The Angel at No. 33 - Polly Williams Reviews
Description:ISBN 755358872 / Genre: Romance / Author: Polly Williams / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2012-02-02 by Headline Review
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by - written on 19/04/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I have been a fan of Polly Williams since her first book The Rise and Fall of a Yummy Mummy, but have had so many books in my pile her last few seem to have passed me by. However when I saw The Angel at No.33 reduced to £2.48 in my local Morrison's I decided it was worth breaking the book buying ban for! After leaving a Tapas bar after a night out with her best friend Jenny on a wet night, Sophie spots an empty taxi in the distance on a rainy London night. With the bravado of a few drinks inside her, she utters the words 'I'm going to get this cab if it kills me', right before she is mown down and killed by a bus. Sophie doesn't feel dead though, she attends ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I had never read any books by Polly Williams until a lovely friend of my contacted me last week to say she had just finished a fantastic book and was going to send it to me, this book being The Angel at No33 by Polly Williams. I have to be honest if I had looked at this book in the shop I would have picked it up as I love the cover the colours that are used are very easy on the eye, but I think if I had read the synopsis I don't think I would have read this book as I have read a couple of books where the main character is dead and I just didn't find them enjoyable. This was not the case with this book though. We meet our main character Sophie just as she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
'Am I dead? I don't feel dead...' Sophie cannot leave the people she loves. Her husband, Ollie - a man who once watered a houseplant for a year before realising it was plastic - is lost without her. Their son Freddie is so little. And her friend Jenny? There's something she desperately needs to know before it's too late. Some love stories never end. I am a real Polly Williams fan, I've read each of her books and loved all of them. Williams has a knack of writing real women's fiction, stories that women can really relate to and I think that's what draws me to them each time. Her sixth and latest book, The Angel at No. 33 has a gorgeous cover, turquoise and ... Read the complete review
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