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Twenties Girl [Reading] ➼ Twenties Girl By Sophie Kinsella – Lara has always had an overactive imagination but now the spirit of her great aunt Sadie has appeared to make one last reuest she must find a missing necklace Lara's got enough problems of her own her Lara has always had an overactive imagination but now the spirit of her great aunt Sadie has appeared to make one last reuest she must find a missing necklace Lara's got enough problems of her own her start up company is floundering and she's just been dumped But perhaps Sadie's ghost could also be the answer to Lara's problems.

  • Audiobook
  • 15 pages
  • Twenties Girl
  • Sophie Kinsella
  • English
  • 18 July 2016

About the Author: Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella has sold over million copies of her books in than countries and she has been translated into over languagesSophie Kinsella first hit the UK bestseller lists in September with her first novel in the Shopaholic series – The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic The book’s heroine Becky Bloomwood – a fun and feisty fin.

10 thoughts on “Twenties Girl

  1. Zoë Zoë says:

    You all obviously know how much I love Sophie Kinsella so I'll go straight into my thoughts about this book Although there was a good romance in this book it wasn't the main focus of the book Instead this novel put most of it's emphasis on family and friendship and I really liked that Sadie definitely got on my nerves a lot mostly because I was listening to this as an audio book and the narrator made her voice especially annoying while saying her lines However she had a surprising amount of character development keeping in mind that she was the GHOST of a 105 year old woman I really enjoyed how this was a mystery as well there was so much going on that you almost forgot about one part of the story when it showed up again The one critiue I have though is how long this book was I felt like there were too many dead ends while trying to find that one necklace and it was starting to get a little repetitive I think it could have wrapped up a little uicker but it still was a fun read

  2. peachygirl peachygirl says:

    When's you land the right one chick lits can be so much funI know I claim to hate most of Kinsella's frivolous protagonists cough Becky cough but I can't deny that I've had an amazing time reading her books So my expectations going into this book were mindless hilarity and a half annoying half entertaining heroine But Lara and Sadie were just soooo epic The camaraderie between these two twenties girls was everything Page after page they gave me belly aching laughs and such a warm feeling And surprisingly I enjoyed both the love stories even if the main focus wasn't on romance The mystery of Sadie's past was pretty intriguing too The character development was unbelievable considering it's a 100 year old ghost and given that Kinsella's heroines are not particularly famous for this Even Lara toughened up and stopped letting people walk over her The way these two girls brought out the best in each other was a delight to read I'd recommend this book to pretty much anyone looking for a good time

  3. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    This is one of my favourite books from Sophie Kinsella I don't think anything could ever beat the outrageously funny Shopaholic series but this is a close second It's funny mysterious endearing romantic and actually inspiring

  4. Michelle Michelle says:

    It took me a while to get into “Twenties Girl” but once I did I was all the way in Having a second heroine made the plot complex than most of the meet cute happily ever after I have come to like from Sophie Kinsella – but I found myself loving Aunt Sadie For a ghost she’s just brimming with lifeI don't think the publisher’s summary does the book justice It's not so much about a search for a necklace as it is about a career girl recovering from a break up who strikes up an unlikely friendship and gets a fresh perspective from an outsider on her own life It's fun to see Lara grow and learn from this perspective but the best part as always with Kinsella is the humor What would you do if you have a friend who has special abilities? Perform bar tricks spy on your ex boyfriend find out what goes on in business meetings behind closed doorsawesomeThis one reuires a complete suspension of disbelief even without the presence of the ghost But it's always fun to see how masterfully the plot lines are wrapped up Lara really develops a believable relationship with her Aunt Sadie and the story line involves mystery romance and above all family values I was happy to read about supportive parents as I found them very familiar and the charm of this story was just a total joy I’m so glad I picked up this book it was such a welcome surprise A bit different from Sophie Kinsella’s usual formula but it has her usual brand of endearing characters and humor This is something I’ll revisit again and again

  5. Laurel Laurel says:

    Sophie Kinsella is a guilty pleasure of mine This book made for a fun and much needed escape for me today

  6. Leah Leah says:

    Lara Lington thinks of herself as a fairly hip twenties girl living in the 21st century But the last thing she expects at her Great Aunt Sadie’s funeral is for Sadie herself to appear and demand for the whole thing to be stopped Lara thinks she’s going mad how on Earth can she hear and see a dead person? It turns out Great Aunt Sadie is actually a ghost and a ghost with a mission to track down her missing Dragonfly necklace Sadie eventually manages to convince Lara to help look for the necklace Can they find it and can Sadie ever rest in peace?I received Twenties Girl way back in July just before it was released but never thought of picking it up until now because I was worried I wouldn’t like it I am in no way inclined to read a ghost story and I’ve never wanted to before I also wondered exactly how it would work writing a ghost story would it be a real ghost story or a magical type ghost story in the vein of Alexandra Potter? I can thankfully reveal that it is a fantastic ghost story with a hint of magic that really sells itTwenties Girl really is an outstanding read It took me a few pages to get into it and I was worried I wasn’t enoying it when up popped Sadie and I was glued to the book from then on in I thought the plot of the missing necklace was well thought out and I enjoyed Lara and Sadie’s search for the aforementioned necklace I would love to see the Dragonfly necklace in real life I have to say as it sounds really beautifulThe whole story is narrated by Lara and is greatly enjoyable particularly when Sadie comes into the picture and Lara wonders if she’s going bonkers Not only does Lara have to contend with an at times annoying ghost but her best friend and business partner has done a bunk and her boyfriend has just dumped her so you can see why she thinks she’s going mad; the scene in the funeral parlour where Sadie first appears was beyond hilarious I thought Lara was a lovely character and I enjoyed her interaction with Sadie I also thought it was hilarious when Lara decided to spy of her ex boyfriend Josh and she bugged his table – that had me laughing out loud Lara was funny likeable and yes she probably was a bit bonkers but I loved her regardlessFor me the real star of the show though was Sadie I thought Sadie was a fabulous character – outgoing talkative but also incredibly nice and rather prone to teenage strops I enjoyed unravelling the story of Sadie’s life and finding out exactly why the Dragonfly necklace was so precious to her I didn’t find Sadie’s constant chanting when she wanted attention annoying I merely found it endearing and also uite amusing She told a great tale about her life and growing up in the Twenties I thought Sophie Kinsella described the 1920’s fabulously I could imagine the dresses Sophie described and the music playing throughout and I enjoyed learning the 1920’s slang it all added to the charm of the book and I really couldn’t put it downI loved everything about the book and once Sadie made her appearance I couldn’t put the book down There are a few other characters in the book Ed Harrison being a favourite of mine I loved how he went along with Lara when she asked him on a date spurred on by Sadie of course and thought Ed made a fantastic male character I also liked Lara’s family the Lingtons and was so so pleased Uncle Bill got his comeuppance The story really takes a turn halfway through the book and I wanted to race to finish it to find out if all would come well in the endI have got to say that the ending gave me tears in my eyes I knew it was going to happen All through the book I just knew how it was going to end and I still didn’t expect it at all I didn’t want to leave Sadie and Lara’s world and you have no idea how sad I was to leave it This really was an outstanding book – making me laugh making me cry and giving me an unputdownable read A truly outstanding novel from Sophie Kinsella her best to date and truly one of the best books of the year

  7. Exina Exina says:

    35 starsIt was fun I really enjoyed this book I liked Sadie’s fierce and oppressive character and the comic situations made me laugh Although some scenes were extremely embarrassing Sadie forced Lara to do things nobody would do unless threatened lethallyAnyway Lara needs a development at the beginning of the story she is a naive self deluded obsessional sometimes infantile young woman with a serious “allergy” to her own family and without real friends But she has a strong sense of justice she is persistent kind honest and true to her principles even if they look idealistic By the end of the novel she learns a lot about life love friendship family people surrounding her and of course about herself The story is a coming of age novel in chick lit style than a romance The plot is slow in the first half of the story but the mystery of the dragonfly necklace and the life story of Sadie are really interesting and smartly developed Kinsella’s humor is very entertaining so I really recommend this book My favorite uotes

  8. marnelle angela marnelle angela says:

    I loved this bookAt first I thought that this is going to be just another Sophie Kinsella book full of chicklit drama but it sort of surprised me There are several Sophie Kinsella trademarks I have noticed in this book1 Lara Lington The heroines in the her books look like they're always helpless at first they have this problems in their works and in their relationships But then at the end these heroines will be very lucky and make a breakthrough in their careers and they would discover the thing their really good at2 The leading man Ed I like Sophie Kinsella's leading menThey have this mysterious air around them and they are very sweet3 Evil sister cousin uncle In this book Lara has an evil sister and uncle who seems to be really mean and would do things to make Lara feel as if she's like a poor Cinderella 4FUNNY Yeah i think most of Kinsella's books are really witty there are lots of situations in this book where Lara made embarrassing actions I most of the time am surprised to hear myself laughing so loudROFL

  9. Katie B Katie B says:

    Sophie Kinsella's books are comfort reading for me But despite the fact I have a good time reading them I had some reservations about this one because the story line involves a ghost However even though that aspect is a bit of a departure from her previous books this one still had the fun and charming elements I have come to expect in her novelsLara Lington is attending the funeral for her great aunt Sadie who she hardly knew when a much younger Sadie appears in ghost form Lara is the only one who can see her and Sadie demands Lara help find a necklace that is dear to her so she will be able to rest in peace While the pair don't seem to have much in common they might just learn something from one anotherEven though the story was a bit out there I was pleasantly surprised how much I liked it Lara was an easy character to root for as she's having a hard time getting over a breakup and the business she started with a friend is in serious trouble of folding Sadie had a lot of spirit and it was fun watching the two interact While there are definitely some crazy moments everything just comes together really well Definitely recommend if you have enjoyed Sophie Kinsella's other books

  10. Lindsey Rey Lindsey Rey says:

    I really really loved this one It was over the top in an absolutely perfect hilarious way that made reading it so much fun I was cheering for Lara the whole time and I loved her interactions with Sadie ALSO ED HARRISON 3 3 3

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