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Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista Yes, the cover looks like chick lit, and yes, it is chick lit but I really enjoyed this read The term chick lit is often dismissed as second class writing which annoys me a bit to be honest, I dont think the book covers do any favours either If you want an enjoyable read, with likeable characters, a bit of humour and some soul searching, then Confessions is just the ticket.Cassie the heroine of the book is a great character, likeable but daft, dizzy but loyal and although you d like to Yes, the cover looks like chick lit, and yes, it is chick lit but I really enjoyed this read The term chick lit is often dismissed as second class writing which annoys me a bit to be honest, I dont think the book covers do any favours either If you want an enjoyabl Nice easy book to read No hard storyline to follow and a bit predictable but on occasions, it s nice to read an uncomplicated book and this fits the bill perfectly Similar in storyline and style to the Shopaholic series. Cassie Cavanagh Has A Great Job, A Great Boyfriend And Earns Enough Money To Keep Her In Shiny New Shoes And Fabulous Clothes What Cassie Doesn T Reckon On Is Being Sacked From Her Job Due To The Recession Not Only That But Her Boyfriend Dumps Her For An Older Woman Cassie Also Seems To Be Spiralling Into Debt And Is Forced To Listen To Flatmate Jude S Advice On Money Can Cassie Claw Her Way Out Of The Recession And Stop Spending Money Review This book had the potential to be brilliant, but I did feel a little let down, particularly at the end It ended so suddenly and without any warning it didn t feel like the end, but the beginning of another chapter I turned the last page and wondered if someone had ripped the last chapter out Aside from that, it wasn t bad, but it did need someaction, rather than repetition of the same things The characters could have used a littlepadding out, because at times it seemed Review This book had the potential to be brilliant, but I did feel a little let down, particularly at the end It ended so suddenly and without any warning it didn t feel like the end, but the beginning of another chapter I turned the last page and wondered Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista by Amy Silver is her first novel and wow just she start with an explosion of a book Amy has another novel released later in the year called Twelve days of Christmas which I cannot wait to come out I just hope she manages to keep to the great standard of this novel Main Character The main character in this novel is Cassie Cavanagh Cassie works as a PA, and loves shopping, and basically just spending money on anything as she feels that buzz She is v Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista by Amy Silver is her first novel and wow just she start with an explosion of a book Amy has another novel released later in the year called Twelve days of Christmas which I cannot wait to come out I just hope she manages to keep to the great standard of this novel Main Character The main character in this novel is Cassie Cavanagh Cassie works as a PA, and loves shopping, and basically just spending money on anything as she feels that buzz She is very happy in her life at the start of the book havingthan enough money from her job to help her shopping habit, and she was constantly being showered with expensive gifts by the love of her life Dan She is a very warm and believable character In many ways I think everyone will relate to Cassie in some way as many of us has had the recession hit us like it hit Cassie and I am sure we all had to try to make cuts to our expenditures Story Line Cassie Cavana Deed me heel hard denken aan de boeken van Sophie Kinsella , chicklit om te ontspannen maar toch niet TE voorspelbaar zoals met velen helaas het geval is Vlot boek. I have never read a book by Amy Silver before so had no expectations The cover of the book looks very light hearted and the synopsis of the book seemed fitting with the state of our current economic climate Cassie Cavanagh is introduced to us and immediately you like her She has the air of being a typical girl about town throwing her credit card at anything that moves with no thought of the consequences.You soon get introduced to her trader boyfriend Dan a total rat and her flatmate Jude wh I have never read a book by Amy Silver before so had no expectations The cover of the book looks very light hearted and the synopsis of the book seemed fitting with the state of our current economic climate Cassie Cavanagh is introduced to us and immediately you like her She has the air of being a typical girl about town throwing her credit card at anything that moves with no thought of the consequences.You soon get introduced to her trader boyfriend Dan a total ra The first line of the blurb is Cassie Cavanagh has never minded being just a PA and as that is what I want to be when I finish university, I thought I d find this book relatable, even if she does get made redundant Reading the about the author at the beginning of the book, I jumped on the fact Amy s from London, again something I can relate to I promise not to just review London authors two is a coincidence not a pattern just yet This is Amy s debut novel she s a writer and freelance The first line of the blurb is Cassie Cavanagh has never minded being just a PA and as that is what I want to be when I finish university, I thought I d find this book relatable, even if she does get made redundant Reading the about the author at the beginning of the book, I jumped on the fact Amy s from London, again something I can relate to I promise not to just review London authors tw Cassie Cavanagh has a great job, a great boyfriend and earns enough money to keep her in shiny new shoes and fabulous clothes What Cassie doesn t reckon on is being sacked from her job due to the recession Not only that but her boyfriend dumps her for an older woman Cassie also seems to be spiralling into debt and is forced to listen to flatmate Jude s advice on money Can Cassie claw her way out of the recession and stop spending money When I first heart about Confessions Of A Reluctant Rece Cassie Cavanagh has a great job, a great boyfriend and earns enough money to keep her in shiny new shoes and fabulous clothes What Cassie doesn t reckon on is being sacked from her job due to the recession Not only that but her boyfriend dumps her for an older woman Cassie also seems to be spiralling into debt and is forced to listen to flatmate Jude s advice on money Can Cassie claw her way out of the recession and stop spending money When I first heart about Confessions Of A Reluctant Recessionista I couldn t wait to read it I thought it sounded fab So when I finally got around to picking it up I was incredibly pleased I was sucked right into Cassie s world and I enjoyed the Cassie Cavanagh is pretty happy She s got a good job as a PA that keeps her in designer shoes and a nice flat, a great boyfriend and great friends too But Cassie soon finds herself made redundant from the job with a huge credit card debt oh and her boyfriend has dumped her as well.Together with her flatmate xx, Cassie has to learn to live on a budget for the first time in her life, and stick to it But Cassie isn t used to not picking out what she wants in a shop, or buying a new outfit just Cassie Cavanagh is pretty happy She s got a good job as a PA that keeps her in designer shoes and a nice flat, a great boyfriend and great friends too But Cassie soon finds herself made redundant from the job with a huge credit card debt oh and her boyfriend has dumped her as well.Together with her flatmate xx, Cassie has to learn to live on a budget for the first time in her life, and stick to it But Cassie isn t used to not picking out what she wants in a shop, or buy


About the Author: Amy Silver

Amy Silver is the pen name of Paula Hawkins, a writer and freelance journalist who has written on everything from the diamond trade to DIY dog grooming She lives in London and has a penchant for vintage clothes and champagne cocktails, but she always pays her credit card bills on time Paula Hawkins has just published the new suspense sensation The Girl on the Train under her own name.


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