After being so pleased with the first title in this series, "Confessions of a Shopaholic", I was apprehensive that the sequel wouldn't measure up. I was pleasantly surprised and I found myself once again rooting for Rebecca Bloomwood to get herself out of mess after mess. Linda Gray is an excellent reader. I've never seen her, but in my mind, Ms. Gray IS "Becks".
I love both the author and the narrator indeed. They're so talented, funny and vivid. I did enjoy every single page and it's far more than just FUN!
Listen on people!
I have liked some of the Shopaholic's....finding them light, amusing & funny. Found myself getting board with this one. Just could not finish it.
I guess this will be the last Shopaholic book I listen to. I do enjoy Sophie Kinsella's other books and characters BUT Rebecca Bloomwood is a pathological LIAR and she has become far too annoying for me to want to listen to any more of her stupid antics.
I throughly enjoyed this book. I loved Beckys letters. No, it is not funny to be in debt, but this is F-I-C-T-I-O-N. I was able to enjoy this book, because I know the difference between fact and fiction. Funny, Funny, Funny. I had to read the entire series and it left me wanting still more in the series and more from Sophie Kinsella.
I went from laughing, to being aggrivated, and then back to laughing again. This is a book I would really recommend. By the end, I didn't want to turn it off because I just wanted to see how Rebecca, the "Shopaholic", would pull herself out of her next mess.