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06 January 2010 @ 09:20 pm
01) "Remember me" by Sophie Kinsella (eng)
finished January 5th

So I figured I'd do this book thing a bit differently this year. And actually try to write a bit about each book i read. Im still not going to grade these types of books tho.
But anyhow, I actually read one Sophie Kinsella novel maybe like 2 years ago, (Can You keep a secret) and well i thought it was quite funny. So I felt like reading something really light and funny to start off the year and honestly i really felt like reading a chick lit it's just that normally i don't really like these kind of books I get bored easily. But I remembered reading her other book and figured this one might be close to that. Also my friend actually got this book some time ago and she told me about it. So I decided to give it a try.

It was quite a nice book, I mean it had the qualities of what i wanted what was it to be light read and it's what it provided. I don't have much to tell about this book in particular just it was nice and a bit funny and enjoyable.
I just figured if i really plan to do the book thing a bit differently this year I should really start with the first book.
Yeah inspiring aren't I :D
I'll try to do better next time and actually have a real opinion and emotion about the book I read.
frotcake on January 6th, 2010 07:39 pm (UTC)
Sounds like a good idea, to write some things about every book you read.

I read Remember Me last year and while I liked it (you know I am a fan of Sophie Kinsella's books) I think Can You Keep a Secret? and The Undomestic Goddess are better. My sister got her latest book, Twenties Girl, for Christmas and I can't wait to read that one as well!
a_red_spot on January 13th, 2010 10:41 am (UTC)
I agree that Can you Keep a Secret is better than Remember Me... also I sort of knew how this book was going to end since my friend told me. So i was looking for those details what my friend talked about when i was reading the book.
I just read the summary for Undomestic Goddess since i haven't heard about it so next time i feel to read something in this genre i'll give that a try :)