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    The little bookshop of Lonely Hearts

    One of the best stories I have read for a long timd certai ly made me laught out loud. Making me smie just to think about it now!
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    Read All About It...

    2.5 Stars This is pretty much standard chick lit fare; unfortunately the ending is so flagged up in the first few chapters it becomes an exercise in how long it will take the characters to realise. As you can imagine I found this somewhat frustrating and I did find it a bit of a chore to get to the end if I'm being honest. This is a shame as the setting is charming and the characters themselves aren't actually too bad, the writing flowed well and gave a good insight in to the characters and the location. What let the book down was the plotting, too much was given away far too soon - whilst we all know how a book of this genre is going to ultimately end it should be fun getting there. The best thing for me was the setting. It did give a severe case of the guilts though as I am a firm e-reader addict and this mean my support of bookshops has fallen drastically by the wayside. Although I have to admit if Happy After After (shouldn't that have been HappILY After After by the by) really did exist I could see myself frequenting it. Maybe not on a weekly basis but certainly every couple of months or so and NOT for the Regency Romance section thats for sure. The main character of Posy is a little bit of a puzzling person who definitely seems to lack a backbone and I did wonder what the rather incredible sounding Lavinia saw in her. Turns out Lavinia may have been right and I may have been wrong but I get the feeling I would have itched to slap Posy for her constant belittlement of herself and inability to stand up to Sebastian. She is clearly strong as she has brought up her brother after her parents untimely death but she is such a milksop. I would struggle to recommend this book to friends though unless I knew that they were big fans of the genre. Even then it would come with caveats. It isn't a bad book but it isn't a great exponent of what should be light breezy and fun to read.
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    The Little Bookshop of Lonely Hearts is an ode to

    3.5* The Little Bookshop of Lonely Hearts is an ode to the lovers romances. It may not have the best of stories, but it definitely pleases someone like me, a hopeless romantic and a fan of happy endings – even if just because of several references made about to books and authors that are well known and loved in the genre. Several times during my time reading this book, I saw myself re-reading a quote just because it exemplified my love for romances so well. Yes, they have happy endings. Yes, they may not be the most important piece of literature out there. But that doesn’t mean they are no good. “Each book promised their reader that, no matter what trials and torments their life gave them, there were still happy endings in the future” (my translation from the Portuguese edition – I couldn’t find the quote in the original). Of course we know life is not like that. So many critique romances readers because they see us as living in a pink world (with love and happiness glasses maybe), where everything can be fixed. Oh, how wrong they are. Back to the book. It’s true that this book, to fit the criteria above mentioned, has a happy ending. But what gave me more pleasure wasn’t reading the romantic part. It was seeing how each character dealt with the death of a loved one, how they reacted when memories just kept showing up every time they moved. And the way they all tried to keep the Lavinia’s bookshop floating, and with love stories on top of that! What a pleasure it would be to go there! I would probably leave with my pockets completely empty. Sebastian wasn’t my favourite character – correction, our world Sebastian wasn’t my favourite character. If you read the book, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Posy sometimes became a bit annoying, but it was overcome and redeemed with her voracity and will to fight, which she shared with those around her. The best characters where the other employees in the bookshop. I hope to read more about them in the upcoming books. Above all, I enjoyed the interaction between the several characters and how they reacted. How they were so different among themselves and yet bonded so well and created lasting friendships. The book itself isn’t anything out of this world, but it gains some points by the way the author expresses her love for the love stories that warm our hearts. I can’t wait to read the next books and find more relatable quotes and references like the ones I found in this book.
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    Bookshop tale

    I love the way 2 people have different views on what to do with the old bookshop. it made me laugh at tmes when posy and sebastian were bickering about what to call it. i loved it and i would recommend it.
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    Entertaining

    Loved this book! Posey is a lovely strong character, struggling to face the ghosts of her past so she can better move forward and achieve her dreams. Sebastian is a certain and spoilt character, used to getting his own way. When ideas about what to do with the bookshop clash, humor ensues. A delightful read filled with emotion and challenges.
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