Publish date: February 10th 2009
Publisher: Amy Einhorn Books
Pages no: 451
Edition language: English
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I really disagree with people who say that The Help is cliché. I’m going to go as far as to say that it offends me when people call this a cliché. Because as someone who has been apart of discussions like the women in this book about racism, no one is a cliché. Maybe people are calling it a cliché b...
Here's another on the DNF pile. I just can't stand this. I know it's wildly popular, but that doesn't mean everyone will like it. And I fall in the minority.
I have finished The Help by Kathryn Stockett, if you couldn't tell by the title! I couldn't put this book down. I sat for like 3 hours in the same spot on the couch when I should have been getting ready for bed and finished it. That's how good it was. Out of all the characters, I don't think I had ...
Told from three POV's, this book focuses on two black maids living in Mississippi during the 1960s and a young white woman. The first POV is an older black woman named Aibileen who is still mourning the son she lost a few years back. Aibileen is excellent with young children, but finds herself movin...
Thoroughly enjoyable read, even if my attention was drawn away by Game of Thrones halfway through ;-). I liked all of the characters' voices a lot - even Skeeter's, although I found her a little bit annoying in the beginning. The ending was lovely as well - painful and yet hopeful at the same time. ...