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Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella
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May 11, 10

bookshelves: e-book, 2010, womens-fiction, fiction
Read from May 02 to 10, 2010

I like Sophie Kinsella's style, voice, and characters from previous books, so expected good things from this one. And I wasn't disappointed. Terrific characters - Sadie Lancaster is as much a leading character in this as Lara Lington. Intriguing plot with tons going on (mostly going wrong) in most aspects of the protagonist's life: work, romance, family, and a necklace to find, to console the ghost of a deceased great-aunt.

This book is lots of fun and although it's a light read, it's a compelling one. I didn't want to put it down until it was done, and when it was done I was sorry to leave the characters.
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Kimberly I felt the same way when I finished it. By far the most disappointing part of the story was that it ended. I miss these characters like old friends I haven't seen in years


adventurat Kim wrote: "I miss these characters like old friends I haven't seen in years"

Wasn't Sadie a blast? I'd like to think my grandmother was like that in her youth.


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