Like mother, like daughter...!Shopaholic Becky Brandon (née Bloomwood)'s two-year-old is ... spirited. She knows what she wants, whether it's a grown-up Prada handbag or a toy pony (40% off, so a bargain, surely?) When yet another shopping trip ...
a toy pony (40% off, so a bargain, surely?) When yet another shopping trip turns to mayhem, Becky decides it's time to give Minnie her own pocket money. Is it a bad sign when Minnie goes instantly overdrawn?
Minnie isn't the only one in financial crisis. As the Bank of London collapses, people are having to Cut Back. Everyone needs cheering up, so what better way to do it than to throw a fabulous surprise party? A thrifty party, of course. Except economising and keeping a secret have never been Becky's strong points ...
For the first time reading a Shopaholic series book, I found it sometimes irritating. I mean ok, we all love Becky and her eccentricity and all the mess she creates before the happy ending, but maybe I'm getting old, I don't know. But still, I
..."ll, I couldn't help enjoying it, and the way it all goes well in the end, that is the reason we read books like this, ain't it? I just didn't find it as hilarious as the previous ones :(Continua...Nascondi
It's my first time to read an English novel. This book is interesting that included unpredictable situation happens. I can imagine the scenario she described. Every character has their own unique personality.
I had a lot of fun reading this book. I like how Sophie Kinsella writes, especially because it's easy to understand. I've enjoyed all Sophie Kinsella's books, but this is the first one that I read in English.