I like Delinsky's style and, for the most part, the character's she creates. she approaches this unusual topic from many angles and offers an unbalanced understanding of several POVs. the story seems to make light of an actual end result of the girls' decision, I think. The conclusion doesn't offer a fair 'end game' reality that these silly girls created for themselves - and their kids.
perhaps this story might have been more clear to me if I read the book instead of listening to it during while behind the wheel on a multi-state drive. With the main character hoping back and forth in time so much, and other characters changing their age and place accordingly, I got a bit confused about what the heck was going on. the concept was terrific and the characters likable.
I enjoyed the book for the most part, but might have been better suited to the abridged version. The unabridged goes into details of the wars and wall street dealings that might be a bit much for the everyday reader. as a captive on a long car ride, it proved an interesting distraction.
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