I simply loved this book. I had already watched the movie long back when it was out in theatres itself. But I got to reading the book only now. It is by far the most quirky, funny, relatably painful and perfect book I have read in this year.

Story line

Story is about Rebecca Bloomwood (a.k.a. Becca) who is a shopaholic. She simply wouldn’t accept that she has an addiction even after her credit card bills keep growing out of her reach and her loans grow sky high. She thinks she can settle all the loans with a job as a writer in a fashion magazine. However, due to circumstances, she ends up joining a finance magazine to write columns about how to manage your money. A true example of how life can be really cruel and ironic at times!

Excerpts from the book

I think they should list shopping as a cardiovascular activity. My heart never beats as fast as it does when I see a “reduced by 50 percent” sign.

Sophie Kinsella

I found this absolutely relatable for two reasons, I love shopping and I keep looking for ways to reduce my weight without sweating for it!

A man will never love you or treat you as well as a store. If a man doesn’t fit, you can’t exchange him seven days later for a gorgeous cashmere sweater. And a store always smells good. A store can awaken a lust for things you never even knew you needed.

Sophie Kinsella

When I read this part in the book, all I could remember was the scene from the movie. Isla Fisher had played Rebecca Bloomwood so amazingly on the movie!

Ok. don’t panic. Don’t panic. It’s only a VISA bill. It’s a piece of paper; a few numbers. I mean, just how scary can a few numbers be?

Sophie Kinsella

This is absolutely funny and relatable to a lot of shopaholics. I’m personally not a believer in credit cards and after reading this book, I’m safe the way I am…..

Lesson– It is ok to feel unhappy/ depressed. It is ok to try to find that happiness through shopping materialistic things. It is ok because in the end, everything will be ok.

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