[PDF/EBOOK] Ralph's party ✓ Lisa Jewell


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  1. says:

    EXCERPT Ralph barely noticed Jem the first time he saw her He was arguing with his girlfriend Claudia sitting at his desk cradling the phone under his chin as he carelessly pulled elastic bands into tight ligatures around his wrists in an ap

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    What was I thinking? AaaghI should have read the signsWarning Sign no 1 the price dropped from about two pounds

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    OMG OMG these characters are REVOLTING PEOPLE the lot of them I’d like to have them all written into a serial ki

  4. says:

    Lisa Jewell is a really good writer and I was surprised when I realised I hadn't read her first book the cover is simple but perfect for the

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    I really don't have much to say about this book which is probably a good thing because if I did it wouldn't be positiveJem was insipid dull and had terrible taste in menRalph had boundary issues that bordered on obsessive stalkingSmith started out reasonable and then turned into not just an asshole but a clingy assholeCheri was a flat out bitchBasically I found it to be a blah book full of horrible character

  6. says:

    I was amazed I really enjoyed this book I am not a lover of chicklit at all but becuase of illness that means my attention s

  7. says:

    I have lost count how many times I have read 'Ralph's Party' I am now on my third copy its one of my favourite books I love all the characters apart from Smith they are realistic and well written I have always had a kinship with Siob

  8. says:

    This was Lisa Jewell's debut novel and thankfully not my first introduction to the enormously talented Jewell Her other books that I've read so far are intricate well paced and absorbing with well developed characters And then there's this book profanity laced full of way too many coincidences and cringe worth

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    I made a bad mistake in buying prompted by and staring to read this bookI'd finished the first part of Parade's End a wonderful but sometimes demanding read and I thought that I'd uickly read this contemporary novel set in South London where I live But I've given up after reading 10% It's shallow and uninteresting driveling on ab

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    LOVE THIS BOOK It's funny it's such an easy read and so uirky Loved the characters I found them delightful and so true to real life refreshing

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Ralph's party

Meet the residents of 31 Almanac Road in a romantic engrossing novel that takes you up the garden path through the front door and into the most intimate parts of other people's livesRalph and Smith are best friends Until they fall for Jem. EXCERPT Ralph barely noticed Jem the first time he saw her He was arguing with his girlfriend Claudia sitting at his desk cradling the phone under his chin as he carelessly pulled elastic bands into tight ligatures around his wrists in an apparently subconscious attempt to cut off his blood supply and end the painful predictability of it all ABOUT THIS BOOK Meet the residents of the London brownstone on 31 Almanac Road who together weave a tangled web of romance Ralph a ne er do well artist suddenly realizes

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Le in the top flat She's got her eye on Karl and she isn't about to let his fat girlfriend stand in the waySooner or later it's all got to come to a head and what better place for tears and laughter break ups and make ups than Ralph's par. I have lost count how many times I have read Ralph s Party I am now on my third copy its one of my favourite books I love all the characters apart from Smith they are realistic and well written I have always had a kinship with Siobhan for various reasons and I love how she changes in the book its a positive change and its nice to read Ralph and Jemima are both memorable characters they are so similar in so many ways and they do not see it you want them to be together Smith is somewhat of an annoying charact

REVIEW ä STATIONROADSURGERYWIGSTON.CO.UK ✓ Lisa Jewell

Ima their new flatmate Jem knows one of them's the man for her but which oneKarl and Siobhan live in the flat above Happily unmarried for fifteen years it looks as if nothing can spoil their domestic idyllExcept maybe Cheri the femme fata. I really don t have much to say about this book which is probably a good thing because if I did it wouldn t be positiveJem was insipid dull and had terrible taste in menRalph had boundary issues that bordered on obsessive stalkingSmith started out reasonable and then turned into not just an asshole but a clingy assholeCheri was a flat out bitchBasically I found it to be a blah book full of horrible characters I m glad it wasn t my first experience with Lisa Jewell because I ve previously enjoyed a few of her

  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Ralph's party
  • Lisa Jewell
  • English
  • 11 March 2019
  • 9780140279276

About the Author: Lisa Jewell

Lisa was born in London in 1968 Her mother was a secretary and her father was a textile agent and she was brought up in the northernmost reaches of London with her two younger sisters She was educated at a Catholic girls’ Grammar school in Finchley After leaving school at sixteen she spent two years at Barnet College doing an arts foundation course and then two years at Epsom School of Art & De