It was ok. I didn’t completely hate it, but I didn’t love it either. I felt it had some good points, and some that were a bit overboard. But it was well presented and flowed well.
(Actually finished 10 January 2014)
It was cute. Found it as an available title from the Pioneer Library, I needed something to listen to while I worked that wasn’t heavy. It was easy to get into and a very quick read – it took me only a few hours one day.
Honestly, it was cute. I thought it was well written and very relate-able on many levels. Had great self reflection of the main character that would simultaneously have you looking within yourself. Many lessons of life, situations, attitude and judgement. Great job. Highly recommend. 🙂
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