I enjoyed ''All You Need Is Love'' for what it is; a chirpy, happy, easy read; undemanding on your time and just a bit of good fun. If you are not in the mood for a literary challenge and 100 Years Of Solitude feels too much like an afternoon in the Glastonbury mud, then give Carole Matthews a go as it would make a great beach read. In a similar vein, you may wish to cast your eye over [[It's A Kind of Magic by Carole Matthews|It's A Kind Of Magic]] also by Matthews, or perhaps you would like to give writing duo Emlyn Rees and Josie Lloyd the benefit of your book allowance and try [[The Three Day Rule by Emlyn Rees and Josie Lloyd|The Three Day Rule]]. Lastly, and one I heartily recommend for it's both quite clever and deliciously silly at the same time is [[Notting Hell by Rachel Johnson|Notting Hell]] rather ably penned by old Boris's sister, Rachel.
As ever, many thanks indeed to the guys and gals over at Headline for sending the Bookbag this copy for review.