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Remember Me?
Remember Me
Author: Sophie Kinsella
ISBN-13: 9780385338721
ISBN-10: 0385338724
Publication Date: 2008
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 736 ratings
Publisher: The Dial Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 8
Having read all of Sophie Kinsella books thus far, I knew that I could expect a story that would make me laugh, make me frustrated, and make me care about the characters. But, I didn't realize that while all of these expectations were met, I would find more. The characters are more complex than I've seen in her books before, while keeping the hilarity and the emotion. There is a lovely romance going on here, but it is not the point of the book really, it's more about Lexi finding herself. Not really who she was or who she has become in those 3 years, but who she is (and wants to be) deep down. I really identified with that idea, and was so engrossed that I stayed up all night to read the book in one sitting. I was exhausted the next day at work after staying up until 3am to read, but it was well worth it!
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Helpful Score: 7
This is another great book by Sophie Kinsella! In this book, you will meet a likeable character named Lexi who wakes up with retrograde amnesia. It is very interesting as she tries to piece together her life. She wakes up to find she is married, she looks totally different and all her friends have deserted her. She has to learn who and what to believe about her life.

I absolutely loved this book. I could not put it down. It is very interesting to see how she slowly puts her life back together.

Definitely Recommended!!
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Helpful Score: 6
I loved this book. :) A fun, easy read that will keep you turning the pages.

Lexi is a warm, likeable character, much like Becky Bloomwood from the Shopaholic series. Funny story, with lots of laugh-out-loud moments. I couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen next. Highly recommended!
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Helpful Score: 5
Another great book from the writings of Sophie Kinsella. I finished this book in less than 48 hours and couldn't get enough.

A story about Lexi, a girl who wakes up with amnesia and has to learn her life all over again. Well, at least the past three years anyway. She realizes that she has secrets, and has made enemies. She also has a new physcial appearance.

This book will make you laugh and will make you addicted. A must read. Everyone should pick this book up and read it from start to finish.
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Helpful Score: 5
I found this book to be a fun and entertaining mix of 'Shopaholic' meets 'Bridget Jones.'

This book is a quick and easy read that leaves you with that feel-good feeling at the end. It is fun to re-discover the main character's missing years right along with her, and the journey that she takes in getting there is both humorous and heart-wrenching.

If you're looking for an easy-to-read book that doesn't take itself too seriously and has an engaging cast of characters, 'Remember Me?' would make a great selection.
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Helpful Score: 4
This was the first Sophie Kinsella book that I have read and it was quite good. It is about a woman who wakes up in a hospital remembering nothing of the past 3 years of her life. She finds out that she is married and lives in a beautiful loft and .....I wouldn't want to spoil the ending. :) Have fun reading this book.
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Helpful Score: 4
Another lighthearted easy to absorb book by Kinsella. Funny story with its little twists and embedded moral thoughts/decisions to figure out. Kinsella continues to give us characters that make us smile, sometimes makes us moan as she tries to rise above her mentality which is always underestimated! All in all, quick read that doesn't disappointed those looking for a happy ending with a slight twist. Great airplane book as you can complete by the time you land!
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Helpful Score: 3
This is my first book by Sophie Kinsella. It is about a woman who gets amnesia and can't remember the previous 3 years of her life. She realizes that she is a completely different person - she has a great career, a husband and a wonderful life. She tries to figure it out who she is now, and if what she thought she wanted is really what she wants now. A great book - sometimes makes you laugh out loud and other times, frustrates you. I look forward to grabbing another Sophie Kinsella's books to try out.
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Helpful Score: 3
The reviewers before me honestly said it all. This is another great book by Sophie Kinsella written in the same quick read manner as her Shopaholic series. The plot is very similar to the amnesia, Ryan Lavery, "All My Children" character, is suffering from. Only the last few years are omitted from the memory.

Is this possibly another series in the making? I think it may be. There is more to find out about Lexi Smart, the main character in the novel.
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Helpful Score: 3
This book did take just a bit to get into but it was well worth the wait. It was wonderful! A feel good book with a great ending!
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Helpful Score: 3
One of the funniest books I've read in a long time, I loved it. A super-quick read because you just can't put it down. It's very well written and the excellent characters really pull you into the story.
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Helpful Score: 2
I enjoyed this more than the later Shopaholic books....I can really imagine the attraction of waking up with a whole different life! And of course, the whole idea of "be careful what you wish for". Great read.
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Helpful Score: 2
This book was very cute. The first 2 chapters were worrisome but chapter 3 hooked me. I couldn't put it down after that. Lots of LOL moments! The ending could have been better but that wasn't enough to change my opinion.
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Helpful Score: 2
Lots of fun and a quick read. Although I was skeptical about the story line, Sophie Kinsella made the book believable.The story was enhanced by good character development and humor.
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Helpful Score: 2
By far the best Sophie Kinsella book to date. I couldn't put it down. I was captivated from the very first page. Lexi is such an interesting character and you really feel for her struggles throughout the book.
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Helpful Score: 2
A contemporary romance that's a nice pick-me-up. Save it for when you need some light, fun diversion. It's frothy but not overly cute.
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Helpful Score: 2
As always, Sophie Kinsella's books are great. This book had an interesting plot line and many funny moments. I loved the main character and look forward to the next book by this author! (I've read them all!)
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Helpful Score: 2
it was great. love story and quirky as always but you can sit down and you dont want to put it down before its done.
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Helpful Score: 2
Typical Kinsella - a great release from everyday life - fun!
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Helpful Score: 2
The most suprising of Sophie Kinsella's Novels, and perhaps the best!
Truely remarkable, throughly enjoyed the entire book; I couldn't wait to finish it.
Read this before the TV Series "Samantha Who" but if you like the show, you can get a lot more of this!

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Helpful Score: 1
My first book I've read by Sophie. Really interesting. Though whenever Lexi would utter a cuss word it just seemed out of character for me and those small parts would kind of jerk me back to reality and away from the book. I felt like Sophie could have easily used other words besides cuss words to explain the character's feelings and it would have fit in a lot better.

This was a page turner though and I did enjoy it. The story is easy to follow along with the characters, and it sets itself up to either be a stand alone book if we want it to be, or it could easily become a series. Rather interesting. A good read for those wanting to explore Sophie's writing style.
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Helpful Score: 1
Although not a fan of the shopoholic series, I enjoyed the undomestic goddess and really got into this book. I thought the book read easy but quite cannot put it down. In fact instead of my mommy's night out I hid upstairs and finished this book.
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I listened to this as an audio book. This is the only audio book that I've gotten so hooked on that I took it out of the vehicle to play it inside! Absolutely hilarious! At first, it reminded me a lot of the TV series "Samantha Who?" and Rosalee reminds me so much of Samantha's flakey friend on the show. The book is about a young woman who, at 25, has a horrible appearance (bad teeth, bad hair, overweight), an okay job, a bad boyfriend, and just lost her father (he passed away). She goes out clubbing, hits her head and wakes up in the hospital. Actually, she wakes up into a completely different life where her life is now "perfect." She is told she has amnesia and cannot recall anything from the past 3 years. They need to make a movie out of this book because it is funny, charming, and heartfelt. I absolutely LOVED it!
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Helpful Score: 1
Had to become accustom to a high pitched British accent but became interested after finishing the 2nd CD. Light hearted but still intriguing mystery. Would recommend but my copy had lots of skipping on the 4th of the 5 disks. So I am not listing it on PBS.
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Helpful Score: 1
This book was wonderful! I am a big fan of Sophie Kinsella and Emily Giffin books. If you are into chick-lit and romance then you dont want to miss this book!
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Chick lit at it's best, but that's what Kinsella is known for. Good/fast read that kept me interested until the end.
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Helpful Score: 1
Sophie Kinsella has done it again! Excellent, fun read.
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This is my first Sophie Kinsella book in which I greatly enjoyed! I read this book in 3 days which is un-heard of for me. I just could'nt put it down I wanted more of Lexi and how she gets through her struggles in life. Definatley recommend!! I can't wait to get to more of her books.
J
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Helpful Score: 1
This book really gets your imagination going. Imagine waking up in the hospital after an accident and finding that you have amnesia. The last thing you remember about yourself is your sorry looks and crappy job and simple apartment. You find now you are married and successful but don't know how it happened. I loved this book and will read it again. It's a keeper and won't be on my booklist. I love Sophie Kinsella's writing but it's nice to read something from her that is not predictable. It's funny and makes you think about what it would feel like if it were you.
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Helpful Score: 1
I think this is Sophie Kinsella's best book. I hope it will turn into a movie.
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As with all of Sophie Kinsella's previous books, this one was great! Very funny and I couldn't wait to see what happened. It's a very thick book and I finished it in two days! An Excellent read I would recommend to anyone!
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Helpful Score: 1
If you've seen the movie "13 Going on 30" or read the book "This Body" by Laurel Doud, you will recognize the plot of this book, but it is still entertaining and a very quick read.

Lexie Smart is unhappy with her job, looks, and love life when she is involved in traffic accident. When she wakes up, she thinks it's the next morning, but it's actually 3 years later and she is gorgeous, thin, has perfect teeth (snaggletooth is completely gone), has a rich husband, an unbelievable high power job and a gorgeous lover on the side. But is she happy? And how did this all come about?

Sophie Kinsella continues to delight her fans with her amusing dialogues between characters and her lovable heroines. This is not as good as the Shopaholic series but as long as you know the plotline is not original, you will still enjoy it.

Reading time - one sitting.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is not a deep storyline but rather a light feel good kind of story. I really enjoyed it as much as I have all of Sophie Kinsellas other books.
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Helpful Score: 1
I have read all of the Kinsella books, and this by far was my favorite. I couldn't put it down and their was never a dull moment.
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LOVE IT! I couldn't put it down. Thought I'll start it read a few pages before bed, Look up and I'm on page 120!... Great read as always from Sophie!
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This was my first book from Sophie Kinsella, and I must say I quite enjoyed it. It is a cute and fun summer read. The main character is charming and hilarious. This book definitely made me giggle a few times! Overall this was a great book and I look forward to reading more from this author!
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Book was very predictable.
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Loved this book....bought it and now have read almost all Sphie's other books as well!
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I found this book to be a fun and entertaining mix of 'Shopaholic' meets 'Bridget Jones.'

This book is a quick and easy read that leaves you with that feel-good feeling at the end. It is fun to re-discover the main character's missing years right along with her, and the journey that she takes in getting there is both humorous and heart-wrenching.

If you're looking for an easy-to-read book that doesn't take itself too seriously and has an engaging cast of characters, 'Remember Me?' would make a great selection.
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An enjoyable listen and not totally predictable. Worth the time.
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This was awesome! I loved the characters and the story line. Good moral in the story too.
Scary how you could get amnesia and not remember things.
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Super fun, as usual! Sophie Kinsella novels are always entertaining. What could better than an amnesiac love story?
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This book was a easy read with a plot that kept you interested. It made me wonder what it would be like not to remember stuff. lol
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Very funny and good plot idea.
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Another good book from Sophie Kinsella! This book took me a little bit of time to really get into, but in the end it was worth the read. It's a good story, but not the best work of Kinsella. I personally didn't like what the main character ended up doing, but that might just be me personally. Its well worth a read (as is anything by Ms. Kinsella)
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This is a very cute romance story. Almost everything you want to happen, does happen. The only thing that disturbed me, was how predictable it was. But, that could just be me!
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This book was cute. I liked it better than Confessions of a Shopaholic. The story line was good, the main character was interesting and made me laugh out loud a few times. I would recommend this as a light and entertaining read.
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Great book! Another wonderful Sophie Kinsella book!!!
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You cannot help but root for this heroine as she struggles to regain her memory after an automobile accident. Learning who to trust and not to trust is the challenge for this heroine and you simply cannot put this book down. Kinsella has created a memorable heroine.
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loved it, loved the characters, fun story!
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Light hearted story, fast reading.
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Loved it! Wonderful narration and fun storyline.
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One of the best books I've read lately. It's fun, inspiring, and touching. You really get to know the characters up front so you can laugh and cry with them. Excellent read!
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Lexi is an average girl, with an average life, great friends and a decent job...until she gets a bump on the head. She wakes up in the hospital to discover...her whole life has changed!

Once again Sophie Kinsella has managed to create a true feel good story with a mess of a main character that you can't help but love. She intertwines reality and fantasy so well that I find myself anxious to sneak off to bed and read instead of watch T.V....and that is saying something!
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This was the first time I read anything by Sophie Kinsella and I enjoyed this book, it kept my interest.
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I wish I could wake up and have the perfect life.Or would I? Read it you'll love it.
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This was my first book by this author. It is written in the England style english so I had to re-read a few times to understand as it's not verbage we use in the US english but overall the book was decent. I already had 2 of her other books and decided to give the author another try. I'm glad I did. I found the other 2 more enjoyable than this one tho this one is good for a fun, lighter read.
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Great Book! Made me laugh:)
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awesome book great ending very fun read
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Loved this book. It was fast and funny and moving with a cast of amusing characters. The narrator made it easy to "picture" each character who was speaking.
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I enjoyed it; however, it left me a bit sad, almost bittersweet. A few chuckles but I still liked Can You Keep a Secret much more.
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The audio was better and followed the book very well. The book was fun, and predictable.
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This book was predictable, but funny. The narrator has a good sense of humor & some of her comments made me laugh out loud.
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On the heels of reading [book:Can You Keep a Secret?|33724], this book was a major disappointment.

Junior assistant Lexi Smart has a car accident and wakes up with complete amnesia. The last thing she remembers happened 3 years ago and now she has the perfect executive job, the most gorgeous husband imaginable, a stunning penthouse apartment, a housekeeper, and the perfect body and face. The only problem is that she doesn't remember how she got to this most perfect place. Erik, the perfect husband...NOT, is seriously OCD and anal retentive besides. He actually pens a marriage manual to help her remember their life with sections on being neat, sex (when, what and how often), etc.

The premise is excellent but I just didn't like the characters and I hated Erik. With her bitch boss attitude, Lexi alienated all of her friends at work and now she's trying way too hard to get them back. Her pathetic attitude got on my every last nerve. The only characters I actually liked were Fiona and John. In the last 100 pages or so, Lexi finally takes back her life and becomes the person she was before she became the bitch boss from hell. There were moments of humor especially from her delinquent sister Amy but for the most part this book is majorly depressing.
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Cute book. It was funny little love story and I really enjoyed it. The author has a way of making her characters really familiar.
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I couldn't put it down.
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Very cute story! This was my first Sophie Kinsella book but it will definitely not be my last! This book actually had me laughing out loud at quite a few parts. I'm glad no one else was around!
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I really enjoyed this book. Once again, Sophie Kinsella delivered in this new book. I just like her writing style. I really hope she comes out with more books.
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I loved this book. What would you do if you woke up and didn't even know your own husband. Its so cute how she goes through trying to piece together her life. In the end the things you wish for aren't always what you thought they would be.
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VERY CUTE BOOK! ALSO HAD SOME GOOD LESSONS ABOUT LIFE. QUICK READ.
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I really enjoyed this light-hearted book. Lexi Smart wakes up in a dream that quickly turns into a bit of a nightmare. It's great fun to read how she works her way out of it.
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I usually really like Ms. Kinsella's charectors but in this story I just wanted to shake them all and tell them, "SPEAK UP and clear the air!" But in all honesty I think that was the point. The book is a good read if you like your charectors talking in circles which does cause a few funny moments. If not try one of Ms. Kinsella's other books like Shopaholic or Can you keep a secret?.
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Easy, fun read.
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Good book. Maybe not as good as the Shopaholic series, but entertaining nonetheless.
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great book, you re learn the characters life as she does!
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a very enjoyable read eventhough a bit unbelieveable.
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I enjoyed listening to this story. I really LOVED the narrator, I think she brought the whole story to life. I want to hear more stories by Sophie Kinsella and listen to more novels narrated by Charlotte Parry.
The story kept my interest, I thought that I knew what was going to happen but I didn't.
This is only available as an abridged version. It is still good but I didn't want the story to end.
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I love this book! Keeps you guessing at all the right times
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So far, this is my favorite of Sophie Kinsella's novels!
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this book was not as good as her other books I have read.
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This was a nice summer read. It was nice to read "chick lit" that wasn't all about shopping at high end stores! This book actually had some depth and a few twists that weren't predictable. I enjoyed this story.
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A great, easy reading. About a girl who experiences amnesia and can't remember the past three years of her life. She has a lot of trouble reconciling the person that she remembers being to the person that she's become.
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Highly recommend! A great summer quick read.
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Loved this book, but then I love Sophie Kinsella. This book is everything you expect from her cute, funny and a wonderful read, I highly recommend.
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This probably would have been a great book, but after reading the first 3 chapters, and encountering the F-bomb 5 times (plus multiple other curse words)....I just couldn't read any more.
I think it would have been a great book without the language, it seems very unnecessary.
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I loved this book-
An easy, fun read.
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This is my all time favorite Sophie Kinsella book! It is a crazy situation and the whole time I kept thinking how much I would lose if I couldn't remember the last 3 years of my own life!
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Stay with this one -- it gets better as it goes along. Interesting story line.
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This was a good book, just not really a favorite for myself. The husband was too out of touch and there wasn't anything remotely good about his character. I know we weren't supposed to like him, but his character was just ridiculous. Which made the main character and the fact taht she had married him a little less likable. This of course, is my opinion. Not my favorite Kinsella and I've read almost everyone of her books.
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Light, funny and entertaining read. If you are a fan of Ms. Kinsella's other novels, this one does not disappoint.
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I record audio books and this is one of the ones I did a while back... It's not literature, but it's a fun read with a vibrant heroine.
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I really liked it. Sopie Kinsella is very captivating.
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Fun, engaging book. I highly recommend it!
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Cute book! ;) It has all the elements of a good romantic comedy...
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LOVED It!
Fun fast read
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it be like to wake up in a new life where you have a rick stick in the mud husband, friends who hate you, and a mother in denial. That's what happens to Lexie after a bump on the head causes her to forget the last three years of her life.
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With the same wicked humor and delicious charm that have won her millions of devoted fans, Sophie Kinsella, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Shopaholic & Baby, returns with an irresistible new novel and a fresh new heroine who finds herself in a life-changing and utterly hilarious predicament?. When twenty-eight-year-old Lexi Smart wakes up in a London hospital, she?s in for a big surprise. Her teeth are perfect. Her body is toned. Her handbag is Vuitton. Having survived a car accident?in a Mercedes no less?Lexi has lost a big chunk of her memory, three years to be exact, and she?s about to find out just how much things have changed.

Somehow Lexi went from a twenty-five-year-old working girl to a corporate big shot with a sleek new loft, a personal assistant, a carb-free diet, and a set of glamorous new friends. And who is this gorgeous husband?who also happens to be a multimillionaire? With her mind still stuck three years in reverse, Lexi greets this brave new world determined to be the person she?well, seems to be. That is, until an adorably disheveled architect drops the biggest bombshell of all.

Suddenly Lexi is scrambling to catch her balance. Her new life, it turns out, comes complete with secrets, schemes, and intrigue. How on earth did all this happen? Will she ever remember? And what will happen when she does?
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I found this book to be a fun and entertaining mix of 'Shopaholic' meets 'Bridget Jones.'

This book is a quick and easy read that leaves you with that feel-good feeling at the end. It is fun to re-discover the main character's missing years right along with her, and the journey that she takes in getting there is both humorous and heart-wrenching.

If you're looking for an easy-to-read book that doesn't take itself too seriously and has an engaging cast of characters, 'Remember Me?' would make a great selection.
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Very entertaining.. Reminded me of the show "Samantha Who?" to a certain degree. I would definitely recommend if you like her other books.
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Great Book, fun story - fast easy read.
I couldn't put it down
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I found this book to be a fun and entertaining mix of 'Shopaholic' meets 'Bridget Jones.'

This book is a quick and easy read that leaves you with that feel-good feeling at the end. It is fun to re-discover the main character's missing years right along with her, and the journey that she takes in getting there is both humorous and heart-wrenching.

If you're looking for an easy-to-read book that doesn't take itself too seriously and has an engaging cast of characters, 'Remember Me?' would make a great selection.
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I found this book to be a fun and entertaining mix of 'Shopaholic' meets 'Bridget Jones.'

This book is a quick and easy read that leaves you with that feel-good feeling at the end. It is fun to re-discover the main character's missing years right along with her, and the journey that she takes in getting there is both humorous and heart-wrenching.

If you're looking for an easy-to-read book that doesn't take itself too seriously and has an engaging cast of characters, 'Remember Me?' would make a great selection.
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I found this book to be a fun and entertaining mix of 'Shopaholic' meets 'Bridget Jones.'

This book is a quick and easy read that leaves you with that feel-good feeling at the end. It is fun to re-discover the main character's missing years right along with her, and the journey that she takes in getting there is both humorous and heart-wrenching.

If you're looking for an easy-to-read book that doesn't take itself too seriously and has an engaging cast of characters, 'Remember Me?' would make a great selection.
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I really enjoyed this book. It was a good fast read.
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Loved, loved, loved this book. A very light and easy read, wonderful feel good story.
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Quick read, keep my interest through out. Interesting story about what happens when all those wishes we've been wishing come true-money, success, fabulous place to live , handsome rich husband.etc. Is this really better than what we've got now?? I also liked the- SPOILER ALERT- way the main character's Dad affected her decisions that changed her life.
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