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Finally, Sasha has reached her limit. She just can’t muster the energy to answer yet another frivolous, “urgent” (but plainly not at all urgent) email or take part in the company’s “joyfulness programme.” It’s been months since she last saw her pals. Sex? It appears to be quite a challenge. Dinner preparation requires excessive planning. As a result, Sasha is stuck.
She packs her bags and travels to the coastal resort she visited often as a child, with the purpose of drinking kale smoothies, trying yoga, and finding inner peace. But it’s the off season, the hotel is falling apart, and the only other person on the beach is a surly guy named Finn, who appears just as agitated as Sasha. She can’t enjoy nature while he watches from atop her favourite rock. They also disagree on the best way to deal with their exhaustion (be it by manifesting, going for a swim in the woods, drinking whisky, or ordering a pizza to be brought to the beach).
Sasha and Finn are forced to talk—about everything—when mysterious notes, ostensibly directed to them, start appearing on the beach. What caused them to become so exhausted? Do they still share any common interests? (Surfing, of course!) And the issue they attempt to ignore but can’t seem to shake: what does the energy between them, which is still blazing despite their utter tiredness, represent?
About The Author Sophie Kinsella
Sophie Kinsella’s books have been translated into more than 40 languages and have sold over 40 million copies worldwide.
The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic (also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic), Sophie Kinsella’s first novel in the Shopaholic series, debuted at number one on the UK bestseller lists in September 2000. Readers all over the world fell in love with the book’s protagonist, Becky Bloomwood, a vivacious and feisty financial journalist who loves shopping but is useless with money. Shopaholic Abroad (also known as Shopaholic Takes Manhattan), Shopaholic Ties the Knot, Shopaholic & Sister, Shopaholic & Baby, Mini Shopaholic, Shopaholic to the Stars, and Shopaholic to the Rescue are just some of the other best-selling books that star Becky. The 2009 Disney film Confessions of a Shopaholic, starring Isla Fisher and Hugh Dancy as Becky Bloomwood, was a smashing success.
Sophie has written seven novels that have become international bestsellers: Can You Keep a Secret?, The Undomestic Goddess, Remember Me?, Twenties Girl, I’ve Got Your Number, Wedding Night, and My Not So Perfect Life, which was a finalist for Best Fiction at the 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards.
Sophie published her first illustrated book for young readers, Mummy Fairy and Me (also published as Fairy Mom and Me), in January 2018. Mummy Fairy and Me is about the charming adventures of a mother-daughter fairy duo and follows the story of a teenage girl named Audrey who suffers from social anxiety and her wacky family.
Published in February 2018, Sophie’s newest novel, Surprise Me, paints a hilarious yet emotional depiction of a marriage and all its complexities, comforts, and difficulties. It’s clear from Surprise Me that there are usually unexplored depths even in the closest of relationships.
At the youthful age of 24, while working as a financial journalist, Sophie penned her first novel under her own name, Madeleine Wickham. Critics and readers alike praised The Tennis Party upon its release, and it quickly became a best-seller in the top ten. A Desirable Residence, Swimming Pool Sunday, The Gatecrasher, The Wedding Girl, Cocktails for Three, and Sleeping Arrangements are the other six novels she has written and published as Madeleine Wickham.
Sophie’s birthplace is London. At New College, Oxford, she initially majored in music before switching to PPE. She and her family have relocated to London, UK.
The Burnout Book Summary
A heartwarming tale of overcoming self-doubt, discovering one’s own power, and putting oneself first. Sasha Worth, a marketing executive, is overworked and stressed when she is ordered to take time off, so she travels to Rilston Bay, where she and her family spent many memorable summers in the past. There, she encounters a dilapidated resort, strange people and personnel, and an agitated fellow visitor. Despite everything, she plans to stick to the mother-approved health plan and get her old spark back. The Burnout, like other books by Sophie Kinsella, is a breezy romantic comedy perfect for passing the time on the beach or in the airport. The story’s warmth and teachings about self-worth and independence are beautiful, but it doesn’t go very deep or have any really noteworthy features. This book is perfect if you need a fast pick-me-up to improve your mood. This review was made possible by an advanced reader’s copy provided by The Dial Press and NetGalley.