I'm a big Sophie Kinsella fan and this book didn't disappoint. Loved the narrator too... May not be as great as her Shopaholic series but still worth a listen. It gets my vote.
This was a terrific end to what I can only assume is the final chapter of the Camel Club. Very entertaining. Loved the narrator. Definitely worth it.
The first book was so compelling, but I found the character's transformation a little on the predictable side... a must if you've read the other books, but not as riveting as the first & second book.
A true love story for all ages that speaks to pain and the perils of love. Though written for teens it appeal to all ages, my 9 year son turned me onto this series and I can genuinely say that it's the best read to date. Highly recommended. One warning though, once you start this series you won't be able stop till the final chapter of book four is completed... it really is that addictive!
I really enjoy this author... I wish the books were longer though. Andy Carpenter his very witty and self deprecating which makes the books very entertaining... Looking forward to more...
I loved this book and have enjoyed all of David Baldacci's Camel Club books but this was by far the best of the three. I cannot wait to read the next installment. Some great twists and turns, that leave you wanting the book to go on forever. I hope they keep the same narrator too because he really brings the book to life. Only downside were the lengthy pauses between chapters when I thought my Ipod had run out of battery.. perhaps that can be tightened up. Don't miss this book, you'll be sorry.
It's been a long while since I've read a Jeffrey Archer book and this one did not disaapoint... I'd put this book up there with Kane & Abel where you just can't stop once you've started. I've since gone back to find other Jeffrey Archer books to download. Don't miss this one.
Yeah I know this was supposed to be a frothy piece, but did the author have to remind us every other page that the heroine was an agent... and how amazing that she was an agent, and but oh dear she couldn't tell anyone she was an agent... it was repetitive and silly and beyond unbelievable. Don't waste your time or money on this book.
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