Friday, 26 March 2010

Remember me? By Sophie Kinsella

Yes i am going through another Sophie Kinsella phase but oh well! I really like Remember me? but I can only give it 3/5 , because although it is a good book, it just doesn't make me go WOW! like shopaholic or hush hush.

Lexi, 28 wakes up from a coma in a hospital, but something is wrong. Her buck teeth are not so buck, she has a flat stomach and a hot husband! what the hell has happened! The book starts outside a club, were she has been stood up by her boyfriend and is trying to hail a taxi for her self and her friends, she ends up hitting her head and waking up and finding she is a totally different person, she has lost a huge chunk of her memory and can't understand why her old friends hate her. Her life becomes a revelation to her as she remembers the last few years of her life, but will she like what she finds out?

it's worth reading, it's a good read and will make you smile at times!

any book recommendations would be really nice leave any comments you have in the comment box

Sunday, 14 March 2010



my life is seriously complete I am literally bouncing off the walls!!! I fell of my chair when i found out if you have not read the shopaholic series get reading I wrote a review on it before so you can read that to get a feel so here is the NEW SHOPAHOLIC BOOK SYNOPSIS IT'S CALLED MINI SHOPAHOLIC!!!!!

Becky Brandon (nee Bloomwood) thought motherhood would be a breeze – but it’s trickier than she thought. Two-year-old Minnie is a little tearaway who has created havoc everywhere from Harrods to Harvey Nicks to her own christening. She hires taxis at random, her favourite word is ‘Mine’, and she already has a penchant for Balenciaga bags. Becky is at her wits’ end.

On top of this, she and Luke are still living with her Mum and Dad, there’s a big financial crisis so everyone’s having to Cut Back – including all her personal shopping clients – and her husband Luke is feeling low after the death of his beloved stepmother. To cheer Luke up, Becky decides to throw him a surprise birthday party – on a budget – and that’s when things become really complicated. As Becky tries to keep the arrangements secret, misunderstandings and excuses sprout everywhere, and soon she’s told so many fibs she can’t keep track of them. Will Becky pull off the surprise? Will Minnie give everything away? Will Minnie’s godparents ever stop arguing? Who will end up on the naughty step and who will get a gold star? And what will happen when Becky discovers Luke is keeping a big secret too?

Omg I can't wait til 16th of September i'll be tearing my eyes out!! yeyeyeyey god i can't wait!!!!!!!!

Saturday, 6 March 2010

The 'boy' Series by Meg Cabot

There are three books in the 'boy' Series, The Boy Next door, Boy Meets Girl and Every Boys got one. I'd rate the series 3/5 but I'd rate the first book 4/5.

The Guy next door is so funny, interesting and thrilling, it's a good read because it's set in emails so sometimes you'd see an email and not have a clue what there talking about, but as you read on it explains it. Although this gets annoying at times it keeps you going. As you go onto the other two books it tells you a whole different story, with two different people, but the characters from the one/ones before crop up in conversation, and when you read the last one you see how they are all connected, this part is really to important to the plot but is really cool just to work out.

I am not going to tell you the charecters or the plot because it would take too long and would get boring explaining who everyone is, but i will tell you know don't trust the real nephew in The boy next door!

It's a must read!!!