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Books 2 & 3 Read in 2012 - 22 to go to make my goal.

Why Me?Why Me? by Sarah Burleton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Story of horrific abuse endured at the hands of her mother and step father. The book feels incomplete and under-developed. It was way too short and left you wanting to know and understand more. I think the author's triumphant "I'm happy now" seems a bit unlikely given her history. I would have preferred a more realistic discussion of her struggles as an adult and a mother herself.

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Now You See HerNow You See Her by James Patterson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a quick read that did suck you into the story. The problem was that the story was not very good - the entire story was more than a bit unbelievable. Several times along the way I kept saying, "that's not very likely". The characters were also not very developed and so it was hard to feel connected to anyone in the story. I think in an attempt to pack too much "action" into the story the author forgot to concentrate on plot development. I'm not sure why James Patterson keeps putting his name on all these books that are mediocre at best.

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Comment balloon 1 commentDr. Stacey-Ann Baugh • January 30 2012 05:38PM


I've been reading quite a bit too. The Paris Wife, the Feb book selection was very good, hope you will be joining us to comment. Now I'm reading The Lost Wife, about a young couple who marries and due to the mistreatment of the Jews in the 30's they became separated. Years later they find one another and recapture their lives before and after, leading up to where they are now.

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