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Fashion Novel: Mini-Shopaholic

Updated on September 9, 2013

My Review

This book was incredible. Not only does Sophie Kinsella manage to make you laugh time and time again, but her humor keeps you entertained for hours. I seriously could not put down this book!

Much like Kinsella's other books, her main character, Becky Brandon (nee Bloomwood) is obsessed with fashion and shopping including shoes, handbags, accessories, etc.. But this time around, her two-year-old daughter, Minnie comes into the picture to stir things up a bit.

Luke, her husband, is having a birthday coming up which supposedly no one knows of until Becky decides her birthday gifts to him will be to plan an immaculate surprise birthday party for him. Of course, she tries to stay on a tight budget, but naturally things come up when planning the big party. Will she keep it a surprise, will it be a bash? Will Minnie stop being a little devil? Find out in Kinsella's newest novel, Mini-Shopaholic.

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Simply a must-read! Hilarious and addicting, a great combination!

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The best line ever:

"Darling, here's your second important lesson in financial planning. Sometimes, when we see an amazing one-off bargain, we can make an exception to the saving-up rule. It's called seizing the opportunity" (Kinsella, p. 14).

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    • TreasuresBrenda profile image

      Treasures By Brenda 5 years ago from Canada

      You had me at, âSimply a must-read! Hilarious and addicting, a great combination!â I don't think I've ever read

      Sophie Kinsella.

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      dessertlover 7 years ago

      Great little write up here! I read this book when it first came out and loved it. Would definitely recommend!

    • squid-janices7 profile image

      squid-janices7 7 years ago

      Sounds like a great read....adding it to my Nook e-reader list.