Holly's Inbox - Holly Denham Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755343743 / Author: Holly Denham / Genre: Fiction / Publisher: Review / Ever wanted a peek at someone else's e-mail? Discover the ... more
Holly's Inbox - Holly Denham ... secrets of HOLLY'S INBOX. Meet Holly Denham. It's her first day as a receptionist at a City investment bank and, with no corporate front of house experience, Holly is struggling to keep up. Add to this her mad friends, dysfunctional family and gossipy colleagues, and Holly's inbox is a daily source of drama, laughter, scandal and even romance. But Holly's been keeping a secret from everyone - and the past is about to catch up with her...Launched in February 2007, www.hollysinbox.com became a website phenomenon, with thousands of visitors from all over the world logging on daily to read Holly's e-mails. This novel tells Holly's story in full, and also includes exclusive extra material not available on the site.
Newest Review: ... book really is just a paper format of the website. I'm not one for chick-lit books actually, in my time I've only read a ... more
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by - written on 15/08/10, updated on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Meet Holly Denham. It's her first day as a receptionist at a big City investment bank in London and, she lied on her CV doesn't actually have 2 years corporate front-of-house experience, butb rather 2 weeks, and so Holly is struggling to keep up. Add to this her mad friends, dysfunctional family, gossipy colleagues and you'll soon see that Holly's inbox is a source of drama from laughter to pain, scandal to romance. Holly has also been keeping a secret from everyone, and the past is about to catch up to her... Holly's Inbox is actually a book written purely in email format as if we're reading Holly's email inbox on a daily basis. This might sound a tad ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10, updated on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Holly's Inbox is written as if the reader has gained access to Holly's work computer and is reading her emails. There is no introduction to set the scene of the book, just straight into the first email from Holly's Mum congratulating her on her new job as a receptionist with a City investment bank. Thus the book continues through Holly's first 5 months at the bank. Each email to Holly's family, friends and work colleagues and their respective replies enables the reader to get to know the various characters and their relationship with Holly. It is obvious from the first few pages (and the blurb on the back of the book) that Holly has got this job as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/08 (Very useful, 202 readings)
After browsing the library and finding no books which suited me, I decided to check out my town's charity shops as I can often pick up some bargains, and sometimes books I wouldn't usually look twice at. I usually hate books set out in email format, I stopped reading a Cecelia Ahern book because of the letter/email style of writing, so when I saw Holly's Inbox in my local Save the Children, I wasn't too keen but after reading the back, it did sound really interesting so I thought it was worth a try for £1.50! Holly's Inbox is based on the emails of a receptionist working in London called Holly Denham. It all started with an online website, www.hollysinbox.com, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/08 (Very useful, 103 readings)
It has been a long time since I have had any time to read a book, which is quite ashame as I used to love a good book especially under the 'chick lit' category. Being nearly summer and with me going away soon, I ventured into my nearest Waterstones to have a look at the latest girly reads for the summer, to see what I have missed. I know the saying goes never judge a book by its cover but can't help but pick up books which are pretty colours with a great illustration or quite fun look to them. I also scan the blurb to see what appeals, after reading the backs of many books, I finally found two worth having a further look at and of these was Holly's Inbox. So, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I feel as if Holly and I could be kindred spirits - both Receptionists, both work in a busy, professional occupation and both are completely loopy at times. I was recommended this book and the follow up book by my bookworm friend as she thought it would definately be something I would enjoy seeing I was also a Receptionist. She wasn't wrong! It all started off as in Internet blog website - Holly's Inbox and would feed you emails in the style of exactly that - Holly's Inbox..... It gives you an insight into the life of a frantic, but genuine Receptionist and all her day to day troubles that go with it. Along with the help of her mad ... Read the complete review
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