Saturday, November 28, 2009
Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella (59)
Lara Lington is a modern young lady in London with lots of issues. She has just broken up with her boyfriend Josh and still harbors hopes for getting back together with him. When her great aunt Sadie passes away, she comes to realize that Sadie's ghost is haunting her and has become a constant companion, requesting the return of a special necklace. Lara's rich uncle who has a coffee shop empire is also lurking in the picture. This is an entertaining light read. My favorite book by this authors remains "Confessions of a Shopaholic". Recently with Marta I watched the movie made from that book; enjoying, entertaining, light, a real chick flick. The book, as usual, was better.