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Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination
Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination | Helen Fielding
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At the close of the last millennium, Helen Fielding debuted the irrepressible (and blockbuster-bestselling) Bridget Jones. Now, Fielding gives us a sensational new heroine for a new era...Move over 007, a stunning, sexy-and decidedly female-new player has entered the world of international espionage. Her name is Olivia Joules (thats "J.O.U.L.E.S. the unit of kinetic energy") and she's ready to take America by storm with charm, style, and her infamous Overactive Imagination. How could a girl not be drawn to the alluring, powerful Pierre Ferramo-he of the hooded eyes, impeccable taste, unimaginable wealth, exotic international homes, and dubious French accent? Could Ferramo really be a major terrorist bent on the Western worlds destruction, hiding behind a smokescreen of fine wines, yachts, and actresses slash models? Or is it all just a product of Olivia Jouless overactive imagination? Join Olivia in her heart-stopping, hilarious, nerve-frazzling quest from hip hotel to eco-lodge to underwater cave, by light aircraft, speedboat, helicopter, and horse, in this witty, contemporary, and utterly unputdownable novel deluxe.
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writeropolis
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Olivia is a more fully functioning human being, having had to grow up at a very young age due to a family tragedy – unlike Bridget Jones, Ms. Fielding‘s most famous heroine, who seemed to make stumbling through her thirties endearing. Full review here: https://wp.me/pdCe8K-2g #amreading #bookworm #bibliophile #bookish #booknerdigans #bookblogger #tsundoku #greatreads #readmorebooks #coolgirlsread

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TheEllieMo
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Preciouz29
Mehso-so

Overall rather enjoyable, but I do wish I found her less annoying. It‘s rather grating when someone who so clearly has an overactive imagination is proven correct.

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AngieAvers
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Did you love Bridget Jones' Diary? Olivia is a young woman figuring to make her way. She has a fiesty determination to rise above her circumstances. Sometimes she gets in over her head. If only her editor would assign her something more important. You won't believe what she gets herself into.