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It Started at Sunset Cottage. Willow Cottage — Part One: Sunshine and Secrets Willow Cottage Series. Pedigree Mum. But none of her efforts succeeds. Her only consolation is to buy herself something. Finally a story arises that Becky actually cares about, and her front-page article catalyzes a chain of events that will transform her life—and the lives of those around her—forever. You won't have to shop around to find a more winning protagonist.

Kinsella has a light touch and puckish humor. Fiction Romance Humor Fiction. Publication Details Publisher: Random House Publishing Group Imprint: Another reason I have become a little obsessed with shopping on ebay. I thought this girl book would be fun, it would be like a new girl friend, getting to now good and bad about her, how she thinks about life So, I checked it out and I read it in about 6 hours.

Reason it sucked: So, her prideful continuous description of these clothes she "owned" and was in debt for became ridiculous. And her constant shopping while in debt, actually started to physically stress me out.

Half way into the book I felt really sad because I know that there is so many people who this is their reality. This shallow mindset or consumption of caffeine, sugar, shopping, "fashion" It just seemed to glorify being shallow and reinforce that if and when you are you should keep on being so because: The modern day fairy tale ending for could happen.

Debt paid off, get the job you want, they guy, the clothes, the romance, the money, the fame It grasps on the the romantic notion of what life should be, and could be.

It seem to encourage that there is nothing wrong with lying to yourself and others. It reminds of humans I know, who choose to lead the most dramatic, self indulged, objectified, diva lifestyle. Where they are the most important and beautiful person on the planet, and you'll regret being not trying to be their best friend a. I think this book glamorize this attitude, and not matter how you dress that up, there is nothing glamorous about that.

And if I could give a negative star I would. But I know this is not a hateful website. View all 33 comments. Jul 18, Alicia rated it did not like it Recommends it for: I really hate slamming books, really I do. This book is the typical chick-lit that I've grown to love, and to be fair, it's a quick read.

But, my praise stops there.

The main character of this book, Rebecca Bloomwood, is the most annoying, daft, and ridiculous character I have ever had the misfortune to read about. I understand that she's a "shopaholic", but I've had quite a few friends who fell into that catagory that were never in danger of being as simple-minded and arrogant as Rebecca. Every ti I really hate slamming books, really I do.

Every time I put this book down, I find myself angry. My forehead is wrinkled, and I'm snapping at my innocent boyfriend. I'll give you a hint: It isn't because I'm upset at having to put the book down! All I can tell you is that unless you, yourself, are ignorant, incredibly stupid, deceitful, materialistic, dishonest, and rude View all 16 comments.

It is a chick-lit novel by Sophie Kinsella, a pen-name of Madeleine Wickham. It focuses on the main character Rebecca Becky Bloomwood, a financial journalist, who is in a serious amount of debt through her shopping addiction. This book pleasantly surprised me!

I went into this book expecting it to be just like the movie which, by the way I love , but it might as well have been a completely different story.

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The only things it has in common with the movie are the character names, the obsessive shopper and in debt main character, and the title. I adjusted my expectations and thought it would be one of those rare instances where the movie is better than the book, but I loved them equally but in different ways! The book This book pleasantly surprised me! The book was far less cutesy than the movie as it made Rebecca the main character a dislikable character at first.

Like really, I hated her. However, she really grows up in pages and even though she still has her flaws, I really began to respect her and want to continue on with the series.

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As for Sophie Kinsella's writing style, I enjoyed it! She writes everything humorously but with a ring of insight and relatability. I can't wait to read more of her books and she is making me more excited about reading out of the Young Adult genre!

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View all 9 comments. Mar 19, Erin rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Shopaholic series always puts me in a good mood. Really all of Sophie Kinsella's books put me in a good mood. They are just so light, fluffy and fun. Sophie Kinsella's writing is like ice cream on hot July day. In Confessions of a Shopaholic we meet Rebecca Bloomwood Becky to her friends a young financial writer who longs to write for a fashion magazine.

She lives in a trendy "flat" with her bestie and loves to shop. I mean really really loves to shop. So much so that she finds herself deep The Shopaholic series always puts me in a good mood.

So much so that she finds herself deeply in debt. To cope with her financial problems she does what any shopping addict would do.. She shops even more.

Running up more and more debt. Now since this is a light comedic book all of this is handled in the most hilarious of ways. I never for one second dislike Becky or look down on her for her terrible financial problems. As a person who loves to shop and never looks at prices I can see how easy it would be to fall into a financial hole.

Thankfully I don't have money issues knock on wood but I feel Becky's pain in wanting to buy everything you see. The Shopaholic series is one of my go to books that always instantly improve my mood. Also these books are such quick reads that I can easily read a whole book in a day or two. Recommended to readers who like light fun books with irrepressible hilarious heroines.

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The narrator's voice was really well done, but her actual personality and thoughts were beyond annoying In the movie she's at least searching for a job, working, and trying to figure things out while she shops and avoids the credit card people. Somehow she just came off as a bit more sane and the scenes were actually funny. In the book she's in massive debt and lying to herself and everyone around her as she continues to buy everything in sight.

Instead of seeming simply immature yet adorable She borrows money from a guy to get a scarf that's on sale, claiming it's for her aunt in the hospital. Then she later tells him she's wearing the scarf because the aunt died If she had one. Her mindset was super old by the end of the book. I just wanted a light, fluffy read I could have fun with, but got so annoyed I wanted to chuck this out a window. I know this is part of a series, but I was hoping there'd be more romance or something a bit more redeeming in the first book.

I did like that it took place in London instead of New York City! That's a fun change. View all 8 comments. Feb 05, Lilly rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: After college, I wanted nothing to do with serious books. And so began my quest for all books fluffy and light. The cover of this screamed fluff at me.

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Take it for what it is - hilarious chick lit. Otherwise, you'll find yourself realizing that if you actually knew a character as shallow as Becky Bloomwood, you'd probably give her a look of disgust and hiss at her as she walked by or something.

Also, don't think too much about her relationship with Luke. B After college, I wanted nothing to do with serious books. She's a total tart! So, take my advice and just laugh at Becky's ridiculous justifications for her purchases.

Even now, I find myself thinking "If I buy that red hat, I can be known as the girl in the red hat. View 1 comment. Christmas time really is a season when I find myself dwelling inside romance and chick-lit genre. I have figured it is because the year is closing in, and you do this mental valuation of everything that you went through in the past months. You kind of recharge your mind and body, make it fresh and ready for the coming year.

Other thing I figured out was that I really dig British chick-lit more than any other, or chick-lit that has the similar humor than Brits do regardless of its origin country. So in the spirits of that, I debated should I read Bridget Jones 2 even I was not a fan of the first one or try me some Shopaholic.

If you are reading this, you know what my choice was. I was right away sucked into this materialistic world of spending, but soon felt like I had gone this through before. A little bit of Googling revealed to me that there is a movie made out of this one, and it is a movie I have watched couple of months ago on TV while doing some house chores. I just did not know what I was watching with my other eye as I was not paying that much of attention to find out.

Well, that was a bummer, but I decided to keep going, and I am glad I did. I am not sure if Shopaholic is a good read to anyone who does not identify themselves as such. I am such a materialistic person and have spend more money than I have, multiple times. I would not describe myself as an addict as I can keep my credit cards inside my wallet if needed to, but I can relate to everything Becca is going through here. Granted, Becca is way worse than many of us, but the route of justification and guilt she goes through over her spending - that is very real in every addiction.

Though, Shopaholic is a funny and light read, that has an happy ending that most people with debt do not experience, it can definitely show that it does not matter how educated, successful or smart a person is - you can still find yourself in some sort of trouble due to impulses and addictions of many kinds. You just need to find and read that message between the lines. I might give Shopaholic series more reads in the future, but for now I am pretty satisfied with this and am ready to tackle through something else, whatever that will be.

Feb 24, Rachel E. Carter rated it it was amazing Shelves: Forgot to mention I binge read the first three books in this series a couple weekends ago. I don't really do chicklit, but this was amazing. Thank you Inge for an amazing recommendation.

This was feel good chocolate and wine and shoes and just what I needed. Main character gets a few lucky breaks so she can continue pulling the same immature shit as she did at the beginning of the book and learns absolute fuckall in the process.

View all 5 comments. Made a promise to myself to read more Sophie Kinsella books this year and will be starting off with the Shopaholic series. Thanks, life. View all 4 comments. Oct 05, Leftbanker rated it did not like it Recommends it for: People waiting to get their press-ons or post-lobotomy patients. Vile cultural poison masquerading as a poorly-written novel. I think that a heroin addiction is less damaging to young women, and it's certainly more interesting to read about.

This book made me physically ill. I felt like I was in more peril reading this book than anyone on a toxic waste clean-up crew. She talks as if shopping for luggage is somehow a satisfying and rewarding way for two people to spend an afternoon. It's creepy.

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Self definition through shopping, I can't imagine a more pathetic idea. I would imagine that there are lots of women who feel that their purchases somehow make them unique.

Don't these nitwits realize that everything they buy is one unit out of millions? They are all just chumps for not shopping at the thrift store. The saddest part about this is just how many people have read this piece of shit. I have written about this elsewhere in more detail but the only aspect of our popular culture that runs strictly on merit is sports. Everywhere else fame and fortune is handed out mostly through cronyism, nepotism, or the decision is made in a boardroom somewhere.

I can only wonder how many fine novels have been suppressed so that this fatuous story can make it on to the bookshelves. It also amazes me how many people praise this book because it's so easy to read. If that's all you are looking for then I suggest Dr.

View all 21 comments. May 28, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: I've been wanting to read this series for forever but was waiting for my library to finally add it. They did, then there was a crazy wait list for it I guess I wasn't the only one waiting to read it.