This was everything we like about Sophie Kinsella, fun, not too heavy but interesting. Believable characters and good narration make this worthy of your audible credit.
Not as laugh-out-loud as the Shopaholic series, but with just the same lightness and easygoing characters. This time with a bit more meaning. Wish she had another book out already. Narrator does a great job with all the characters.
Sophie Kinsella does it again. It's a lighthearted and totally unbelievable book. That's why I listen to her and not for the literary content. It's just a great book.
While difficult to get into, it was worth persevering. On an early childhood visit to the theater, a kind usher told me that in live theater it is necessary to "suspend disbelief" and enjoy the performance.
The reader has to suspend disbelief with the story line of this book, and early on I did not believe I had made a good selection. At a certain point the characters grab you and you are hooked till the end. Especially well read.
I usually love Sophie Kinsella, have read all her books on Audible to date, and understand that you have to suspend your disbelief in reality to enjoy them, and I do. Even the Shopaholic and Sister book while very silly and somewhat lacking a real plot, was at least interesting and occasionally humorous. But this was so bad, and without a scintilla of effort to try to allow the reader to connect with the characters. It was so bad that it made me nauseated half way through and just could not finish. Maybe it gets great later on, but I refused to waste one more minute of my life reading this drivel. The author and her publishers obviously consider their readers to be morons. This is the very definition of tripe. Don't make the same mistake as me.
This is a silly, silly book!!
Having read every one of the Shopaholic series and a few other random Kinsellas, I was totally disappointed in this effort. I LOVED the shopaholics, I HATE Twenties Girl. I am less than half through and will probably not finish. The characters are shallow and inane. The ghost does a lot of shouting and not much else. A total disappointment for a Kinsella fan.