Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

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( thumbs_upkinsella, sophie - confessions of a shopaholic ) I’ve read a book about a woman who is addicted to shopping before, but it did not stir up my emotions in the way this novel does. This tugs at your heart strings, and causes you to sympathize with all the main character’s (Rebecca Bloomwood’s) plights.

Sure, it’s a bit exaggerated. But it’s highly entertaining, and makes you wonder why you have never had a struggle with overspending as well.

This book did not get made into a movie for no reason. It has real substance, and a real pull for the reader’s attention. I was sucked into this book, and loved it. You’ll love it as well.

However be warned that the drama can be pretty extreme at times, to the point where it feels stupid. But as I said, it’s entertaining. It is fiction, after all.

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