Shopaholic Takes Manhattan

Shopaholic Takes Manhattan

Book - 2002
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TV financial guru Becky Bloomwood has finally paid off her debts and credit card bills, until her boyfriend, Luke, invites her to accompany him when he moves to New York, and she discovers sample sales, power lunches, and Fifth Avenue.
Publisher: New York : Dell Publishing, c2002
ISBN: 9780385335881
0385335881
Branch Call Number: FIC Kins
Characteristics: 323 p

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A patron review from the Adult Summer Game: "I really enjoyed this sequel. It was very funny and entertaining!"

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julia_sedai
Feb 17, 2014

I remember liking the first book in the series so I finally picked up this one over the weekend. I found I could not stand Becky in this book. I suppose it is realistic that she would fall back into her old ways but it was her compulsive lying that really made me dislike her. How can such a person have such a great friend, boyfriend, and family who all love her? I mean, she lies to them all the time! I feel that Kinsella makes her too likeable when in real life, Becky would be the worst friend and girlfriend ever. At least by the end she does start to realize this ... but her lying doesn't stop.

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reader1995
Jun 13, 2012

Another fun story about Becky's adventures. A bit less predicable than the first, but has your attention captured throughout.

lorenta79 Apr 03, 2012

this second book in the series was better than the first one. not as good as bridgit jones, but a fun read.

aoshana571 Jun 27, 2011

Great book! I liked reading it because it was a bit of light reading which was extremely necessary after all the boring school books.

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Jun 15, 2010

By far my favourite Sophie Kinsella book. So hilarious

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lutz_talk
Sep 17, 2008

Great book! Very humourous. Everytime you read the shopaholic series, you always wonder what Becky will do next!!

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clarelink
Mar 06, 2007

V. funny, as Becky Bloomwood would say. You must read the entire series.

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reader1995
Jun 27, 2012

reader1995 thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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