A Place Called Here
Pages no: 485
Edition language: English
Well written with a balance of "stories", the merging of the storylines was very well done. It was a light read with lots of simple characters that were drawn nicely with broad strokes to reduce the complexity.I found it a lovely positive read and would recommend as a nice holiday read
I really really liked the story, the way Ahern explained it to the reader through her character's obssesion.. Gave it three stars beacuse I don't enjoy that much the way she writes. Good book, though!
When I started reading A Place Called Here I was not impressed. It took me at least 100 pages to really get into the book. It seemed to follow the same genres as her other books so I decided to continue reading it. Overall it was actually a pretty good book. You just need to get through the first pa...
Where do lost socks go?The book in one sentence: An allegory of finding one's self. My thoughts: I didn't like Ahern's PS, I Love You very much, so I started reading this one tongue-in-cheek. And wow, I was blown away.This is a dream-like story of Sandy Shortt, who in her youth, witnesses the disapp...
Searching for missing persons and winding up a missing person. It's an interesting idea ~ when you need answers that aren't there, how do you find them? (Maybe spoiler-ish?) Even at the end of the story, I'm not entirely sure if Here is real or not, but the book kind of makes you wish it were. An...