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ISBN:
0007462255
ISBN13:
978-0007462254
Author:
Freya North
Publisher:
Harper (June 1, 2012)
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1364 kb
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1982 kb
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Rating:
4.8

Cat Fen Pip Freya North. This novel is entirely a work of fiction.

Cat Fen Pip Freya North. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or localities is entirely coincidental. Cat mccabe and the tour de france.

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I just finished rumors. I loved it! I bought the book while I was visiting Greece this summer. Thank you for a great read!! Eileen Toye. 29 June at 12:04 any news would b. .PagesPublic figureAuthorFreya NorthPosts.

Freya North (born 21 November 1967) is a British writer, active since 1996, and one of the precursors of chick lit. Her novels, which have been critical and financial successes. Her novels, which have been critical and financial successes, centre on strong female characters and their raunchy exploits.

Includes an extract from The Way Back Home CAT is in for the ride of her life. PIP makes a living clowning for children's parties and hospital wards, so when she meets a sophisticated high-flying exec, it seems like they have nothing in common. In HOME TRUTHS, Freya North reunites her popular McCabe girls.

Freya North (born November 21 1967) is a British author. Her novels centre around strong female characters and their raunchy exploits. One of the precursors of Chick lit, her books have been critical and financial successes

Freya North (born November 21 1967) is a British author. One of the precursors of Chick lit, her books have been critical and financial successes. Top agent Jonathan Lloyd at Curtis Brown Ltd put the novel into a 5 publisher bidding war which resulted in a three book deal for a six-figure sum. "Sally" was published in 1996.

Read Pip, by Freya North online on Bookmate – NEW on ebook for the first time with NEW author afterword. Do opposites really attract? It may seem odd to many, but stripy tights, pigtails and a gift t. NEW on ebook for the first time with NEW author afterword. Do opposites really attract? It may seem odd to many, but stripy tights, pigtails and a gift to make kids laugh – whether at parties or on children's wards – make Pip McCabe happy. For her, clowning is a serious business.

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This novel is entirely a work of fiction.

It may seem odd to many, but stripy tights, pigtails and a gift to make kids laugh - whether at parties or on children's wards - make Pip McCabe happy. For her, clowning is a serious business. It's just a shame her family and friends don't buy it.High-flyer Zac Holmes - with his fabulous flat, sophisticated charm and grown-up life - couldn't be more different from laid-back Pip.However, against a lively backdrop of parks, parties, hospitals and hotels, the misfits realize they have more in common than they originally thought.Will either of them own up?

Reviews:
  • Walan
I loved Pip. I loved her, and I could see her.
Sometimes Freya North may have a few issues with character development, but this book was not the case. This was Freya North at her best.
The plot was fun, the characters sweet, there was growth, understanding, steamy romance, a bit of drama, peeps on Pip's sisters, and so much fun.
I wanted to learn more about Pip as I read about Fen and Cat, and the wait was worth it.
This is a good example of chick lit, where characters are flawed, but there's growth; where mistakes are made, and efforts have to be done to make up for faults. Pip is great, and every character's issues are understandable and well resolved. The only thing I couldn't really come to terms with was the exwife; who's that nice? But I'll let it go. Because Pip made me like Pip so much, I can let go of small tidbits.
  • Vispel
Freya North is one of my all time favourite authors. I have read every single one of her books at least once and have enjoyed them all. Some of them take a little while to get into but not "Pip". "Pip" throws you straight into the action, introducing you to the major characters and immediately pointing out everyone's quirks.

Alongside the three sisters, Pip, Fen and Cat, there's Django. I really think Django deserves a book to himself. He is such a well drawn character who fits in well with the sisters. I like how the author writes not only from Pip's point of view but also from the main male's viewpoint. The life between Zac, his ex and his child is nearly as interesting as Pip's.

As always, the plot is well thought out and structured. The writing flows almost effortless from one page to the next and you are drawn into a sort of trance between reality and the world which North has created.

Finally, there's Pip's career. The kind of career that only the best of author's could write into a book without making it seem daft and unbelievable.

5/5 Stars, a must read (I have done twice).

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