Twenties Girl - Sophie Kinsella Reviews
Description:ISBN 0593059778 / Genre: Romance / Author: Sophie Kinsella / Hardcover / 432 Pages / Book is published 2009-07-16 by Bantam Press
Newest Review: ... aunt, she is shocked when a younger version of her great aunt begins talking to her and demands that she stops the funeral. ... more
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by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Lara Lington thinks of herself as a fairly hip twenties girl, living in the 21st century. But the last thing she expects at her Great Aunt Sadie's funeral is for Sadie herself to appear and demand for the whole thing to be stopped. Lara thinks she's going mad: how on Earth can she hear and see a dead person? It turns out Great Aunt Sadie is actually a ghost and a ghost with a mission: to track down her missing Dragonfly necklace. Sadie eventually manages to convince Lara to help look for the necklace. Can they find it, and can Sadie ever rest in peace? I received Twenties Girl way back in July just before it was released but never thought of picking it up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
My sister has always been a huge fan of the author "Sophie Kinsella" and so (thankfully, as it saves me money!) she has always purchased all of her newest books for her collection. One of said books she has had for an age, and lent it to me a while back, with me finally relenting her badgering at how good it was, and read it for myself. The book in question is - "Twenties girl". Lara feels like she may well be floundering somewhat. After her so called "true love" decided actually, she isn't his true love and dumps her, then she gets into trouble for almost stalking him, she finds now her career has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I am a bookworm, its as simple as that. I will read pretty much anything from any genre but my favourite has got to be a good old feel good chick lit. I have read many different books from many different authors and Sophie Kinsella is by far my favourite chick lit author. I had read all her books, or so I thought, when I discovered Twenties Girl. I brought my copy from play.com on a Play Trade as a preowned copy, but brand new it is available from most bookstores and online retailers - it is currently £4.79 for a paperback copy on Amazon. As with all of Sophie's books the cover has a girly look to it, bright colours and picture of a character. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Synopsis Lara Lington has always considered herself to be a fairly normal, modern girl. Apart from the small matter of her failing business set up in joint partnership with her now AWOL best friend, undying devotion to the boyfriend who dumped her and the continued sucess of her rich (but tight and unhelpful) world-famous uncle, life isn't going too badly. But inexplicably, her world is turned upside down when she's visited by the spirit of her bossy and dance loving, great aunt Sadie. And Sadie has one last request for her neice to complete - Lara must track down her aunts missing dragonfly necklace which Sadie simply can't rest without. How is Lara ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/10, updated on 26/06/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Lara Lington is in her mid twenties and is fairly happy with her life; her life would have been perfect if her boyfriend Josh hadn't dumped her. Lara would also be a lot happier if she wasn't at the funeral of her Great Aunt Sadie, not that she disliked Sadie at all she well just didn't know her and couldn't even remember when or if she had even met her. Whilst at Great Aunt Sadie's funeral Lara hears a voice screaming "Where's my necklace?!" over and over again. When no one else seems to hear this young ladies voice Lara is convinced that she is going mad. That is until she sees the lady and everything locks into place, she is seeing her Great Aunt Sadie's Read the complete review
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