Fairytale of New York - Miranda Dickinson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561659 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Miranda Dickinson / Paperback / Book is published 2009-11-12 by AVON, a division of ... more
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by - written on 08/03/12, updated on 08/03/12 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Fairytale of New York is a chick-lit book by Miranda Dickinson. The book was released in the United Kingdom in 2009. I bought my copy from The Works as part of a '2 books for £3' offer which I thought was excellent value for money. The Plot: Meet Rosie, a British florist who has moved to New York. She runs a florist. Before coming to New York, she was in Boston where she suffered a terrible heartbreak. Since then she has found it hard to move on? What will happen when she's reunited with her past? Read Fairytale of New York to find out! First of all, I am a very fast reader - I can get through a novel in a couple of days and so I was surprised to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10, updated on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
First of all I must thank the dooyoo review writers for suggesting to read this book because I have seen some good reviews about this when I saw it in Asda I just had to pick it up to see if it was really that good. This book is written Miranda Dickinson who is an English woman with a university degree. She has always wanted to write a book of her own and this is the first one that she has ever written. In the front of the book there is the normal thank you's to the people who made it possible for her to write the story and the people who influenced her into writing. The special thing about the thank you's in this book is that she starts by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I received this book as a stocking filler for christmas and read it in 3 days flat which shows, I guess how much I enjoyed it, although I have to say this is in no way a challenging read at all. Plot ==== Rosie Duncan is an English born woman living in New York with some major relationship hang ups and an evidently massive secret about her history and what led her to be living here in the first place. She runs a succesful and growing florists and is perfectly happy with her life as it is, content never to confront her demons or her past and carry on avoiding anything that may turn into a relationship. The story follows Rosie as she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
English girl Rosie Duncan carries the burden of a terrible secret, which caused her to uproot her life in Boston and flee to New York, to start a brand new life. In her new city, she changes career and begins working for Mr Kowalski as a florist, eventually taking over the shop as her own. And so her secret remains just that for six whole years. Supported by her eager assistants Ed and Marnie, life is sweet in the city that never sleeps, until a chance meeting means she has to face up to her past if she is ever to move on from her terrible ordeal. Notoriously private, Rosie confides in few people, with the exception of her best friend, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/11 (Useful, 3 readings)
I bought this book a couple of months ago when I spotted it in the book chart in Asda. I have been to New York myself and I find that a lot of the books I have read over the last few years have been set in New York. Not sure why, but it is a nice City to read about through a book as well I feel. This book is mainly about a woman called Rosie. Rosie is english but she went to live in New York to work as a Florist and live out the perfect life (I wished I could just up and off like what most people in books seem to do). Rosie's Florist business seems to be doing really well and she is happy in the life that she is in. Things are working out great. Rosie is quite ... Read the complete review
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