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Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
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I was really interested in reading this because I love a good series. This one has so many books in the series that I thought it would be fun to pick up. It was just okay. Nothing fantastic, but easy to get lost in.
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message 1: by Typicalquirk (new)

Typicalquirk I agree about them just being okay. I read the first book years ago but just picked up Shopaholic Ties the Knot and I found myself getting really frustrated with Rebbecca, and not overly attached to Luke. I found him one-dimensional. But have you noticed that the bookstores in Japan all basically have the same books? I was running out of ideas! I wasn't really here loing enough to justify buying online. Lipstick Jungle was pretty good if you like Candace Bushnell and haven't read it yet.


message 2: by Jen (new) - rated it 3 stars

Jen You're right about having the same books. I was in Singapore this weekend, though, and they had a HUGE selection. Very expensive, but huge selection! I've been wondering if Lipstick Jungle was any good or not. I started watching the TV show on our American cable (thanks heavens for Slingbox). The TV show is okay, but a lot of times the book is SO much better than the movie or TV show that is adapted after it.


message 3: by Typicalquirk (new)

Typicalquirk I have seen the TV show too, and the book was definitely edgier and had a more feminist approach. It was also extremely different. I have a hard time relating to Wendy or Nico, because in the book they both are married with kids. So I find I have a lot more in common with Victory (unfortunately including the flakiness). It wasn't perfect but I thought it was better than the Kinsella novels.


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