Gravity Vs. the Girl - Riley Noehren Reviews
Description:ISBN 0615261655 / Genre: Horror / Author: Riley Noehren / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2009-01-13 by Forty-Ninth Street Publishers
Newest Review: ... and after looking it up on amazon I realised it was better to buy it for kindle as it was about £10 cheaper! It is really ... more
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by - written on 24/08/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
A while ago I was looking for some really good chick lit books for my kindle when I was going to be away for a few days and needed some reading. I googled something like 'best chick lit novels' and this came up in a list - although I'd never heard of it before, I thought it sounded really interesting and after looking it up on amazon I realised it was better to buy it for kindle as it was about £10 cheaper! It is really quite an interesting concept: Samantha Green has had a breakdown and spent a year in her pyjamas away from her normal fast paced high pressure career as a lawyer. When she begins to be haunted by four ghosts of herself, she begins to regret ... Read the complete review
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