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The Party Crasher
The Party Crasher | Sophie Kinsella
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Number One bestselling author Sophie Kinsella returns with an irresistible new standalone about family love, family tensions and what you might hear if they didn't know you were in the room . . . Expect shocking secrets, hilarious mix-ups and an unforgettable romance. Welcome to the party of the year! AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER NOW ***** EVERYBODY LOVES SOPHIE KINSELLA: ***** 'Left me giddy with laughter. I loved it' JOJO MOYES 'Life doesn't get much better than a new Sophie Kinsella novel' RED 'Fast, furious and fabulous fun' WOMAN & HOME
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Judybskt
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Loved this book!!

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Judybskt
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Getting wedding ready and starting a new book.

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Nicki_K
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Another delightful read from Sophie Kinsella. Just what I needed after reading some darker books this month. I loved her portrayal of a disfunctional yet loving family and all the good times/ bad times that everyone endures with the ones they love. A party crasher crashing her own family party and the shenanigans that ensued had me laughing out loud. A hug in a book with a perfect blend of amusing and poignant moments. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

CarolynM I'm keeping this one for holiday reading in a couple of weeks time. Looking forward to it even more after your review 🙂 2mo
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JoyBlue
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Sophie Kinsella‘s latest is consistent fare—part rom-com, part family dramedy. Read my full review here: https://debbybrauer.org/#the-party-crasher

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Bookjunkie57
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This may be my last Kinsella book 😢

wanderinglynn I gave up on Kinsella a few books ago. 🤷🏼‍♀️ 2mo
Bookjunkie57 @wanderinglynn I used to love her books so much. It‘s so hard for me to let goo. 2mo
wanderinglynn Yeah, it was for me too. I really loved her Shopaholic books. 2mo
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BookishClaire
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For episode 77 of the Brit Lit Podcast, I got to interview mega bestselling author Sophie Kinsella about her new book The Party Crasher, the role of music in her life, writing comedy during a pandemic, what her favourite biscuit is, and a whole lot more.

https://buff.ly/3CQHIs8

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Vansa
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I'm a huge Sophie Kinsella fan,but have felt very let down by her last few books, particularly the quite execrable 'Love your life'.This book is a triumphant return to form.Charming,moving,funny and nuanced characters,the treatment of one in particular being absolutely stellar.5/5 stars,and even more.Read this immediately!!

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Curvybookgirl
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I was so ready for another SK book and this didn‘t disappoint. I couldn‘t put it down. It‘s funny, it‘s sad, it‘s heartwarming and a perfect autumn cozy read

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TorieStorieS
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I‘ve enjoyed Kinsella‘s novels for years and her latest one (hitting the shelves 10/12/2021) is no exception! It revolves around a family saying goodbye to their childhood home amongst their own dramas. Narrator Effie is the youngest and taking the changes the hardest. She becomes the titular crashed at the house-cooling party- learning more about her family, friends and herself in the process! Funny and fun to read, I loved every minute!

CarolynM I'm a Sophie Kinsella fan too. Stacking this one🙂 4mo
TorieStorieS @CarolynM I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!🥰 3mo
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Lauren.Archer
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This was very typical Kinsella and I thoroughly enjoyed it. She writes delightful stories that always have a Happy Ever After, it is just a bit of a mess (in a good way) to get there. If you are looking for a lighter read, that will make you laugh, run and pick this up, you will not be disappointed.

kimmypete1 Was it better than Surprise Me? Her most recent books haven‘t been as great for me and I ended up DNF‘ing that one. 4mo
Lauren.Archer @kimmypete1 I liked this one better. More comical but still had a story line that was endearing. 4mo
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Lauren.Archer
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This was very typical Kinsella and I thoroughly enjoyed it. She writes delightful stories that always have a Happy Ever After, it is just a bit of a mess (in a good way) to get there. If you are looking for a lighter read, that will make you laugh, run and pick this up, you will not be disappointed.

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robinb
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If you can get past all of the over-the-top situations Effie gets herself into, this is a wonderful book. I loved it! Effie‘s family imploded 2 years ago with her “perfect” parents‘ divorce, her father‘s new younger girlfriend and her beloved home going up for sale. In her efforts to say goodbye to her home, she finds herself in some HILARIOUS and preposterous predicaments. This story is about learning to let go, making peace with change 🔻

robinb and that family is most important. Each family member has their own issues to deal with, but they learn to lean on each other for help. There‘s also a sweet second-chance love story that I enjoyed. Just an overall wonderful book. Recommended. 5/5⭐️ 4mo
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GirlWellRead
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Preciouz29
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If you lived the Shopaholic series, you‘ll love this. Unfortunately, I don‘t. This book fell in the annoys me category, Which is a shame because, except for our heroine Effie, I liked everyone else. She was quite selfish thinking only about her feelings. And she had a tendency to jump to conclusions a lot. The story, minus her craziness, was quite heartfelt and entertaining. I did enjoy the comical moments though!