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Who's That Girl? by Alexandra Potter
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Mar 28, 2009

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Read 2 times. Last read March 28, 2009.

** spoiler alert ** The idea is quite original, although it reminds me of Sophie Kinsella's Remember Me, which is the opposite (a woman becoming her older self instead of meeting her younger self). It is also very different from her other works, although she has explored imaginative themes before, such as in Me and Mr. Darcy, and Be Careful What You Wished For, which I loved.

I have to say I prefer her more realistic approaches to life and love, though, such as in Calling Romeo, which is my favorite. This one seems too romantic comedy, too Sophie Kinsella, and although some bits are funny and fun, some are draggy and over comedical it's not even funny anymore.

First few chapters are slow. Last few chapters are good. I especially love Charlotte's dialog with Olly, and the ending.. also the coincidences when Charlotte met her older self later on :)

Love it.

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