Besides having a very good story, the narration brought the story alive, and I listened with a lot of chuckling and guffawing. Loved the accents and the humor behind the story.
It was very entertaining car reading. It helped a lot to resist an urgent wish to stay in bed and don't go to work.
I prefer books to be alternatingly silly, depressing and weird, much like myself! Favorite authors: Douglas Coupland, Meg Cabot, Neil Gaiman
I found this narrator to be terrible! I'm surprised the book got as many high ratings as it has. I kept making my friends listen to it to figure out why her accent sounded so fake. I decided she must be Australian faking British, turned I was wrong, the accent is real, which is even more upsetting!
The story is cute though. I actually finished the book because I wanted to know what happened. Save yourself some frustration and read it the old fashioned way.
The book was just ok; humorus at times, but the same story could have been told a whole lot quicker with the same effect.
I'm not sure.
Accent was too heavy.
This was super funny as an audiobook. I laughed throughout. Loved the performance. I was not familiar with the author before this book.
I love reading and audible is the easiest way to keep up with my voracious appetite for the written word.
I am listening to the end of this book while I write this review because I was so excited that I couldn't wait. I absolutely love Sophie Kinsella and this book does not disappoint. Poppy and Sam are absolutely dreamy and I can't wait to hear more about them. Sophie has a flair for funny, lovable, endearing characters and these are no exception. Read it, listen to it, just get it.
It made me laugh out loud even when I was cleaning - which I hate.
The main character - as in all Sophie Kinsella's stories - is flawed and rushes into imposible situations that she has absolutely no control over - and gets out fairly unharmed anyway.
Its not so much a character as the way she reads the emails and texts that make up a sigificant part of this story - she makes them real and people behind them real.
I actualy think it is the perfect title - can not think of another that would fit the book as well.
If you loved Sophie Kinsellas other stories, you will love this one too. And If you have not read her other books - dont miss out. And do not forget to read
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Did not purchase the print version.
Kinsella's ability to keep you reading, and even rooting for the main character, if when you think the character is an idiot.
The ending was really interesting. When Sam texted an entire church full of people, and when Sophie is on the church steps, and they are texting each other. Very creative.
Sam. He sounds cute and smart.
I truly enjoyed this lighthearted book written with as much humor and fun as other Sophie Kinsella books. It wasn't as hysterically funny as some of her other titles, but it was stilll worth every penny. The narrator was great. I recommend!!
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The narrator's voice is beyond annoying. "Mow-bile" continuously will definitely numb your brain. I know 12 year olds that would consider this book lame. I want my credit back. You can have the book back.