Leaving her old life in Birmingham, Nina moves to the Scottish Highlands in an attempt to pursue her dream. I ended up enjoying it more than I ever thought I would. This is a book for book lovers. Tack till Massolit Förlag för recensionsexemplaret! For me, everything changed when I had to leave my job at an independent bookstore and then when it closed down for good. She nervously upends her life, buys an enormous van and moves to Scotland to run a bookmobile. I mean, just the title The Little Shop of Happy Ever After is lovely. The parts with the ex-wife are ridiculous.
But the label Chick-lit probable puts off a lot of men from reading them and that's a pity. Darcy McCall fällt aus allen Wolken: Ihre Tante Molly hat ihr nicht nur ein millionenschweres Vermögen hinterlassen, sondern auch ein gottverlassenes Stückchen Erde: die kleine Insel Tara vor der irischen Küste. The only parts where she was interesting was when she was trying to change her life and was in the process of moving to rural Scotland to sell books out of a van. You can also Buy Used books, Second hand books at very low rates. Oh well, this book was not meant to be so grounded in reality, so let's move on, shall we? Not a big deal, but it is noticeable. She travels up on a whim to look at a van for sale and a new life starts for her and all the locals in the village.
About EduCreon Complete Online Book Store EduCreon is a complete Online Book Store for all type of readers and students. Unfortunately, the library she works at in Birmingham, England is closing and a huge corporation is taking over with a media center. I will say I like the author's sense of humor and wit in her writing. This book is serious chick lit fluff, you know, a young jobless woman in distress, penniless and desperate to start over after losing her job in a library. There are a few exceptions, of course; The Shadow of the Wind, The Neverending Story, and Inkheart being a few that made me so happy that my heart felt as though surely it would burst. We're supposed to be happy because Nina gets to constantly have sex with her grumpy boyfriend who only reads the occasional agriculture magazine.
And she is not even close to be a reasonable librarian or a book lover. A little too heavy on the love story aspect that made this slightly unrealistic. When I left to give birth it was a huge adjustment to be home all of the time with a baby who wanted to eat nonstop and would only sleep in my arms. . I enjoyed it and am looking forward to reading more books by her. I came across Jenny Colgan's work through the pages of a Rosie Hopkins story and I was hooked. Personally, I thought that idea of a young and almost out of work woman picking up her life to run a mobile bookshop in a village in Scotland sounded like an idyllic read for a bit of nighttime reading.
So begins an adventure which sees Nina become the person she has always wanted to be and I was with her every second enjoying seeing a timid, shy girl who was often unsure of herself transform in to a confident young woman who makes a go of a business whilst indulging her passion for books. This passage will tell you who Nina is. Those of you who have read this, I hope you liked my pun there! Och hur ska en bok utan lunnefågeln Neil funka? Nina loves to read and she buys a van and transforms it into a traveling bookstore. She takes a risk, moving to Scotland and creates her dream job. Light, predictable, and funny in parts; the writing is not bad, but there is absolutely no depth or subtlety in the storytelling or the character development. Light, predictable, and funny in parts; the writing is not bad, but there is absolutely no depth or subtlety in the storytelling or the character development.
So, love will out, everyone wins, kisses are fine. Quite a drama it was, for sure. Doch erstens ist sie eine absolute Chaotin und zweitens hat sie nicht mit den Hürden der Bürokratie gerechnet. I wanted more books, less sappy romantic plot lines. I wanted more books, less sappy romantic plot lines. It is the story of Nina, a Librarian who is made redundant from her job in Birmingham, who starts a new life for herself by buying a van in Scotland and transforming it into a mobile bookshop. Her book recommendations, even when absurdly personal to the point of being potentially insulting, all turn out better than normal.
A little too heavy on the love story aspect that made this slightly unrealistic. Her new business is thriving and she is surrounded by close friends, even if her cupcake colleagues Pearl and Caroline aren't quite as upbeat about the upcoming season of snow and merriment. I really didn't like this book. You are a fabulous reader. The cover works perfectly with the title, but neither works with the storyline. Nina Redmond is a It is definitely a book about books - and hunky Scottish men in kilts - and becoming everything you ever wanted to become if you can take the risk, and just buy the damn van, move to Scotland and get on with The Little Shop of Happy Ever After.
It is the story of Nina, a Librarian who is made redundant from her job in Birmingham, who starts a new life for herself by buying a van in Scotland and transforming it into a mobile bookshop. A hot Latvian train driver called Marek is thrown in for a bit of exoticism — and serves to demonstrate that Colgan does not restrict her stereotyping to Scotland. Als sie ihren ungeliebten Schreibtischjob verliert, beschließt Issy daher ihren Lebenstraum zu verwirklichen: ein eigenes Café. And your life might turn out full of regrets. The best possible kind of best friend.
For me, everything changed when I had to leave my job at an independent bookstore and then when it closed down for good. Despite apparently having been around the block a time or two and in her 30s, Nina seems more naive and childish than I was as a 23 year old virgin bride. But when her beloved library closes and she's suddenly out of a job, Nina has no idea what to do next. Probably a five star thrill. Our Main Motivation is to encourage readers to use Used Books and second hand books. Side note--I think a different book name would suit it better : 4.
Okay, so you get The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan, and then you get: The Storied Life of A. Now Enjoy Used Books and Second hand Books at Very cheap Price at your door steps. The Little Shop of Happy Ever After turned out to be such a happy little surprise! Then an advert catches her eye: she could be the owner of a tiny little bookshop bus, driving around the Scottish highlands. While selling her books, she is able to match the perfect book with each customer. But, the journey is fraught with setbacks, adjustments, and a flood of personal turmoil as she settles into a small Scottish community and begins spreading the love of books and reading with the folks who live there. Genau die richtige Kur für ein leeres Konto und ein gebrochenes Herz. And she loses the apartment but her best friend moves into it.