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Return to Book Page. When she proposed and discovered her boyfriend was sleeping with someone else — she thought it was her fault. When she realised life would never be the same again — she thought it was her fault. And when he wanted her back like nothing had changed — Delia started to wonder if perhaps she was not to blame… From Newcastle to London and back again, with dodgy jobs, eccentric bosses and annoyingly handsome journalists thrown in, Delia must find out where her old self went — and if she can ever get her back.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 05, Helene Jeppesen rated it liked it. Nice and cute story about Delia who goes through some heart-breaking events in life and is forced to change direction and make some choices.
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I wouldn't say that this novel was absolutely mind-blowing, but it was definitely interesting, relaxing and at times quite funny. I was expecting a chick-lit novel, and that was exactly what I got.
Still, I loved how this Nice and cute story about Delia who goes through some heart-breaking events in life and is forced to change direction and make some choices. Still, I loved how this story mingles Delia's life with cartoonish art and a parallel storyline that went really well with the story. I would say that this is a great book for when you need a relaxing read that will make you feel good and put a smile on your face.
But I wouldn't even want to buck the trend if I could. These books are such a high point, things to look forward to with indecent impatience, the Christmas dinner of my reading year. I always love a Mhairi heroine and wish she was my best friend but Delia was just too perfect. I want her to cook for me, I want her wardrobe, I want to drink wine and discuss storyboards with her. I think that not a small amount of Mhairi's success is down to just that - writing amazing women that other women want to be friends with writing amazing men too Adam [and even Paul, to an extent] being particularly enthralling here.
And of course Mhairi's just hilarious. Reading this book I laughed so hard I almost dropped my Kindle in the bath therefore reading this book in the bath not recommended. I laughed so hard reading whilst lunching at my desk that I misted a colleague with a light spray of semi-chewed jacket potato and she laughed too when I showed her the offending passage, so that's all okay. As a recovering Londoner myself I love the sharpness with which she catches the Big Smoke, but as with her other books, Mhairi makes me want to see more of GB, in this case Newcastle which sounds delightful.
Anything more I say will no doubt just be echoed in the hundreds and hundreds of 5 star reviews that will avalanche when this gem is released. I already want to read it again. View all 3 comments.
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Apr 25, Melinda rated it it was ok. There are books you read because they widen your horizons or make you think of things in a new light. Then, there are books you read because you want something dependable--you know how things are going to turn out and that's just a-okay. It's Not Me, It's You definitely falls into the latter group. The basis of this book is not unusual: Young woman's life is turned upside down by a cheatin' boyfriend, of course and heads off to the big city where her world is opened up and she realizes her own There are books you read because they widen your horizons or make you think of things in a new light.
The basis of this book is not unusual: Young woman's life is turned upside down by a cheatin' boyfriend, of course and heads off to the big city where her world is opened up and she realizes her own strength. Obviously, this formula works as it is a common trope in Contemporary Fiction.
Because of that, I can't fault this book for being predictable. I think I would have been disappointed if the book did not follow the expected path. There is something comfortable about reading a book where you know what is going to happen--I don't want that for every book that I read, but it is nice from time to time. I say all this because a predictable plot is not my issue with this book.
Frankly, this book was a good pages too long and with 1 or 2 too many plots. We have 3 major arcs here--Delia and her cheating boyfriend, Delia and her amoral boss and the journalist who wants to bring him down, and Delia and her internet Troll who becomes her friend. Any one of these plots on their own could have been a book, but McFarlane tries to weave all three into one narrative. The problem is that she doesn't really do so in a way that three plots work together.
Instead, it seems like she deals with plot A for a few chapters and then drops it for plot B, drops plot B for a nod towards plot C, and then back to plot B until it is time to go to plot A. Because of this, I found it hard to get tied into any of the arcs she has going. I also felt that she dragged things on too long. By the time that I got to that last part of the book, I just didn't care any more.http://trollfactor.com/miw-spy-on-galaxy.php
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I also felt that one of the plots mentioned above no spoiler At the start of the book, it was by far the most interesting plot, but McFarlane never develops it from its initial burst and it left me feeling confused as to why, if she wasn't going to follow it through, why she would bother to include it. I was hoping for a fun, frivolous read with this book, but instead, I was left scratching my head and wishing the author had done a few more rounds of editing and re-writing before publishing this.
I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review. I received no other compensation for this post. View 2 comments. I really loved it. My trusted GR reviewers had raved about this one, and they were absolutely correct. It delivered and easily exceeded expectations.
It starts off running when the main character, Delia, finds out her life-mate of 10 years has been having an affair. From there the author takes you on a delightful, heartfelt journey that travels though all ki 4. From there the author takes you on a delightful, heartfelt journey that travels though all kinds of witty and sarcastic places.
I love how she included so many subplots and touched on all the things that make life complex instead of just focusing on a romance plot. Because in real life we can't put everything else on pause to fix one issue, no matter how significant it may be. The subplots are what really made this stand out from what could have otherwise been a generic rom-com. The story also covers change moving and the awkwardness of a new job , and drives home the importance of going after the life that you truly want instead of lazily staying in the one that has happened to form around you.
I also enjoyed the point on pets being family and valuing those precious friendships human where the person has become more like family to you. Really enjoyed this one and loved the author's quotable prose and realistically flawed characters. Top all of this off with a memorable love letter to rival Jane Austen and I'm an instant fan. I'll definitely be looking for more of her books in the future.
It was like Metroyshka dolls, lies inside lies inside lies. First Sentence: Ann clomped over in her King Kong slippers, with a yoghurt, a spoon and a really annoyed expression. Oct 30, Book Addict Shaun rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was my first read from Mhairi McFarlane but I was very excited given how highly fellow bloggers speak of her work. A book of that length has to be really good for me to invest my time, and actually time just flew by as I was reading this book, so engrossed was I in the world and characters that McFarlane has created.
It's always a sign that you are onto a winner when you are laughing from the very first page. Very rarely does a book make This was my first read from Mhairi McFarlane but I was very excited given how highly fellow bloggers speak of her work. Very rarely does a book make me actually laugh out loud but I did with this one many times. It's a seriously funny read at times, but also one that touches on some emotional and serious subjects as well. Also, the humour is believable and not that ridiculous, over the top silliness you often get in this genre.
It's the perfect pick me up, and I really looked forward to my spare time so that I could continue reading this book. From the beginning it was clear that McFarlane has a unique and original voice in chick lit. In what is an incredibly crowded genre I look for authors who are exciting and can stand out from the crowd. McFarlane is one of those authors and I just loved her writing. I will be abandoning the review TBR to check out her earlier books as soon as possible.