulous and fun read. You don't need to be a football fan to enjoy this book.
The main character of Tracie gives an insight into the hilarious world of the WAGs.
This is the first book I have read by this author - I can't wait to read her others.
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Having chortled my way through A Wags Diary, and equally enjoyed Wags in L.A., unfortunately I found this book a real disappointment. It wasn't particularly funny, nor was it as well put together as the previous books. It was repetitive and a bit boring. Sadly not the ideal holiday read for the beach that I had been looking forward to but good bedtime reading as I fell asleep after two or three pages!
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Who needs Victoria, Coleen and Alex when you can have Tracie Martin? That's right - Tracie is back and she's faker, more tanned and as skimpily dressed as ever. Hubbie Dean has managed to get himself a job working with Fabio so Tracie is off to South Africa to have a WAGalicious time. But first, Tracie is given the task of keeping the WAGs under wraps because we know what happened the last time the WAGs came to a World Cup. As always though things don't always go to plan as far as Tracie is concerned and she ends up on a popular video sharing website embarrassing herself to the nation. Tracie is shipped off to South Africa quicker than you can say WAG, only to find herself slap bang in the middle of more shenanigans. It's definitely a case of Tracie Martin to the rescue...

WAGs At The World Cup is similar to the previous two books in which it's written almost like a diary with dates, times et al. which means it's very easy to get into. The book itself begins just as Dean gets the job helping the England coaching staff and it pretty much is then a lead up to the World Cup. Due to the nature of Dean's job, Tracie is asked to keep it all hush-hush as well as keeping the WAGs in check after the farce of Baden-Baden. Tracie agrees to do no interviews and certainly not the TV show pilot she's been asked to do... except that, you know, Tracie isn't very good at being told what to do and goes and does the TV pilot anyway ("It'll never be shown on TV.") and after making a fool of herself, the video inevitably ends up on YouTube and the FA decide that the best course of action is for Tracie to head off to South Africa immediately in a bid to put out all the fires she's managed to start.

My main problem with WAGs At The World Cup though is the lack of action.
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Another Great Read By Alison Kervin, Funny & Hard To Put Down. Definately Worth A Read If You Have Read Her Previous Books.If You Havent Had The Pleasure Of The Other Titles, Then Check Them Out First! Following Tracie Martin Is Hillarious & You Can Imagine It All Happening In Real Wag Life. With The Mentions Of Cheryl Cole, Coleen Rooney & Alex Gerrard Its All Very Current & Almost As If The Reader Is Included In Her Wagness. Brilliant - 5* From Me!
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