The Ugly Sister - Jane Fallon Reviews
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by - written on 11/02/13 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I'm a massive bookworm, I would rather sit with my nose in a book than watch a movie. I'm always on a look out for one of those books that has you hooked and I tend to go for the 'real' books, I'm not a great fan of fantasy! I love drama and romance and after reading Getting Rid of Matthew by Jane Fallon I knew that she was the type of author that creates those story lines that would keep me addicted from start to finish. Jane Fallon is a talented author with great attention to detail and her characterisation skills are impressive, I've read all of the books she's written so far and I've fallen inlove with the characters and felt their aches and pains during the twisting Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/11, updated on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Abi hasn't really had much of a relationship with her sister Cleo since Cleo was discovered on the street and morphed into a successful and well known model. It's now more than 20 years later, and the sisters are hardly what you'd call close. But, with a summer to kill and nowhere really to kill it in, Abi takes up her sister's offer to move into her plush Primrose Hill pad and spend some 'quality time' with the family. Except...Cleo's idea of quality family time is to go to the gym. Or the spa. Or a comeback casting. Anywhere really, as long as it's away from them all. And with brother in law Jon at work during the day, Abi quickly starts feeling like the hired help, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I have been a big fan of Jane Fallon since reading her first book Getting Rid of Matthew. I had put her latest one The Ugly Sister on my Christmas list, but it wasn't one that Santa chose for me so I was delighted to find it in the charity shop last week. Since her sister Caroline was scouted as a supermodel when she was 16, Abigail has always felt that she has been living in her sister's shadow. Twenty years on, they are virtually strangers - meeting up on rare special occasions and catching up by email - but when Abi finds herself without a place to stay over the summer due to a mix up with a flat purchase, Caroline (now Cleo) offers her a room with them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I noticed a book that my hubby was after getting available in Tesco so when I also saw this book too in the book offer, it made sense to buy them both together as this is one of my favourite authors and I was very excited to be able to buy it. The author: Jane Fallon has written three other books which are 'Getting rid of Matthew', 'Got you back' and 'Foursome' - I completely loved all of these as they were easy to read yet had elements that are true to life. They also had small bits that were quite amusing too so Jane Fallon has succeeded in her books now being classed as those that I would instantly buy without worrying that I wouldn't enjoy her ... Read the complete review
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