Single in the City - Michele Gorman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141048263 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Michele Gorman / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2010-06-24 by Penguin
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by - written on 12/09/12 (Very useful, 6 readings)
This is a review of the 2010 book 'Single in the City' by Michele Gorman which seems to have been on my book shelf for ages but can't have been really. I've no idea where it came from and it's in great condition so that one will remain a mystery for now. Who? The book begins with a nice paragraph explaining the author's background and it actually emulates the theme of the story, American girl settles in London after moving there on a whim. This book is the first by the author but in March this year she released a sequel on Kindle to the novel titled 'Misfortune Cookie' and the printed version was released in July this year. The final part to the trilogy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/11 (Very useful, 23 readings)
With these cold, dark winter nights, I have been doing A LOT of reading! I love reading, and during December, I have seemed to be getting through a book every couple of days! Today, I will be reviewing one of my latest reads. Single In The City is a chick-lit book by an American author called Michele Gorman. The book was released in the United Kingdom in the Summer of 2010 and so is quite recent. Copies of this book are currently available to buy from Amazon for a price of just £3.87 which I think is great value for money. In this book: American Hannah has a dream; to move to London. But that means leaving all of her friends and family behind. She ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
In a rather spontaneous decision to follow her dreams Right This Second, Hannah has left Connecticut behind and moved to London. She doesn't have a flat, she doesn't have a job, and she doesn't have any friends, but she has more important things to worry about on arrival. Like how to deal with potential lovers who are too posh to wash and how to get the guy in the sandwich shop to understand her order. As she navigates her way through the highlights and pitfalls of life on this side of the pond she chronicles all the little intricacies that we would never consider twice. This book had the potential to be awful. I've read other books about Yanks' views on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Hannah Cumming has moved over to the UK on a bit of a whim. She's an American who recently lost her job, and so decided to do something completely new and exciting... move to another country. However, when she gets here, Hannah realises that perhaps she's made a bit of a mistake because she hasn't really got a clue about anything. She's got no job, no place to live, and doesn't seem to understand half the things the British people around her are saying. Hannah's determined to make it work, and when she meets the lovely Mark, it looks like things might be on the up for her. But when the going gets tough, is Hannah going to get going again? This is author ... Read the complete review
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