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Can You Keep A Secret?

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Hildie: My favorite book ever is Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella, it makes me laugh ever time I read it! Also because I really couldn't engage with either main character because, while I could feel compassion for them, they really weren't very likable.

We believe in logistical formative alliances,’ he’s saying in a nasal, droning voice, ‘both above and below the line.She has a severe case of verbal diarrhoea and ends up spilling all of her secrets to a random guy sitting next to her. About a month or two ago I read a work of historical fiction whose clunky present tense contributed to slowdown of an otherwise well-woven tale.

Awash with embarrassment, Emma scurries from the plane, glad beyond measure that she will never see him again. I looked up ‘Appraisals’ in the staff induction book, and it said they are ‘an ideal opportunity to discuss possibilities for career advancement’. It happens on very rare occasions that I can't quite figure out how to articulate my thoughts about a book. Whenever a book is adapted into a film, there's bound to be casualties left on the cutting room floor.She also paints a picture of a dysfunctional marriage with a work-driven husband who throws money instead of time and love at his increasingly dependent wife. Kinsella’s writing, even nearly 20 years later, still feels relatable, relevant, and fresh, with fast-paced narrative skill and laugh-out-loud hilarity.

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