És Capaz de Guardar um Segredo?

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  • Title: És Capaz de Guardar um Segredo?
  • Author: Sophie Kinsella
  • ISBN: 9789722028660
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • Emma uma rapariga como outra qualquer Tem os seus pequenos segredos Da m e Perdi a virgindade no quarto de h spedes, com o Danny Nussbaum, enquanto a minha m e e o meu pai estavam no andar de baixo a ver o Ben Hur Do namorado Peso 59 quilos em vez de 53, como pensa o meu namorado Sempre achei que o Connor se parece um bocado com o Ken O Ken da Barbie DaEmma uma rapariga como outra qualquer Tem os seus pequenos segredos Da m e Perdi a virgindade no quarto de h spedes, com o Danny Nussbaum, enquanto a minha m e e o meu pai estavam no andar de baixo a ver o Ben Hur Do namorado Peso 59 quilos em vez de 53, como pensa o meu namorado Sempre achei que o Connor se parece um bocado com o Ken O Ken da Barbie Das Colegas Quando a minha colega Artemis me irrita, deito sumo de laranja na planta dela O que acontece praticamente todos os dias Fui eu quem encravou a fotocopiadora, naquele dia E em todos os outros tamb m Segredos que n o partilha com mais ningu m neste mundo As cuecas de fio dental magoam me Flasifiquei a nota de matem tica no meu CV N o fa o a mais pequena ideia do que significa a sigla NATO Nem sequer sei o que at ao dia em que os confessa tudo a um estranho num avi o Pelo menos, pensava que era um estranho

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  • Sophie Kinsella

    Sophie Kinsella has sold over 40 million copies of her books in than 60 countries, and she has been translated into over 40 languages.Sophie Kinsella first hit the UK bestseller lists in September 2000 with her first novel in the Shopaholic series The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic The book s heroine, Becky Bloomwood a fun and feisty financial journalist who loves shopping but is hopeless with money captured the hearts of readers worldwide Becky has since featured in seven further bestselling books, Shopaholic Abroad also published as Shopaholic Takes Manhattan , Shopaholic Ties the Knot, Shopaholic Sister, Shopaholic Baby, Mini Shopaholic, Shopaholic to the Stars and Shopaholic to the Rescue Becky Bloomwood came to the big screen in 2009 with the hit Disney movie Confessions of a Shopaholic, starring Isla Fisher and Hugh Dancy.Sophie has also written seven standalone novels which have all been bestsellers in the UK, USA and other countries around the world Can You Keep A Secret , The Undomestic Goddess, Remember Me , Twenties Girl, I ve Got Your Number, Wedding Night, and My Not So Perfect Life, which was a Choice Awards finalist for Best Fiction in 2017 In 2014 she published a Young Adult novel Finding Audrey about a teenage girl with social anxiety and her madcap family, and in January 2018, Sophie published her first illustrated book for young readers about the charming adventures of a mother daughter fairy duo, Mummy Fairy and Me also published as Fairy Mom and Me.Sophie s latest novel, Surprise Me, published in February 2018, presents a humorous yet moving portrait of a marriage its intricacies, comforts, and complications Surprise Me reveals that hidden layers in a close relationship are often yet to be discovered.Sophie wrote her first novel under her real name, Madeleine Wickham, at the tender age of 24, whilst she was working as a financial journalist The Tennis Party was immediately hailed as a success by critics and the public alike and became a top ten bestseller She went on to publish six novels as Madeleine Wickham A Desirable Residence, Swimming Pool Sunday, The Gatecrasher, The Wedding Girl, Cocktails for Three and Sleeping Arrangements.Sophie was born in London She studied music at New College, Oxford, but after a year switched to Politics, Philosophy and Economics She now lives in London, UK, with her husband and family.Visit Sophie s Facebook page facebook SophieKinsellSeries Shopaholic


  • don't read this in publiccially if you're by yourselfis book has been on my wishlist for years (apparently it was earning rave reviews from readers online) and yet everytime i come across this at bookstores i'd tell myself to postpone buying it since it had many copies on shelf. i never even bothered leafing through it. but one day i just decided to actually read its back cover and see what all the hoopla's aboutd then i saw the line, " Secrets she wouldn't share with anyone in the world: I have [...]

  • This was so funny and cute! It didn't blow me away, but I was in the mood for a rom-com style read and that's exactly what this was! Definitely looking forward to reading more Sophie Kinsella when I need something lighthearted and fun.

  • SoI really wanted to dislike this book. I was determined not to allow myself to be one of "those girls." You knowe ones who plan ladies night out to watch Sex and the City. I've never had a desire to read Bridget Jones' Diary or The Devil Wears Prada (although I do hate to admit that I actually liked Devil as a movie) I mean, it's Chick Lit. Fluff without the smut. What fun is that?Turns out, it's more fun than I was expecting. The book started out in such a way that I was expecting to give up b [...]

  • Goal: Read a light book and laugh my ass off.Result: Read a stupid book that made me want to cut it into little pieces.Overall Goal: Happiness.Overall Result: A sh*tty headache.All my friends gave Can You Keep A Secret? a high score, all of them loved it, all of them asked me to read it.So I did.Yep. And I ended up having a headache. Literally. Mrs. Kinsella you owe me a pack of meds and a nice foot massage.So why did all my friends love this book and I didn’t? I have no idea, to tell you the [...]

  • Two point five-ish stars ^^Quirky, hilarious read about a 25 year old clumsy, silly, awkward Emma who is always caught in the most embarrassing situations and thinking she’s probably not yet embarrassed enough, spewed out every single one of her deepest, darkest most embarrassing secrets to a stranger on a plane when she thought they were going to die during a violent turbulence. The horrific result: strange man isn’t a stranger after all. LMAO!While I wasn’t a fan of Emma (and of any othe [...]

  • This was such a fun and entertaining book! I laughed out loud multiple times and I also cringed several times because of how embarrassed I was for Emma.My only problem with this book is that I felt like it could have been longer! It felt rushed at times and I wished there was more of an ending. I wanted to know how it all came together and like, for example, how Kerry was doing (terribly, I hope).Nevertheless, I really enjoyed reading this book and I can't wait to read more of her novels in the [...]

  • OMG, this book is laugh out loud funny, like sitting in my cubicle at work just giggling to myself. In the days, I spent reading this one I told numerous people about it because I was just so excited and happy to find a book that made me actual loud out loud. Some of my best friends raved about this book during our girls weekend last year and I was repeatedly told, you have to read this!Emma Corrigan is a typical girl, just like us or me at least. She is awkward, inappropriate and just trying to [...]

  • Gosh, this books was so much fun!!!Often times when I’m told a book isfunny,I usually find that it turns out being more painful to read than anything. But damn, is Sophie Kinsella hilarious!Can You Keep a Secretfollows the charismatic tale of Emma Corrigan. This woman is a hoot, let me tell you. She’s hilariously paranoid and completely outrageous. She is the“ordinary, nothing-special sort of girl”but oh, does she have her secrets. Secrets that she probably shouldn’t have blurted out w [...]

  • “Can You Keep A Secret?” Are you serious?!!??!? NO! I’m gonna spill all your secrets to my friends, Emma. You cannot trust me on this! I’m a bitch, I know. hahaha1st secret: Guys this clumsy lady, Emma Corrigan is so damn lucky! She not that have much money, but she met an sweet-angel air-hostess so this sweetie air-hostess invite Emma to sit on the plane in Business class!!! She cheat!!! Without anyone else know! so she pretends to be businesswoman. See what she did!BUT HAHAHAHAAAAAAA [...]

  • Rating Breakdown:Enjoyment - 5 starsStory - 3 starsEmma - 3.5 starsJack - 2 starsSide characters - 5 starsEnding - 2.5 starsThe average is 3.5 stars, but since enjoyment is my number one reason for reading in the first place, I'll round it up to 4 stars. This book is, hands-down, the funniest book I've ever read. I laughed so hard, I had tears in my eyes and cramps in my tummy throughout. This book should come with a warning label, something like, Can You Keep a Secret? AKA The Sole Cause of Dea [...]

  • I have a stack of Sophie Kinsella books I'm working my way through, which might be the greatest choice I've made so far this year. This read like a rom com screenplay and was HILARIOUS. I skimmed Confessions of a Shopaholic a few years ago before I saw the movie but I'm probably going to go back and read it now because the characters in this book had such real voices. Like I might not have the same personality as Emma, but I could still relate to her just because she was so entertaining and lika [...]

  • I swear the moment I was done with this bookI was just so.oSO DAMN FRUSTRATEDThe ending seemed socking? Disappointing? Hell ! Fr the first time,in my history of reading books.I actually ended up hating the hero Jack,(view spoiler)[(who spilled all her secrets on NATIONAL TELEVISION ),(hide spoiler)] instead of the heroine,along with her cousin Kerry (who basically STOLE THE HEROINE'S ENTIRE CHILDHOOD) and her fashion/mommy obsessed roommate Jemima (who basically spent the whole book determined t [...]

  • My first - and almost certainly last - foray into chick lit. Very shallow, contrived and implausible, albeit in a self-conscious ("ironic"?) way. Although the "plot" may excuse the improbable co-incidences, there is no justification for the ludicrously artificial dialogue. I find all the "poor fluffy little me struggling to bluff it in the big bad grown up world" nauseating. Not as funny as it thinks because the humour, such as it is, is entirely reliant on very cliched stereotypes. If it were w [...]

  • First of all thank you, Jasprit, for insisting I read this one. A couple of days ago I was sick and in bed all day. I had just finished another book and was wondering which book to start next. I saw this on my Nook and remembered you said it's her best book. This book really made me feel better when I was under the weather.Emma is 25 and has been through many jobs. She has had a job in marketing for over a year now, and although she does okay, she's not exactly moving up the corporate ladder. Sh [...]

  • Bien bonito. Divertido 😂 a morir y muy ligero. De los que te entretienen y te hacen pasar muy buen rato.No hay mucho romance pero eso es típico en las novelas de este estilo. Me gustó bastante. Pero no es mi favorito de la autora!!!

  • This book was hilarious. The basic idea is, imagine what would happen if in a moment of panic you were to spill all your darkest secrets to a perfect stranger and of course that stranger was extremely attractive and turned out to be a new big shot at your company, genius uh? When Emma spills it all out it makes you want to cover your eyes with your hands and tell her:The fun, as always with Kinsella standalone novels, is guaranteed and the romance is just witty and cute.(view spoiler)[ The cousi [...]

  • 2.5 stars"it was ok" is seriously such an accurate description of this book. good job, description-that-hovers-over-the-2-star-rating!emma, our main character, is monumentally irritating. she compulsively lies about things that she shouldn't have to lie about, and is so horrendously unprofessional in her workplace, it's a wonder that she's maintained her job for as long as she has. and yet, somehow, she's an interesting and genuine person in the eyes of a multimillionaire. ok. i think there's a [...]

  • 3.5 starsAlright, I've been reading romance novels off late. It's one of those phases. And this is one of my favourites. Did Emma get on my nerves by whining too much? Sure. Was Jack way, way out of her league? Sure. But thing is, this woman knows how to pen chick-lit. She gets you right in the feelers and doesn't let go until you're sucked dry. Emma, who I'm sure suffers from some form of anxiety, spills all her secrets to the gorgeous American sitting next to her. What transpires next is a ser [...]

  • Worst book I have read in a LONG, long time. Seriously, How could so many of you like this book? Now I remember why I hate chick-lit so much. After having read and adored Something Borrowed and Something Blue I thought I wasn't giving enough credit to this genre, I thought there were some good books on it out there. Because of this, I went to a list with the best chick-lit books and added them to my TBR pile. This is the first one I try and I completely abhorred it. I found this read and most of [...]

  • 2.5 stars - SpoilersThis was kind of fun but also kind of awful, as expected the heroine was an utter idiot and the plot was beyond silly, but I have to admit that there were some funny moments and the story despite being nonsensical was easy to get through and somewhat entertaining.-Who the hell would reveal ALL their secrets to a total stranger? The heroine (Emma) blurted out every little detail of her life to some random guy sitting next to her just because the plane she was on was going thro [...]

  • Emma doesn't like airplanes.In fact, she's terrified of them.One day she's on a flight when the airplane hits turbulance.Emma being Emma freaks out and begins to babble, thinking it was her last moment of life, she spilled all of her secrets to the stranger next to her.Her darkest secrets.Her deepest fears.Her most intimate thoughts.But it's not such a big deal, because she's never going to see him again, right??LOL!!!It was a fun book for the most part. There were times when I was annoyed with [...]

  • BR WITH AKIRA! Bo this was fun!I really liked this book! It was hilarious and Despite the second hand embarrassment it was very funny! Emma herself as a character is very flawed and might make you face-palm every other page or so, but nonetheless, she's very likeable. I enjoyed the romance very much! Jack is a sweetheart. The only thing that bothered me a bit is how every fucking time when shit seems to go smoothly a problem arises. And it's more annoying because you already know what kind of en [...]

  • Can You Keep a Secret is possibly my favorite Kinsella standalone.It follows the story of Emma, an ordinary, slightly ditzy girl (think Anna from Anna and the French Kiss) who accidentally spills all her secrets to a stranger on the plane. And that stranger later turns out to be her boss. In honor of this book—and because I absolutely suck at writing reviews for books I love, I am going to spill to you, strangers of the Internet, all of my secrets. Okay, not all, but five.1. I used to be major [...]

  • What to say about this book?I remember when my friends and I went to Cebu (another BIG island next to ours. Philippines is composed of of 7,107 islands) We went to a supermarket before going to our campsite to buy some basic stuffs.One of my friends, Jeffrey was with me.(I don't know why he keeps on tagging along with me)I know my period is just around the corner so I was looking for some tampons. Now, tell me ladies. Can you buy a tampon with a straight face if one of your very male, very viril [...]

  • Another fun book from Sophie Kinsella! I always have such a great time with her books, they always put a smile on my face and make me chuckle, and this book is no exception!I loved the premise of this story, telling a complete stranger all your secrets in a moment of panic, thinking your secrets are safe then BOOM that stranger isn't a stranger anymore! I think it such a fun idea and as always I really enjoyed the characters. I found I could relate with Emma and I enjoyed hearing her story and t [...]

  • Absolutely hilarious and entertaining!Can You Keep a Secret is the type of novel you pick up to relax your imagination and enjoy the ride. I laughed throughout this entire book as Emma Corrigan stumbled through life tripping on mishap after mishap! She was an absolute delightful disaster!In this novel, Emma Corrigan has high hopes for herself. She’s given an opportunity to represent her corporation in an important client campaign meeting. When the meeting falls apart, that’s only the beginni [...]

  • I completely forgot I read this book until I saw some reference to Sophie Kinsella and thought, "Wait, didn't I read something by her?" That's exactly what this book was: mildly entertaining and completely forgettable.

  • Sophie Kinsella's "Can You Keep a Secret?" blew me away with its wit and humor. There were times when I roared out loud with laughter and there was a time near the end of the book where I wanted to weep. This book surpassed my expectations. After reading the Undomestic Goddess, I was expecting a book that was similarly amusing, but Emma is a much funnier character.***Spoiler Alert***When we meet Emma Corrigan she totally messes up a "slam-dunk" business meeting and is headed back to London from [...]

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