Book Reviews of One-Hit Wonder

One-Hit Wonder
One-Hit Wonder
Author: Lisa Jewell
ISBN-13: 9780525946533
ISBN-10: 0525946535
Publication Date: 6/1/2002
Pages: 358
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Book Type: Hardcover
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This is a great book. I fell in love with Ana's character while reading it.
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Just finished this book a few minutes ago and found it to be very worthwhile. Ana comes to London to pack up her sister's belongings after her sudden death. She finds herself aching to dig deeper into the life and death of her older sister, a former pop star. Ana finds the truth about Bee, but also about herself, as the story progresses. I loved the characters of Ana, Zander, Lol and Flint.
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Mystery where younger sister investigates the death of older sister who was pop singer with one hit.
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Just a really, really wonderful book. This was my first Lisa Jewell book and I look forward to reading more by her. The story kept moving forward in a really interesting way- great characters.
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this book was a little sad and deep at times but it was intersting the bond that the sisters shared even though she was dead
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After reading Lisa Jewell's first two novels, I was sort of disappointed with this book. While enjoyable, I don't think it was as good as her first two.
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Wonderful book. I didn't see the twist. great beach read!
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A great book!
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An irresistably entertaining tale of a woman who takes control of her life by temporarily taking on someone else's. Shy and gawky, Ana Wills is dispatched to the city to clear out the apartment of her deceased, once beloved sister. Inside she takes over her late sister's life.
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Interesting, funny presented like chick-lit but isnt really
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If you enjoy inter-woven stories of family & how one person's actions & persona can affect others, this is a good book for you. I enjoyed it.
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BACK OF BOOK:
Shy and gawky, Ana has always daydreamed about living the live of her exotic half-sister, Bee, a pop singer who had a #1 hit single before she inexplicably vanished from the celebrity scene. She gets her change when Bee turns up dead and Ana is dispatched to the big city to clear out Bee's apartment. Instantly seduced by the secondhand glamor of Bee's baubles, bangles, and bottles of Pierre-Jouet, Ana takes up with Bee's wild club-hopping cronies. News of a missing cat and a remote country cottage soon convince Ana that her sister was leading a secret life. Ana is determined to discover what really happened to Bee Bearhorn, the one-hit wonder---and in the process something happens to the unremarkable Ana Wills.