I Did a Bad Thing - Linda Green Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755333411 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Linda Green / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2007-10-18 by Headline Review
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by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I very often buy books from charity shops and I often go there with my friends - I know they can sometimes recommend me really good ones. But to be completely honest, I have no idea how 'I Did a Bad Thing' by Linda Green ended up on me shelf but recently I just thought that it has been here for such a long time so maybe I should read it. Sarah Roberts used to be a good girl. And then she did something very bad. Even though seven years have passed, she still keeps on punishing herself and she feels as great remorse as she felt at that time. She tries to live a decent life as a reporter, with her boyfriend Jonatham who is a very active person hoping to save the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Sarah Roberts lives with her vegan, eco-friendly boyfriend Jonathon and works in Birmingham as a local newspaper reporter. She has a respectable job and a respectable life, and everything is going well until Nick, someone she knew a long time ago, joins her newspaper. Suddenly Sarah has to face the past.... I do like a chick-lit book and this one struck me as fresh and original. I liked the fact that the book is based in Birmingham, which is near where I live and I have worked there, meaning I could picture the book much better. The book links Sarah's present and past and cleverly leaves the reader guessing what the bad thing was. Just to give ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Years ago, in a forgotten part of her life, Sarah Roberts did something very bad. Now she's trying to make up for it by having a respectable job, a nice boyfriend, going to regular 'save the earth' meetings and promising herself that she'll never do a bad thing again. But when someone from her past walks back into her life, Sarah has no choice but to come to terms with what she did. And all of a sudden being bad doesn't seem so bad any more. ~ My opinion ~ I love a good chick-lit and this one sounded brilliant full of fun and spice. The book is written in the first person from the view of the main character, Sarah. It is a very interesting ... Read the complete review
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