Shopaholic to the Rescue by Sophie Kinsella

Shopaholic to the Rescue

By Sophie Kinsella

  • Release Date: 2015-10-22
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 88 Ratings
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Description

To Las Vegas . . . and beyond!

Becky Brandon (née Bloomwood) is on a major rescue mission! Hollywood was full of surprises, and now she's on a road trip to Las Vegas to help her friends and family.

She's determined to get to the bottom of why her dad has mysteriously disappeared, help her best friend Suze and even bond with Alicia Bitch Long-legs (maybe...).

As Becky discovers just how much her friends and family need help, she comes up with her biggest, boldest, most brilliant plan yet! So can she save the day just when they need her most?

Becky is setting out to make things right in this laugh-out-loud, feel-good conclusion to her American adventure that began with SHOPAHOLIC TO THE STARS.

Reviews

  • Good

    5
    By Lipstickisbest
    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • Superb book!

    5
    By R Malthoff
    Excellent read from start to finish. Cannot wait for more adventures from Becky.
  • Ok but not brilliant

    2
    By Pam26glas
    I have read all the shopaholic books...the first three were without the best and the funniest you can't help like becky and her mad ways. As the series has progressed the stories and characters have lacked some. This book along with shopaholic to the stars are both a bit pointless, over the top far fetched, even the most likeable characters seem lost and not any where near as good as the others. I only purchased this book because as pre mentioned I have read and enjoyed most of the books and was interested to see if the series was back to its best...safe to say it's far from it...think it might be time to leave the series now. However I will always have a soft spot for the early Becky.
  • Good read funny

    5
    By Vstony
    Still very funny.
  • not too bad

    4
    By natasupernova25
    better than the last, interesting take on shopaholic'ness that had been getting a bit stale. it made me laugh, though not quite on the same level as the beginning on the series. worth a read though, if you are a fan of the series.

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