Comedy, Fantasy

Twenties Girl–Sophie Kinsella

And keeping with the theme that I had going for a bit, which is apparently just magic in general and learning about different time periods, I came across this book for 50 cents and figured ‘What the hell’.

     It was bizarre. But only because there was a talking ghost in it that forced a live girl to dress up in 1920s gear so that she could live vicariously through her. Did I mention that this ghost was the great aunt of the lead who didn’t meet her and their family basically left her alone to die in an old age home?

 Rude much?

Naturally there is a bunch of hijinks in this book and it’s an enjoyable book for the most part.

 No Outlander, but really, it’s Sophie Kinsella, not expecting literary super magic here.

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