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Talking to Addison - Jenny Colgan
Talking to Addison
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Holly is a frustrated florist whose life doesn't seem to be coming up roses. Fleeing a house-share from hell, she moves in with a motley crew of friends including Josh, a sexually confused merchant banker; Kate, a high-flying legal eagle with talons to match; and the gorgeous Addison, who spends... show more
Holly is a frustrated florist whose life doesn't seem to be coming up roses. Fleeing a house-share from hell, she moves in with a motley crew of friends including Josh, a sexually confused merchant banker; Kate, a high-flying legal eagle with talons to match; and the gorgeous Addison, who spends his days communicating only with his computer and those who worship at the altar of Jean-Luc Picard. From the moment Holly catches a rare glimpse of Addison, she's smitten. The only problem is how to get him to swivel his chair from the computer screen to her adoring gaze. After a series of false starts - involving a new friend and mathematician, Finn - Holly coaxes Addison away from his virtual romance and out into the open. While "out in the open" spells disaster for Addison, curiously, her own future begins to bloom. Holly and her friends make desperate attempts to interface with Addison, drag him away from his monstrously ugly, not to mention fiercely possessive, Internet girlfriend Claudia, and get him to communicate with the real world. Will their search for ways to connect with one another - geeks and all - succeed, or will they continue to get their wires crossed?
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780446526616 (0446526614)
Publisher: Warner Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
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This was a fantastic read! I loved Holly for the fact that she was such a generally happy girl who wasn't overly ambitious (rather a slacker) and quite content to remain that way. I also love, love, loved Addison. A geeky Johnny Depp? What more does a girl need? It was a tad on the darkly humorous ...
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