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Twenties Girl Sophie Kinsella. - “Twenties Girl is a little different from my other books as it’s the only one to feature a ghost I wondered what readers. Editorial Reviews. Review. site Exclusive: Sophie Kinsella on Twenties Girl Sophie Kinsella is a former financial journalist and the author of. Kinsella Sophie. Twenties Girl. Файл формата pdf; размером ,22 КБ. Добавлен пользователем sieglinde ; Отредактирован

Now she wonders if sheis losing her mind. Normal twenty-something girls just don't getvisited by ghosts! But inexplicably, the spirit of Lara's great auntSadie - in the form of a bold, demanding Charleston-dancing girl - hasappeared to make one last request: Lara must track down a missingnecklace Sadie simply can't rest without. Lara's got enough problems ofher own. Her start-up company is floundering, her best friend andbusiness partner has run off to Goa, and she's just been dumped by thelove of her life. But as Lara spends time with Sadie, life becomes moreglamorous and their treasure hunt turns into something intriguing andromantic. Could Sadie's ghost be the answer to Lara's problems and cantwo girls from different times end up learning something special fromeach other?

She lives in England, where she is at work on her next book. Writing Twenties Girl was like going on my own magical mystery tour.

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I loved the idea, but didn't know who my ghost could be. I've always loved the glamour and spirit of the s, and the idea came to me of a flapper ghost.

A feisty, fun, glamorous girl who adored to dance and drink cocktails and get her own way. I wanted her to be a determined character who would blast into the life of someone with no warning and cause havoc. I then decided she should haunt a thoroughly modern girl, with all the culture clashes and comedy that would bring. Having come up with this idea I loved it, so it then remained to plunge myself into s research, which was no hardship at all, as I find the era fascinating.

I researched vintage make-up, vintage dresses, read fiction from the period, investigated s slang, and tried to channel as much I could of those feisty flappers who cut their hair short shock!

The book isn't a period piece though. It's a modern story about two girls and their sparky friendship, right here in the 21st century. One of them just happens to be a ghost from the s. It's a quest, a romance, and a coming of age Was it a romantic gift from a secret admirer?

Ok, unlikely I put up a notice in college--but got no claimers. It was mine! I wore that necklace over and over--and felt as though it had somehow magical qualities. Would it have felt so magical if it were a scarf or a hat or a purse?

Jewelry has a magic all its own. Precious stones have always attracted legends, myths, crimes, lust. Quite sane women will go to pieces at the sight of a big enough diamond. Even as a tiny child I was fascinated by beads, jewels, tiaras The biggest symbol of jewelry is love.

Of course true love is putting out the rubbish every night A ring seemed too obvious I wanted it to be tactile, romantic, and the kind of piece you could imagine wearing with anything. Guided by research into jewelry of the s, I conjured up in my head a long necklace of glimmering yellow glass beads, with a dragonfly pendant set with rhinestones.

Not priceless I could imagine Sadie twirling the beads as she danced, I could imagine her gathering them and letting them drop. I could see it as an iconic, timeless piece.

A dragonfly seemed a perfect emblem for Sadie, too--beautiful, fragile, and darting around like quicksilver. In Japanese paintings, dragonflies can mean new light and joy. All of these interpretations are perfect for the character of Sadie--a ghost who needs to "move on" and for whom the dragonfly necklace has a meaning all its own. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? This edition contains an excerpt from Sophie Kinsella's Wedding Night.

Lara Lington has always had an overactive imagination, but suddenly that imagination seems to be in overdrive. Or do they? Lara and Sadie make a hilarious sparring duo, and at first it seems as though they have nothing in common. Read more Read less. Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled Audible book: Audible book Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice.

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She lives in England, where she is at work on her next book. Think Topper , that impossibly sophisticated and goofy ghost tale of blithe spirits bugging the only living soul who can hear them.

Kinsella creates an equally vexing and endearing shade, Sadie, a wild-at-heart flapper with unfinished earthly business who badgers year-old great-niece Lara into doing her bidding.

Predictable mayhem and the most delicious and delightful romp a ghost and girl-at-loose-ends could ever have in 21st century London ensue. Sadie discovers just how loved she really is, and Lara channels her inner '20s girl to discover the difference between wanting to be in love and finding love. Kinsella, a master of comic pacing and feminine wit see: And there's a sweet nod to old folks All that white hair and wrinkled skin is just cladding They were all young, with love affairs and friends and parties and an endless life ahead of them.

It's a breath of crackling fresh air that may well keep readers warm right through winter. All rights reserved.

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I overlooked this book 3 or 4 times, but after reading The Undomesticat Goddess, and can you keep a Secret, I needed another taste of Sophie Kinsella penmanship. I wanted to stop reading in it in the first chapter. I couldn't see where this was going, but I pushed through and I'm glad I did. I was resolved to continue reading until the mystery of the necklace was solved. I fell in love with Sadie, I wanted to slap Lara a few times too. This is a great story, I finished it in the dentists office and had to stop myself from shedding tears at the end.

Read it and press through you won't be disappointed. I almost never read fiction books, especially "girlie" fiction books, but this book had me hooked from the first page! I recommend it to all my friends, I've bought copies for others as well. Highly recommend it for a super cute light read- great vacation book. I loved the book, it was funny and touching at the same time.

I loved the connection to the past, in terms of the present. I felt a connection especially because I just visited my year old aunt, who is in a nursing home.

I remember her as taking care of everyone, so full of humor and so full of life. It is sad to see her old. Even in her 90's she was full of life and worried about how her hair looked. All her family and friends that she grew up with have passed.

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When I see her, it is hard to reconcile her with the Aunt that I knew and loved. She is nothing like her anymore age has taken away her youth and vigor. I certainly identified with a major component of the plot- that people who are very old, have had wonderful brilliant pasts This book was a wonderful fun book full of laughs and events that make us look more into our own lives.

I loved the connection to the past and the discoveries that the protagonist makes. The path that the characters take and their growth is also very well done, and balanced- not preachy.

I was disappointed that the book came to an end. I adored this story , I laughed , I cried , it was too hard to put down.

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It seems most people tend to ignore their older relatives, only truly caring about them when need something This story to me was a reminder to cherish my older relatives while they are still here , because unlike our character, we won't get a second chance to do it. I highly recommend this book. One person found this helpful.

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