Olivia Joules And The Overactive Imagination
From the white heat of Miami to the implants of LA, the glittering waters of the Caribbean to the deserts of Arabia, Olivia Joules pits herself against the forces of terror armed only with a hatpin, razor sharp wits and a very special underwired bra. Is it possible that the alluring and powerful... show more
From the white heat of Miami to the implants of LA, the glittering waters of the Caribbean to the deserts of Arabia, Olivia Joules pits herself against the forces of terror armed only with a hatpin, razor sharp wits and a very special underwired bra. Is it possible that the alluring and powerful Pierre Ferramo, with his impeccable taste and unimaginable wealth, is actually a major terrorist, bent on the western world's destruction? Or is it all just a product of Olivia Joules' overactive imagination? Join Olivia in her heart-stopping and hilarious quest to save the world in this witty, contemporary and utterly unputdownable thriller.
Publish date: November 7th 2003
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Olivia Joulles is not a book that gets off to the best of starts, but you need to put your apprehension aside and read it, damn you! I have to admit that I love this book. Sadly, I don't own it (hints, people). It's a tale of a very overactive imagination in the hands of a journalist. I must admit t...
This book is about Olivia, a daring journalist who gets involved with Al-Qaeda and the MI6 while making her own inquiries on a mysterious man named Pierre Feramo. Of course the story lather up between parties, airports and scuba-diving.This book is well written, the plot goes steady, the character a...
Bridget Jones meets James Bond — result: Olivia Joules (that’s “J.O.U.L.E.S. the unit of kinetic energy”), another character of Helen Fielding’s fantastic mind. In the mood for an easy read and hilarious story? Pick up this book and you’ll have a great couple of days.After these positive l...
Totally unbelivable, but a delightful, quick read. Perfect for a hot summers day.
Cute story about a journalist turned M16 agent with an overactive imagination. A fun summer read, for sure, and definitely nothing too serious!