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Stretching the limits of your belief in the name of fiction is all peachy but when a conclusion goes this far I tend to feel a bit patronised; it's like the author said " It's fiction ...just go with it - believe it because I say so" Hmmm? I'm really annoyed because up until that point I was reall...
Sarah Goodwin is such a fabulous writer- her stories are real (although this one required a small suspension if disbelief), gritty, and they resonate with you long after you've finished reading them.
suspend disbelief. the premise is really not very plausible, but it's a fun "what if this happened?" kind of thing.very British, which always distances me a bit, and I often struggled to understand the motivations of the two leads. but overall, not bad.
2.5 stars, rounded up to 3.. because I'm in a happy mood ;)I find it rather difficult to rate this book.. The story premise is unbelievable at best, the writing, though, was decent enough. Enjoyable, kind of, if you are able to graciously ignore the downright excessive and overdone plot, which is fi...
The basic premise of the book is completely outlandish and improbable. But the enjoyable writing and skilled framing of the story actually helped it to carve out 3 stars.