Friday, March 25, 2011

Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella

If you’ve ever read Sophie Kinsella, then I don’t need to tell you Twenties Girl is laugh out loud funny! This is a story of Lara Lington whose great-aunt Sadie, dead great-aunt Sadie, shows up to have Lara find her missing dragonfly necklace so she can rest in peace. Sadie appears as a twenty something year old sprit and throws Lara’s already out of control life into a tailspin. Lara wants nothing more than to have her feisty fun loving spirited great-aunt leave her be! As Lara embarks on a quest for looking for a necklace, she ends up learning a lot about life and love from Sadie.

            This book was so much fun to read. I loved both Lara and Sadie. Sadie at first seemed to be such a bother (though fun to read), but she really opened up Lara’s eyes to seeing who she could be and to love life. Lara is even able to return the favor to Sadie as she stumbles upon the truth behind the darkest days of Sadie’s youth. This is definite read.

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