No. The book was predicable and, well annoying. If I wanted to hear whiny characters who have first world problems and think life is miserable, I would watch the Kardashians.
No. Her character was whiny and weak. I did not see her as a person I would ever spend time with in real life. I just wanted the book to end. I didn't care how it ended--just that it would be over.
She is the perfect narrator for this book. I will leave it at that.
The character development was thorough.
Well, the plot was similar to the Sue Grafton novels, and while I did predict the ending, I thought it was well explained.
I enjoyed her reading very much.
I would not make a movie of this book.
This was a typical Weiner book, and if you like her books, you will like this, but not as well as Good in Bed or In her shoes. Kate is her stock character and Janey is there to keep the excitement. I think I have read this book before in her others. . . it's kind of like Nicholas Sparks books. . . how many times can you hear the same story (or in this case have the same characters)?
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