©2004 Sophie Kinsella; (P)2007 W F Howes Ltd
"Fluently written, extremely entertaining, Can You Keep A Secret? is an impressive follow up to Kinsella's previous bestsellers." (Marie Claire)
"An insightful and funny take on the pitfalls and pleasures of telling the truth." (Cosmopolitan)
This is my first taste of Sophie Kinsella's writing and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Sure it will never be a classic fiction piece, but for light, fun listening it's well worth the effort. Mind you, I did want to shake the central character Emma sometimes, especially near the end when things got scary for her with something her friend was doing against her wishes, but I suppose the author needed to wring it out for a dramatic ending.
If you can forgive that, you'll be fine.
The narrator did a great job too!
WHAT A WASTE OF TIME!! A holiday read? Truly no one can be THIS desperate?
The story line is worse than any Mills and Boons paperback I've ever read.
I truly thought I could do with an easy listen whilst on holiday - I couldn't even get past chapter 5 and that's after fast forwarding!!
This doesn't even deserve 1 star, but I had to put down a rating.
I also don't like the narrator her voice is not "listeanable".
Oh the absolute worst ever - Don't waster your credits or your megs to download.
I enjoyed this book a lot more than Shopaholic it was a great laugh and brilliant light listening. Great holiday listening
Although I enjoyed the book, I didn't fall in love with Emma, like I did with Becky in the Shopaholic series.
I finished the book this morning and already I can't remember the name of Emma's boyfriend. I didn't like him and can't understand why he acted the way he did.
I don't often laugh aloud when reading books, but this one had me smiling and laughing the whole way through. It was cute, romantic and an enjoyable fluffy read. I was disappointed that the ending seemed a bit rushed and the Connor character was not exactly believable the whole way through, but I still would recommend this book for light reading.
"Shame it's over."
I haven't been a fan of the shopaholic series but thought I'd give it a try. The hours flew by! The story was addictive and funny. A fantastic book.
"Can You Keep a Secret?"
OMG this book is laugh out loud funny and i was unable to turn my ipod off, it is adictive!
Fantastic story as ever, typical excellent writing from Sophie Kinsel
"Keeps you awake"
Warning. Don't listen to this book in bed before going to sleep. It makes you laugh so much that you will still be awake hours later. It is so funny it is not just for women - my husband wanted to know what I found so funny and he loved it as well.
"This book is very funny"
I needed an easy to listen to book, my last was heavy going. This was perfect. Quick flowing and laugh out loud. I couldn't wait to get back to it. I found myself wondering what she was up to! It's the sort of book my wife would give me to read on holiday after she had finished reading it. I enjoyed this very much.
"much better than expected!"
This was the first book I had read/listened to by this author and was expecting the usual light hearted, easy and somewhat predictable book that I get every now and again to pass away a long car journey or help me sleep at night, in that it doesn't matter if i miss a bit. But i was hooked straight away and really pulled by the emotions of the story. I really got involved in the story and feel a bit lost now as i kept listening to bits through the day/evening not just in the car!
"Laugh out loud funny"
Excellent story. Listened to it on my journey to work and must have disturbed other passengers with my giggling!! Constantly wanted to come back for more listening.
"A delightfully funny book"
I bought this book as an antidote to all the crime fiction I've been listening to recently and it made a nice change as I walked the hills. It was lucky I was on my own as at times I laughed out loud at the hilarious situations that the heroine, Emma, got into and how she extricated herself. The book is a delightful mix of romantic fiction, situation comedy and a satire of the incomprehensible business-speak of product-marketing departments. Some of the scenes have special appeal to women as the author describes our anguish over men, our bodies and clothes. But I'm sure many men would also enjoy the book as they recognize what intrigues and bewilders them in their relationships with us.
I found the narrators voices very poor and they grated on my nerves. Other than that a jolly but predictable romp.
"Can You Keep a Secret? (Unabridged)"
I loved this book, stayed up all night just so I could finish it.
"Sweet and Funny"
a story I had read in book form and found it very easy to listen to. so down to earth and relatable!
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