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Twenties Girl – Sophie Kinsella

March 2, 2010
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My love for Sophie Kinsella started with Confessions of a Shopaholic, and grew from there. I have loved reading each and every one of the books she has written both under this name and her given name, Madeline Wickham. So, of course when this book was release, I rushed right out purchased it the day it was released. In hardback. I almost never purchase hardback books, unless its from the thrift store.

Twenties Girl is a bit of a departure from Kinsella’s “usual” story lines. It’s different, but it is enjoyable. In this novel, Laura Lington is visited by the ghost of her dead aunt Sadie, a fiesty, fiery tongued gal who grew up in the 1920s. Think flappers, the Charleston, and feather boas. Sadie is a hoot as she demands Laura find a neckace near and dear to her heart. The banter between the two is memorable and hilarious. This book is full of charm and humor. The perfect wind me down evening read. Pick it up and read it today!

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