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Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella
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Jan 16, 12

Read in February, 2010

This is the latest book by Sophie Kinsella and it tells the story of Lara who started to hear and see her dead grand auntie, Sadie at her funeral. Lara, a person who hold on stubbornly to what she thinks is right, found her life becomes chaotic with the existence of her 23 years old grand auntie (who has died at the age of 105).

Sadie who loves her dragonfly necklace found herself unable to move on to her afterlife without her beloved necklace seek Lara's help to find it. With her flamboyant 1920s displays, in the process of looking for the necklace, she teaches Lara the meaning of having a life, in the 1920s way. It was rather hilarious when Sadie insisted Lara to asked the man that she fell in love with, out for a date, just so that she would have a dance with him.

Lara, with her soft hearted characteristic, tried her best to help her grand aunt to locate for the necklace and along the way, not only she found back something that meant so much to her grand aunt, she found back her life.

An interesting story plot involving two persons, not only from different world but also different era resulting in some funny anecdotes.
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