- Description from Goodreads.com
Whenever I'm in a reading slump, I turn to Sophie Kinsella. Her books never fail to crack me up and this one was no exception. Remember Me? is a fun book with enough charm to grip you until the very end. If you've read some of Kinsella's previous novels, you'll notice some of the same characteristics in this book: financial sub-plot, hilarious and quirky main character, guys, and a giant obstacle the main character has to overcome. But even with all these similar attributes, Kinsella is still able to keep things fresh. This time, she brings out the old amnesia storyline. With Lexi having absolutely no clue about her life, ridiculous antics are sure to follow. And they do, progressing the story wickedly fast.
The only thing I had qualms about was the financial sub-plot in this one. I would have liked to see some follow-up about that and also, a bit more information as to how all that would actually benefit her in the end. (Highlight to see minor spoiler). And I'm just wondering: did her friends give up their jobs to work for her? That seems so...optimistic. I mean, they don't necessarily know what's going to come next, right? So ditching a stable job for something uncertain seems a bit silly.
In short, Remember Me? was a delightful read sure to please old and new Kinsella fans. Everything that's familiar about Sophie Kinsella is included here, along with a fresh storyline and some important lessons to take away. Absolutely hilarious, if you're looking for enjoyment, look no further!