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25This was the first Sophie Kinsella book I ever read and it will remain my favourite My mum actually picked this up for me, because she liked the blurb on the back She would never read this sort of book she is into China Meavile, Dan Simmons and Stephen King Not the sort of stuff I read At first, I was hesitant, but I started reading this in the car on the way home and it was addictive I just could not stop this book is romantic, moving with just the right amount of funny it had a few of those major laugh out loud, cover mouth with fist moments Overall, it was a really good read.
Characters 9 10All just hilarious, even the ones I hated had some really funny lines And the way Samantha talks about them Priceless.
Writing 7 10It s chick lit for goodness sake It was easy to read and took no brain cells whatsoever Plot 9 10Interesting, quite original, moves at the perfect pace with Workaholic Attorney Samantha Sweeting Has Just Done The Unthinkable She S Made A Mistake So Huge, It Ll Wreck Any Chance Of A Partnership Going Into Utter Meltdown, She Walks Out Of Her London Office, Gets On A Train, And Ends Up In The Middle Of Nowhere Asking For Directions At A Big, Beautiful House, She S Mistaken For An Interviewee And Finds Herself Being Offered A Job As Housekeeper Her Employers Have No Idea They Ve Hired A Lawyer And Samantha Has No Idea How To Work The Oven She Can T Sew On A Button, Bake A Potato, Or Get The % Ironing Board To Open How She Takes A Deep Breath And Begins To Cope And Finds Love Is A Story As Delicious As The Bread She Learns To Bake But Will Her Old Life Ever Catch Up With Her And If It Does Will She Want It Back I look along the endless line, squinting in the sunshine I m twenty nine years old I can go anywhere Do anything Be anyone I like There s no rush, I say at last, and reach up to kiss him again Excellent, funny, cute, sweet, romantic, funanother great Kinsella book Sophie Kinsella strikes again Although most of her books deal with both the professional world and relationships, she has managed to make every story unique and immensely entertaining Although I didn t enjoy this novel quite as much as I ve Got Your Number, it still immediately sucked me in and wouldn t let me stop reading until I finished I think if I hadn t read this right after IGYN my favorite book by her , I would have given it a full 5 5 stars, but blame Sophie Kinsella for making her books like candy I can t just read ONE and call it a day As for the story, I loved how the main character, Samantha, was the high powered career woman in the relationship instead of the man, which is seen in most of her other stories although she does leave the job, but still Also, Nathaniel was a total hunky dreamboat and I 4.
25This was the first Sophie Kinsella book I ever read and it will remain my favourite My mum actually picked this up for me, because she liked the blurb on the back She would never read this sort of book she is into China Meavile, Dan Simmons and Stephen King Not the sort of stuff I read At first, I was hesitant, but I started reading this in the car on the way home and it was addictive I just could not stop this book is romantic, moving with just the right amount of funny it had a few of those major laugh out loud, cover mouth with fist moments Overall, it was a really good read.
Characters 9 10All just hilarious, even the ones I hated had some really funny lines And the way Samantha talks about them Priceless.
Writing 7 10It s chick lit for goodness sake It was easy to read and took no brain cells whatsoever Plot 9 10Interesting, quite original, moves at the perfect pace with As you d expect, the story is a sitcom come to life a work obsessed attorney loses her job in a dramatic way and then plunges alone into the countryside la Jane Eyre, only to wind up being taken in as a housekeeper by some nouveau riche couple The twist is get ready she doesn t know how to cook Or run a washing machine You can imagine the hilarity In fact, you have to imagine the hilarity, because there isn t much written for you That s not to say the book isn t entertaining It moves quickly, and it ends up validating the effort and skill involved in keeping house, which I liked Plus I found the nouveau riche couple to be oddly engaging Oddly because they reminded me of Southern caricatures written by someone who didn t know any actual Southerners and just c As you d expect, the story is a sitcom come to life a work obsessed attorney loses her job in a dramatic way and then plunges alone into the countryside la Jane Eyre, only to wind up being taken in as a housekeeper by some nouveau riche couple The twist is get ready she doesn t know how to cook Or run a washing machine You can imagine the hilarity In fact, you have to imagine the hilarity, because there isn t much written for you That s not to say the book isn t entertaining It moves quickly, and it ends up validating the effort and skill involved in keeping house, which I liked Plus I found the nouveau riche couple to be oddly engaging Oddly because they reminded me of Southern caricatures written by someone who didn t know any actual Southerners and just c Sophie Kinsella s wonderfully flawed heroines manage to make me feel so much better about my own flawed self life You think YOUR life is dramatic Wait till you read about Samantha Sweeting s.
At first, the concept was so ridiculous, I wasn t sure I would even like the book But Sophie Kinsella skillfully made it seem plausible The story of a stressed out lawyer, stripped of her job and accidentally ending up in the unlikely position of a housekeeper for a nouveau riche couple at a country estate, was very entertaining In The Undomestic Goddess , Kinsella obviously spent some quality time studying not only international finance, but corporate law and commercial cooking as well I also bet that she looked into some really excellent scams, and spent a bit of time with some professional housekeepers Few professors could have made the subject understandable much less as engrossing and enjoyable as Ms Kinsella has Samantha, a whiz kid corporate law After reading several books by Kinsella, the only major complaint I have is that the endings are extremely unsatisfying She builds up the character development and story so, so well, only to have it all end just shy of the perfect HEA The first thought I usually have after finishing her books is, Wait, what That s it More than in Kinsella s other novels, this factor is impossible to ignore in The Undomestic Goddess Samantha comes a long way from being a lawyer zombie to a content housekeeper, but that change isn t really explored as much as I would have expected It s like as soon as SK decided she d placed her characters exactly where she wanted, she lost all interest in finishing their story properly.
In addition, Nathaniel should have played a bigger role in the book Honestly, I felt a little cheated by th This story is about a 20 something, workaholic lawyer named Samantha Sam leaves her job after making a huge mistake that costs her firm millions of dollars She has put her whole life into this job, trying to become partner, and now it s over She has a major meltdown, and ends up miles from home in the middle of nowhere working as a maid to a family that doesn t know anything about her true identity She also doesn t know anything at all about being a maid as you can probably guess by the title This makes for an interesting hilarious ride At one point she has no idea how to use an iron and tells her boss that she can t figure it out because she s farused to working with a Nimbus 2000 These little comments pop up everywhere making the book fly by and making you really root for this poor girl who hasn t got a clue A bit predictable, but I don t read her books thi This was my second book from Sophie Kinsella, and I enjoyed it It was a fun book, but I didn t laugh loud, just smiled.
The plot was unbelievable Samantha is a very talented lawyer, but she makes a mistake, and run away.
She knocks on a stranger s door for a glass of water, and next morning she wakes up like a housekeeper, because she accepted a job Really No way.
She can t cook, can t clean She can t even boil an egg But she learns everything immediately It s very far fetched The ending was very disappointing view spoiler A workaholic, well known lawyer stays in a rich family as a housekeeper hide spoiler 1.
5 stars SpoilersThe worst Kinsella book I ve read so far, it wasn t totally awful but it was pretty bad The story was evenfar fetched and the main character evendaft than the other Kinsella heroines combined The heroine Samantha was meant to be an Oxbridge educated lawyer with years of experience in the best law firm in the country, yet somehow she readlike a grade A idiot I don t know why authors bother giving their main characters high IQ s and super smart careers when they can only portray them as complete thickos who can barely string a sentence together Really liked Trish and Eddie Geiger, they were such fun characters I loved the way they bossed Samantha about and how they interacted with each other, they were pretty hilarious I also quite liked Nathaniel, he was a normal, down to earth sort of guy instead of the usual rich, brooding, mil I look along the endless line, squinting in the sunshine I m twenty nine years old I can go anywhere Do anything Be anyone I like There s no rush, I say at last, and reach up to kiss him again Excellent, funny, cute, sweet, romantic, funanother great Kinsella book

Sophie Kinsella

[ Pdf The Undomestic Goddess ë programming-languages PDF ] by Sophie Kinsella º izmirescort.pro Sophie Kinsella has sold over 40 million copies of her books in than 60 countries, and she has been translated into over 40 languages.Sophie Kinsella first hit the UK bestseller lists in September 2000 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