Remember Me? - Sophie Kinsella Reviews
Description:ISBN 0593053893 / Author: Sophie Kinsella / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... no idea what has happened in the last 3 years. Somehow, she has become the boss of the department she used to work for; and ... more
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by - written on 30/08/10, updated on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
After reading The undomestic goodess by Sophie Kinsella I decided to read some of her other books. Now that my exams are over I have time to read books for fun instead of having to read boring textbooks. I do like chick lits and I like read books that have at least some believable parts. Lexi Smart is 25 years old working in the flooring department of Deller carpets. She is a junior and she is yet to be acknowledged for the great work she is doing at the company. She was rejected for a company bonus because she has been with the company for less than a year (by a day!) add to the fact that her loser boyfriend named loser Dave stands her up and her ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 204 readings)
I am really pleased that I am about to post a very positive review on the latest book I just finished reading 'Remember Me?' by Sophie Kinsella. I'll admit that I wasn't expecting it to be so good. I guess because I haven't read a whole lot of 'chick lit' lately and have drifted away from the genre. But 'Remember Me?' turned out to be a very enjoyable read! 'Remember Me?' was loaned out from my local library. I only got round to reading it several weeks after loaning it and had to keep renewing it. I almost gave it back without reading it but fortunately I eventually managed to find a little time to read the first few pages and found it interesting right from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
What would it be like to get rid of all the crap bits from your life, to have everything you don't like about yourself and your job change instantly. Well this is what seems to have happened to Lexi Smart when she wakes up after an accident on a night out. She quickly learns that it isn't a miraculous transformation it is 3 years after that night out, but she can't remember those years due to amnesia after a car crash. However someone must have been smiling on her in that time as she now has the perfect body, high-powered job, millionaire husband and is enjoying loft-style living in an automated pent house with staff. But is the perfect life and all its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
After reading a few other Sophie Kinsella books amazon recommended me to buy this book a few weeks ago and because I loved the other books by this author I went ahead a bought a copy. Now I enjoy books but I rarely find that one really grips me and I cant put it down but this one did! In fact I enjoyed the book so much that I read it cover to cover in about half a day. Whats The Book About?: Lexi Smart thinks she has a less than perfect life. A loser boyfriend who has just stood her up, a boring job and she has been given the nickname "Snaggletooth" by her friends because of her less than perfect pearly whites. But Lexi's life changes forever ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Remember Me is another book that I bought because it was on offer at Borders, at a different time though and this time it was buy one get one half price. I had only read one Sophie Kinsella book before which was Confessions of a Shopaholic, which I'd also seen the film of and I really liked it so decided to try another of her books. Remember Me starts off introducing us with a few pages to the main character, Lexi who is your average girl who's just trying to get on in the world. When we meet her she's on a night out, its her dads funeral the next day, she has a disastrous love life, crooked teeth and is 25. However, she has a fall while waiting for a non ... Read the complete review
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