CONFESSION OF A SHOPAHOLIC BOOK PDF
Add this aptly titled piffle to the ranks of pink-covered girl-centric fiction that has come sailing out of England over the last two years. At age 25, Rebecca. A new look for Becky I am absolutely delighted to reveal a brand new look for my Shopaholic books in the UK! Here are continue reading. Confessions of a Shopaholic Reader’s Guide. By Sophie Kinsella Sign me up to get more news about Women’s Fiction books. Please make a selection.
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Confessions of a Shopaholic (Shopaholic, #1) by Sophie Kinsella
confessjon I did like that it took place in London instead of New York City! When she got to the part about paying 80 GBP which is approximately USD for a decorative bowl that she initially thought was hideous and overpriced simply because it was featured in a magazine, and then started lying to herself about how SHE had spotted its worth all on her own and internally cobfession, I had to put the book down.
View all 6 comments. Shopaholoc saw it a handful of years ago on TV. The gray font just blends right in with the gray in the background. Also, I do not think the movie was better as it did not capture the humour and lovable characters in the novel. Inspired by Your Browsing History. The Tennis Party was immediately hailed as a success by critics and the public alike and became a top ten bestseller.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Her crazy schemes to make extra money, like homemade potholders to sell but never following thru on is a page out of my life. Every time I put this book down, I cconfession myself angry.
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Stay up to date on new reviews. And if I could give a negative star I would. Don’t these nitwits realize that everything they buy is one unit out of millions? This book pleasantly surprised me! It’s depressing and annoying. She throws away bills or hides them in a drawer without opening them.
Confessions of a Shopaholic
Rebecca was maddening shopaholiic her stupidity and unexamined neuroses. Views Read Edit View history. Do teens think people can be addicted to shopping? Everyone wants to feel a connection to the protagonist, but not in a literal sense; that is where the futility is seen.
But I know this is not a hateful website. Based on 1 review. It was hard for me to relate to the main character because of this.
This book was super cute Running up more and more debt. Now since this is a light comedic book all of this conffession handled in the most hilarious of ways.
They are all just chumps for not shopping at the thrift store. The gal who recommended it said to keep reading it and I again picked it up and finally finished it.
Becky, the protagonist, literally just keeps spending and spending and spending and spending, despite boo, bills that are piling up in her desk drawer. Clearly, it was my iPad. She finds an unlikely way to make more money so she can pay her bills; she is w a role model for stay-within-your-budget spending.
Becky’s only consolation is to buy herself something Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Shopaholic is a series of novels written by the UK author Sophie Kinsellawho also writes under her real name Madeleine Wickham. View all 21 comments. Other thing I figured out was that I really confessin British chick-lit more than any other, or chick-lit that has the similar humor than Brits do regardless of its origin country.
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Si veo Kate y Leopold, es porque Pay your rent, stop buying couture, and get a real life! She tries cutting back.
Book Destroys Movie: Confessions of a Shopaholic
The effort the main character goes to to justify her shopping is hilarious and some genius plotting on Kinsella’s part. They are just so light, fluffy and fun. The book was far less cutesy than the movie as it made Rebecca the main character a dislikable character at first.
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If you haven’t read this book yet, and you’re a fan of chick-lit or light summer reads – I highly recommened this book! Finally a story arises that Becky actually cares about, and her front-page article catalyzes a chain of events that will transform her life—and the lives of those around her—forever. It confesskon the easiest book I have ever read, truly light and to be totally honest, well written. She shops even more.