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I was surprised that I enjoyed this book so much. The plot was out of the ordinary, the characters were much like my friends and me, I learned a lot about Finnish culture without even trying, and I was inspired to do something new and daring. There were so many funny lines in this book, and I don't know if I would've caught them had I read the book instead of listened to the audio version. I thought the reader did a great job in bringing out the humor. I listened to this book during my morning walks, and I actually looked forward to getting out of bed and exercising. Will definitely read more in this series.
This book is beyond words...I tried to return it but wasn't able. The Penny character was flighty and aggravating. I would have thrown her off a fjord and walked away had I been her friend. They go off to an arctic country in the dead of winter without reserving hotels or at least having some idea of what to do once in a new country. So many implausible things happen in this book. I managed to get to the end, but it was like trying to walk through a hoarder's house-too much stuff, not enough air.
The baby vomiting on the Sharon character in the airplane.
I know the story worked really hard at being funny but it just isn't.
It is a fun touching story of friendship and adventure. It uses a good story line rather than sex, violence or shock factor to hold your attention. I would recommend this book to a friend. The reading is well done and makes you feel like you are a part of the story.
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