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eBook Swimming Pool Sunday and The Tennis Party ePub

by Madeleine. Wickham

  • ISBN: 055277099X
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Madeleine. Wickham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Black Swan (2002)
  • ePub book: 1159 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1968 kb
  • Other: doc mobi mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 100

Description

Swimming Pool Sunday book. The books written under Madeleine Wickham are a completely different style of book compared to Sophie Kinsella books

Swimming Pool Sunday book. The books written under Madeleine Wickham are a completely different style of book compared to Sophie Kinsella books. I think they feel more mature and more of a believable storyline but they do not hold the humour factor which the books by Sophie Kinsella have. Having said this I still have enjoyed both styles of books.

A desirable residence. Swimming pool sunday. This book is a work of fiction and, except in the case of historical fact, any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

Swimming Pool Sunday On a hot May Sunday, the Delaneys open their pool to all the village for charity. i hate the tennis party. i simply adored her other books like twenties girl and the wedding girl. but this book simply put me off from readin her other books. Louise is there with her daughters, ignoring her estranged husband Barnaby as she lies back in the sun and dreams of Cassian, the new man in her life. But suddenly the perfect day is shattered when tragedy strikes. Jan 08, 2014 Zaneta Matuska rated it did not like it.

Madeleine Wickham was born in London and published her first novel, The Tennis Party, while working as a financial journalist. Remember me? Twenties girl. Under the name of Sophie Kinsella she is the author of many number one bestselling novels including the Shopaholic series, now filmed as Confessions of a Shopaholic. She lives in London with her husband and children.

Swimming Pool Sunday: when Everything Changes in an Instant. I already had this book under a different name called the TeNnis Party. Published on January 16, 2016. I've read most of Madeleine Wickham/Sophie Kinsella's books and usually love them. I was not thrilled with this one. It was okay, but as an avid fan of her other writing, this one was a disappointment.

The Tennis Party was immediately hailed as a success by critics and the public .

The Tennis Party was immediately hailed as a success by critics and the public alike and became a top ten best-seller. She went on to publish six more novels as Madeleine Wickham: A Desirable Residence, Swimming Pool Sunday, The Gatecrasher, The Wedding Girl, Cocktails for Three and Sleeping Arrangements. Wickham's first novel under the pseudonym Sophie Kinsella (taken from her middle name and her mother's maiden name) was submitted to her publishers anonymously and was enthusiastically received

Author Madeleine Wickham was born in London on December 12, 1969. She graduated from New College, Oxford and became a financial journalist. She wrote her first novel, The Tennis Party, at the age of 24 while still working as a journalist.

Author Madeleine Wickham was born in London on December 12, 1969. She wrote six more novels as Madeleine Wickham, but no longer writes using her real name. In 1999, she decided to write a novel about a girl with a shopping addiction and decided to write under the pseudonym Sophie Kinsella. The novel, The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic, became the first in the successful Shopaholic series about Becky Bloomwood, who loves.

As Madeleine Wickham she has written seven bestselling novels. Библиографические данные.

The Tennis Party was immediately hailed as a success by critics and the public alike and became a top ten . Wickham's first novel under the pseudonym Sophie Kinsella was submitted to her publishers anonymously and was enthusiastically received. In The Undomestic Goddess, Samantha Sweeting is a lawyer and all her adult life she's had just one ambition. She is desperate to become a partner.

Comments

MarF MarF
I love Madeline Wickham and have read all of her books and all of her Sophie Kinsella books so I had high hopes for these two, they definitely disappointed. The stories drag on and on with Tennis Party being only slightly better than Swimming Pool Sunday but both were snores. I had to force myself to finish them. These are not the usual tone of Wickham's books they are not funny and they are not quick reads. My advice is to avoid them, I wish I had listened to that advice in the other reviews, oh well lesson learned.
Bluddefender Bluddefender
Description stated "great condition"... Far from it. Still readable but chunks of pages fall out if not carful. Should change description to "fair".

Story itself is a good read.