Ever since she was a small child, she gets flashes of things that will happen in the future, to herself or to people around her. I enjoyed the friendship interactions, specifically between Charlene and Jo diametrically opposite characters, but friends nonetheless. Unobtrusive, but added a new layer that created a unique premise. Ever since Cassandra was a little girl, she's had a remarkable psychic gift. A opportunity for you at the cost of someone elses happiness is a hard decision to make. You see, the thing is. It's fun, it's engaging and readily readable I read this one in a day , and it seems to be prolific in the marketplace at present.
La storia è piuttosto insipida e i personaggi sono poco dettagliati, per non parlare del finale che è decisamente inconcludente e troppo sbrigativo. She enjoys her job, for the most part, and she has great friends, Charlene and Jo, who have been her buddies since childhood. Because she doesn't want them to feel bad or get angry or whatever. I thought the plot would have some funny moments, but if there were any, I missed them. Cassandra doesn't have a clue. Over all a nice book, nice characters and of course a happy ending : nice light read, but i do think the protagonist's problems stem not from being psychic but from being a doormat.
But she can't see diddly about her own romantic intentions. Is th Cass has had a psychic gift since she was little. She is a washed up shadow of a character, even after 400something pages written in the 1st person! I Never Fancied Him Anyway is already in the works as a prime motion photograph from the manufacturer of The Devil Wears Prada and P. I Never Fancied Him Anyway didn't deliver. .
All overseas shipping is via Airmail. Bookseller: , South Yorkshire, United Kingdom Transworld Ireland. Her friends are a hoot. As if - we all got the clues immediately that Charlene was merely chasing the man while he was trying to let her down gently. Carroll undermined the authenticity of her psyc Is it my selective bias, or is there a trend for this sort of writing from Irish women? She is a procrastinator, so that just bugged me since I am not one. Unobtrusive, but added a new layer that created a unique premise. Cassandra can see the future with 100% accuracy.
Don´t get me wrong she loves her job she´s just a bit loopy. She also has great support characters around her in the book. I love the premise of this book, and actually enjoyed reading it, for the most part. One little reader nuisance: book needs more editing, too m All in all, this was the perfect weekend beach read. She is a procrastinator, so that just bugged me since I am not one. Sometimes having a gift isn't a gift at all! I wavered between two and three stars it was my Valentine's Day read this year and I'm feeling generous and I'll tell you why. Cassandra doesn't have a clue.
Oh and the male friend Marc with a C. I think this would be a really great movie. Carroll undermined the authenticity of her psychic heroine by too many throwaway references to astrology, and intro-ing each chapter with a tarot card summary just because someone has perceptual abilities doees not necessarily mean that they embrace 'new age' trends and 'mystical' paraphernalia across the board. Which moves story along quickly. The protagonist Cassie is a lukewarm character: everybody loves her, she is described as pretty, and yet she doesn't have any character, substance. Bookseller: , South Yorkshire, United Kingdom Transworld Ireland. Let's face it, it's not exactly the usual career choice a girl might make, now is it? Extremely dated, the author refers to pop personalities which have long lost their luster, such as referring to the slimy Simon Cowell as metrosexual.
When we meet her next she's earning her living writing a psychic agony column for Tattle, a Dublin gossip magazine. Cassie, or Cassandra, has never been really, really in love, or that is at least the catchphrase she tends to use when she b This is a somewhat typical chic lit book, but with a twist that does set it apart a little bit: The female protagonist, Cassie, is psychic. Also, I love t A lot of laugh out loud moments. Bookseller: , South Yorkshire, United Kingdom Transworld Ireland, 2008. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. I just finished it, and enjoyed it very much.
I love this book, it is a wonderful book mostly about friendship and of course some love for good measure. So all in all, not a new read, nor really interesting, but light. But Cassandra, being a kind-hearted soul, -. Claudia Carroll falls short of Marian Keyes and Cecilia Ahern here, but the book is in that vein, full of mouthy women with lively friends who manage to get together frequently for sparkling banter and excessive alcohol or caffeine. Her character was just too much! Is true love or outrageous catastrophe right around the corner? Regardless, not my favorite book. M decent single man Y. The humor and wit in this book comes at the reader non-stop.
Almost thirty she has been extremely successful at seeing glimpses of the future for over two decades. I didn't care much for the 'Tipsy Queen', i found her attitude and look on life as pretty sad. The humor and wit in this book comes at the reader non-stop. Well, let's face it, it's not exactly a career choice you might make, now is it? Charlene was an awful character, and I still don't understand why Cassie and Jo stayed friends with her. Magazines, television programs, and documentaries all want a piece of her. It's all witty fun, but with occasional icky touches, like Carroll's tendency to refer to 'the Queen' and generally carry on as if Ireland is a suburb of Essex.
I didn't think the title was relevant. I really liked this book. I found myself getting irritated by the disregard of responsibility by the protagonist. Now a successful columnist for a weekly magazine, she predicts the future with uncanny precision. Almost everything that came out of her mouth was ridiculously shallow. Not big on swearing or gay characters.