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I so much love Sophie Kinsella. This wasn't the best entry in the Shopaholic series but still wonderful. I'll read anything she writes.Published 1 month ago by Paloma Reads
This was the sixth in the Shopaholic series.
This saw the introduction of Minnie as a driving force of nature over an accessory. Read more
I read all of the previous books in this series several years ago and remembered loving them so I was ready to jump back in and read another one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Howell
I love the Shopaholic books, but this one was really not up to par with the others. It wasn't bad, but it felt like it was written hastily and in a rush. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laney T
Not as good or as funny as the other books in the series but it was a fun read.Published 2 months ago by Lindsey Allison
Fantastic sixth book to the Shopaholic series. Classic Becky Bloomwood. Loved it.Published 2 months ago by Nancy Viramontes
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|can't wait to meet minnie!||
Apr 13, 2010 by TAR | See all 11 posts
|Are there any more books as funny as Sophie Kinsella's ones?||
Try Christie Craig, I think you will like her. Right now I am reading "Shut Up - and Kiss Me." there is a scene that is so reminiscent of slap stick comedy that you can't help but laugh.
Oct 21, 2010 by MaryCL | See all 7 posts