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Who's That Girl?

Narrated by: Rachel Babbage
Length: 13 hrs and 11 mins
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Publisher's Summary

If only you knew then what you know now....

Imagine if you could go back 10 years and meet your younger self - would you recognise her? And what advice would you give? Wear sunscreen? Back away from those PVC trousers? Don’t give that idiot your phone number? Lemon juice won't bleach your hair - it just attracts wasps.... He's the one - don't let him go! For Charlotte Merryweather, there's no need to imagine. She's about to find out for real. With surprising consequences....

Alexandra Potter's deliciously funny and enchanting romantic comedy looks at life, love, and what might happen if you could turn back time.

©2009 Alexandra Potter (P)2009 ISIS Publishing Ltd

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  • Helen
  • 11-07-2012

Excellent story line

Would you consider the audio edition of Who's That Girl? to be better than the print version?

Yes the narrator makes all the difference, she brings the characters to life

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More from this Author please, she has written several books and I would love to listen to them all

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  • Lie Back & Listen
  • 10-01-2013

Easy listening

A little bit predictable & I found the narrative a little disjointed - however it was fairly easy late night listening & it did make me reminisce & remember where I was & what I was doing 10 years ago!

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  • honeybee
  • 08-11-2012

chick-lit with a twist

very light-hearted read this is simple chick-lit. Good narrator who really bought the story to life.

however, the time travel is almost secondly to the story in parts and doesn't push any boundaries in terms of major changes, or changing past regrets in Charlotte's past (for instance: think - going back in time to change your fashion sense, not change your life).

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  • abdx
  • 06-05-2020

Wanted to enjoy it more than I did

I really enjoy the quirkiness, pace and great story telling of Alexandra Potter books and anticipated that this would be the same as her other great reads - but sadly it wasn't.
The story lacked the excitement of some of her other work and took ages to hit an interesting story line ; although this could have been overlooked if the narration hadn't been so awful.
Instead of a a 31year old chic PR Exec , the narrator made Charlotte Merryweather sound like a middle aged bore - not at all the smart, interesting, funny but flawed heroines of AP’s other work. The accents of some of the other characters was just truly cheesy .
As a book to read its probably not bad at all,- but as an audiobook with that narration its just dull and lacking the author’s usual sparkle.