The Ex-files - Jane Moore Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752853007 / Author: Jane Moore / Genre: Fiction / A second, hugely commercial novel from Jane Moore, well known journalist and ... more
Newest Review: ... gradually and so it's easy to keep track. The main plot of the story is the wedding between Fay and Mark, the central ... more
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The Ex Files by Jane Moore
Fay decides to have one last fling, one brief encounter, before s ...
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by - written on 12/06/08 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I bought this book purely because it was on sale at The Works (£1.99/3 for £5), rather than the publishers' recommended price of £6.99. Price-wise I probably wouldn't pay the original price for it, but that's largely because I don't like paying much for chick lit. Jane Moore's book is based on the typical turmoil and chick lit formula of the woman who is having relationship troubles. There are a lot of characters in this novel, but they are introduced gradually and so it's easy to keep track. The main plot of the story is the wedding between Fay and Mark, the central characters, and there is a real will-they-won't-they element to it as the other ... Read the complete review
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