First Jane Green book that I've read and it's 5 stars.Some of the comments made me didn't want o borrow it but I'm glad I did.Goes to show you, not all of these reviews mean anything. This was a fantastic book.
This is the first Jane Green book I have read and thoroughly enjoyed it. Will be checking out her other books as well.
It's been a while since I've read a Jane Green novel. This one reminded me why I enjoy her writing.
I usually love Jane Green books, however, I didn't this one. It was so repetitive, but I get that it probably had to be that way to get the message across; Just not one of my favorite reads!
This book was rather depressing. Its about an alcoholic and her journey to become sober. The author is a master at keeping you hooked in though so you keep reading. A few times I wanted to just quit, but didn't because I hoped that maybe the next chapter would be more optimistic. I finished the book, and the last quarter of it was the best of the book as she had finally become sober, but in truth I wish I had never started it. Cannot recommend it unless you're struggling with sobriety or want to read about someone who is.
A great summer read. The story is a bit predictable but nevertheless a page turner.
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