NOVEL REVIEW: THE ROMANCIPATION OF MAGGIE HUNTER BY JANE SIGALOFF
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ABOUT JANE SIGALOFF
Jane Sigaloff is a British author. She was born in London, England. She’s a city girl at heart and always has a strong passion for books and writing. Sigaloff has been writing ever since she was in school. She liked to write and share stories and articles in her high school magazine.
Sigaloff went to Oxford University to study History. After graduating from university, Sigaloff worked for Nickelodeon UK as a tea-and-coffee-coordinator. After gaining experience with Nickelodeon UK, Sigaloff lends a job at MTV UK. After Sigaloff achieved success with MTV UK, she later joined BBC.
Sigaloff's work experiences with television channels have given her inspiration to write her fiction. Besides The Romancipation Of Maggie Hunter, some of Sigaloff's novels are Like Mother, Like Daughter, Technical Hitch, Lost And Found, Name And Adress Witheld, and Confession Of An Agony Aunt. Like Mother, Like Daughter is Sigaloff’s first novel. The novel was published in 2006. While The Romancipation of Maggie Hunter is Sigaloff’s second novel and it was published in 2007.
ABOUT THE ROMANCIPATION OF MAGGIE HUNTER
The Romancipation Of Maggie Hunter (TROMH) belongs in the romantic comedy and chick-lit genre. The whole story was set in London and it followed a glamourous woman named Maggie Hunter.
Maggie Hunter was living the life she always wanted. She had a successful career and was in a serious relationship with a guy named Max French. Max was smart, caring, and funny. He was every women’s dream guy.
In the middle of the story, Max wanted Maggie to move in with him. But Maggie was not sure if she was ready to go from 'me' to 'we’. Maggie had always been scared of commitment. Will she move in with Max?
Maggie had a best friend named Eloise. Eloise had different life goals than Maggie. Unlike Maggie, Eloise wanted commitment in a relationship. Eloise was dating a guy named Jake. And Jake was not keen on commitment.
So Maggie needed a man like Jake, and Eloise needed a man like Max. At least that's how it seemed to Maggie. But will it be easy for Maggie and Eloise to switch partners? Will it be easy for Max and Jake to switch partners either?
MY REVIEW OF THE ROMANCIPATION OF MAGGIE HUNTER
Overall, I describe this novel as funny. TROMH has a funny storyline, funny characters, and a funny plot twist at the end of the story. This novel is an enjoyable read although the story did not touch my heart.
I like the way Sigaloff created the characters in this story. All of them has their dilemma. It’s like what their having now is not what they need and want. Eloise wants commitment. She also wants to get married and started her own family. But her boyfriend, Jake is not into those things. And as for Maggie and Max, Maggie is not ready for commitment. But the guy that she’s dating wants commitment, marriage, and kids. Wow… complicated. Well, life can be this complicated.
Overall, I rate this novel 7/10. I still would recommend it to those who are into the romantic comedy and chick-lit genre. I also would recommend TROMH to those who are looking for something light to read. This novel is good for light reading, guys. Btw, this novel has a lovely cover. Love the lavender color ^_^
Ok, so this is my review of The Romancipation Of Maggie Hunter by Jane Sigaloff. Has anyone read this novel? If yes, what are your opinions of this novel?
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