Thanks for Nothing, Nick Maxwell - Debbie Carbin Reviews
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by - written on 25/01/10 (Useful, 8 readings)
I read this after seeing it advertised in Waterstones, and at the start didn't like it at all. Rachel is a vain, self obsessed woman who repeatedly tells you how good she looks, and how perfect her life is. So you aren't instantly overcome with sympathy when she sleeps with a man from the office and falls pregnant, although I couldn't help but wonder how she'd cope with a baby! A few chapters in, however, and Carbin has created a much more likeable character, who you'll actually care about. The book gives a fresh and welcomed look at unexpected pregnancy, and how Rachel comes to terms with it and decides what to do. The book is written in an unusual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Despite the fact that I should spend all my time reading education and teaching books to help with my University course I find that at night time I simply have to read what I like to refer to as a reading book. In simple terms I really mean a book that I actually enjoy and one that has some sort of story running throughout it which I can really get my teeth into. I've pretty much exhausted my local library's selection of books and have had to start resorting to requesting inter-library transfers in order to get my hands on new books. However a couple of weeks ago I hadn't managed to find anything on the website and so decided to select a book off the shelves that looked . Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/08 (Very useful, 153 readings)
Although the to-be-read list of books in my bedroom is growing far more quickly than I can ever hope to read the books, I still can't resist buying the odd books which appeal to me! I had read a review of this one online a while ago and felt that it sounded like something I'd enjoy, so I took advantage of a Buy-One-Get-One-Free in WH Smiths, and so for the overall price of £4 the book was mine. I finally got around to reading it about a week ago, and so here comes my review! Rachel Covington works as a Sales Rep for a holidays company, and is one of the top performers in her section. She knows that she's quite attractive and uses it to her advantage to get the ... Read the complete review
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