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By Mrs B on 05-03-18
light hearted romcom
exactly what I needed. easy read. good story arch. the characters were whole without being complicated
By Catherine on 11-02-17
Loved it, frothy but fun and almost as good as her other standalone novels eg undomestic goddess. I enjoyed the narration and the plot.
By beauty babe on 11-23-15
Fabulous, cringe worthy, laugh out loud
Where does I've Got Your Number rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
A favourite, I cringed and laughed all the way to the end.... was sad when it was over
What other book might you compare I've Got Your Number to, and why?
Shopaholic and Can you keep a secret.
Realistic likeable characters, who you turn red in embarrassment with and laugh with.
What does Finty Williams bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
The expressions and comedy timing were genius
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Moved no, crawl up and die with embarrassment yes, laughed at yes....
Any additional comments?
Do not miss out, you will not be disappointed, you won't want this story to end
By Kerry on 06-17-15
A proper love story! Loved every minute. Gutted it's finished but will move onto another one of Sophie's
By Mrs Le P on 04-13-13
Splendid easy read
I love all of SK's books. If you need an escape for a few hours this is a good read - this book is funny!
By H. Firth on 02-21-12
Great Stand Alone , New Novel.
Loved this book, it was so funny it made me cry with laughter. I found the ditzy heroine similar to Shopaholic Becky, but not a shopaholic of course, so she was still unique. This is Sophie Kinsella at her best, and I've Got Your Number, has to be one of her best, stand alone novels. So recommended for fans of chic lit, (what! are blokes books, i.e. gory thrillers and books about football and cars, Shakespeare?), What’s wrong with chic lit?
The heroine physiotherapist, and obsessive people pleaser, Poppy, is about to marry high class, ”genius” Magnus. She looses his family heirloom engagement ring, has her phone stolen, and all with her nuptials imminent! So when she finds a company phone, in a bin, she decides to use that lifeline, after all it was thrown away.
But the phones’ former owners have problems of their own, complicating life still further.
Poppy discovers, Magnus is a man who is more in love with being engaged, than her, and she develops feelings for the owner of the company phone, Sam. In the ensuing chaos, can Poppy sort her life out before its too late?
It was an easy listen, yes a bit obvious in parts, but a great laugh, so five stars to Sophie. Narration by Finty Williams was excellent, would have preferred it unabridged. But I got the book with one audible credit, on the day of release, so it was cheaper than purchasing the new release hardback