Weekend in Paris - Robyn Sisman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0452284902 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Robyn Sisman / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2004-02 by Plume Books
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As far as I can remember I haven't read any other books by this author but I have began to tire of some of my usual favourite authors (naming no names) as I've found that their books can become somewhat predictable and repetitive after a while so when I saw this in my local charity shop I decided, like the character in this book, it was time for a change. THE STORY DULL - that's the word to describe Molly Clearwater, the main character in this book, and BORING - that's the word to describe her life. In all her twenty one years she has never been anywhere or done anything exciting, but now, thanks to a few simple words from her sexist pig of a boss, who ... Read the complete review
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