Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella is our second of three summer bookclub choices:
Thoughts, reviews and ratings? Post them here!
Bravo, Kinsella! Reading Twenties Girl was quite the experience – humor, romance and with a positive message attached. This novel makes a person hug family even tighter while reminding them how important they are to our history.
Rating: 9 on a 10 scale.
(Mostly because Sadie irritated me from the start.)
This was a very good book. I loved how the investigation into the necklace led into what Sadie’s life was really like. She was more than just a 105 year old woman. I love that the author showed that she had a passion filled early life, though tragic, and that she would always be remembered. I loved how Lara was able to get a backbone and stand up to Uncle Bill and have the truth be told. I did think that Sadie was annoying at first, but saw her character as more necessary as the story went on.
I give this book a solid 9. And it is on to a new home through Paperback Swap!
Perfect review, Becca! You nailed it, and I couldn’t have said it any better.
I’m keeping this book in my Sophie Kinsella collection. 😉
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