Life, Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo
Publish date: November 17th 2009
Publisher: Heather Wardell
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Toronto (#1)
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. I really empathize with the main character, and the struggle she was going through. I really liked all the characters in the book (okay, the best friend was a bit bitchy at times, but we all get that way). I also enjoyed he writing in this book, and was able to picture ...
I like that Heather Wardell writes about flawed people. Her Characters are easy to accept when reading because of their flaws. Though not everyone will like this book because of some of the things her characters do, these things can & do happen in life. ( don't want to have spoilers for those who ha...
Well, I finished it--though I don't know whether to be proud of myself, or slap myself for wasting my time. This book was so dry and boring. It read like a laundry list, going into the most mundane details. I got nothing from this novel but an urge to finish it quickly so that I may start something ...
This book is an enjoyable, light read, but it lacked depth. The characters never got past the superficial stage - I was never fully invested. The author's transitions weren't always clear, smooth, or concise. Instead she sometimes just let everything drop. There were several times when I flipped bac...
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