Rowell’s raw, honest style and her quirky characters will transport you back to the days of first love.
If chic-lit is your thing, be relieved to know that Weisberger does not disappoint with this one.
The sequel brings the band back together for a little globehopping derring-do.
If it feels like yesterday that we last saw Hugh Jackman grim up to play Marvel’s fuzziest superhero.
A fleeter film than its predecessor, Despicable Me 2 delights more often than it disappoints.
Even the Prada-heeled devil can't change the fact these two books come with 25 per cent discount from Borders.
Apart from the excellent 'Entertainment', the rest of the tracks fizzle out.
Showcases the author’s talent for funny and incisive dialogue.
What’s missing is a sense of loss – the horror and grief that should be etched on the faces of the living.
We're teased into amusing elements of the old story, leading the way to a more Earthbound sequel.