The Cupid Effect - Dorothy Koomson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751539694 / Author: Dorothy Koomson / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2007-08-02 by Sphere
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by - written on 04/06/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
'The Cupid Effect' by Dorothy Koomson ISBN 978-075153969 "Dare you follow your heart?" This was a book I picked up in Derby 'Bookcrossing' shelf and I selected it having read a couple of this author's books before and enjoyed them. I chose this one for the plane as I thought it would be a nice light read and when I am travelling and tired I need a book with a good story but one that is an easy read as my concentration does tend to flag a little when tired. The book starts off well enough with a young woman giving up her well paid editorial job at a women's magazine to follow her dream of further study and becoming a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Review of The Cupid Effect, a novel by Dorothy Koomson I am reviewing the paperback version of this novel, published by Sphere, 320 pages, ISBN 978-075153969, Genre:- Modern Fiction, cover price £6.99. This book was first published in August 2003. My copy is a reprint, published in 2007. It can be found on Amazon from £4.60 new or for as little as 0.01p (+P&P) used. **The Plot** Central character, Ceri D'Altroy, is a footloose and fancy free single lady in her thirties. Ceri has a good job in London, her own flat, friends, family and a slightly odd fixation with the lead actor in 'Angel' the television series ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 134 readings)
The Cupid Effect - Dorothy Koomson "Dare you follow your heart?" Ceri D'altroy leaves London and her job to move back to Leeds to become a psychology lecturer. Where ever she goes she seems to attract people who think she is a good listener, when they find out she has a psychology degree she finds them unburdening their soul on her. She also ends up playing cupid and matchmaking people together. This doesn't end when she moves into a house with two lads in Leeds, telling one of them to tell the girl of his dreams that he likes her, and telling the other to tell the boy he keeps going back to, how he feels about him. She finds ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/09 (Somewhat useful, 15 readings)
Dorothy Koomson's book The Cupid Effect is another very good read, however unlike the others it took me a bit longer to actually get into it. It is her first book though and I read it after I had read a few others of her books, which are all really brilliant and a must read!, but her first book is still worth a read with a great storyline. The book is about a woman called Ceri D'Altroy who packs up all her stuff and rents her flat out, after she watches a chat show, and moves from London to Leeds to go back to uni. She made this move in order to become a psychology lecturer and moves into a student house where she lives with two male students. Mel only knows one other ... Read the complete review
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