Bronx, NY, United States | Member Since 2013
The situations and the characters. There was always something going on and the main character's thought processes kept me laughing.
Her voice was animated and it gave me a feel for the characters. There was a distinction between each one and I wasn't confused as to whom was talking. She gave Tessa a voice that went along with her whole persona.
Laugh out loud funny.
I liked the main character. She was like a fish out of water and it showed. She didn't put on any airs and she was confused as someone in her situation would be. She took a risk and was dealing with the complications that arose from that decision.
Her weight issues were also realistic. Not every plus size woman is blasé about her weight. She was self conscious but not stupidly so. I can dig it.
This book is fun. It's not drama and it's not heavy. It's lighthearted and a great way to pass the time. So if you are looking for meat and substance I suggest you go elsewhere. This is pure dessert.
Everything. The "did anyone do it?" mystery. The characters themselves. It was a full story with fleshed out characters.
Well, it kept me thinking hard. That's the best way to put it without giving anything away.
I loved his voice. He read to me like I read to my children. He never confused the characters so I always knew who was talking.
It made me smirk and shake my head at times. There were situations where I was like "been there, done that, know someone like that." Feelings that brought the story more alive
A wonderful mystery. I'm glad J. K. Rowlings was able to get this out. The reading public can be so fickle and ruinous, at times forcing writers to be pigeonholed into certain genres if they want to sell. It effectively kills the creative spirit that cranks really great stories out. If she would have written this under her name there would have been one line repeated over and over in reviews... It's not Harry Potter.
In ending, give it a go! It's a gem.
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