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    Books Worth Reading

  • Jess Cicoria

    the entire series is worth reading for fun. becky bloomwood is very funny.

  • Waukegan Public Library

    Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella. Becky Bloomwood has a gorgeous London flat and a closet full of the trendiest fashions, but her job as a financial writer pays next to nothing, and she can't afford any of it. Now she's in trouble with her bank, and her only consolation is to buy just one more thing...Check out this hilarious story of a young woman trying to keep it all together!

  • Granby Public Library System

    Confessions of a Shopaholic (Shopaholic Series #1) by Sophie Kinsella

  • josette brown Ⓥ

    Sophie Kinsella. Favorite book!

  • Ashley

    the whole Shopaholic series ...fun, easy reads

  • Donna Dewey

    This is one of my favorite books! I have read the whole series. So funny!

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If you are a mom..this book pretty much sums it up...hilarious :) *comes recommended, so I must find time to read it! :)

even les miserables. hate it when people rant about les mis when they saw the movie, omgosh seriously though, there's so much more to it when you read the book

Such a gripping thriller...starts off a teeny bit slow but, loving the whole series now.

I've heard people challenging the notion that this book is Science Fiction. If it's not, then it deserves it's own genre. It was so good and so different in so many ways.