The Sugar queen
Publish date: 2008
Publisher: Bantam Books
Pages no: 437
Edition language: English
I was shocked when I finished this last night. I mean I read fast, but not that fast, and than I saw that the ebook was only 278 pages. I think the shortness of the book actually impacted some of the story-lines. I feel of two minds about how one of the story-lines ended (sorry, I am never rooting f...
DNF after about 12 pages. Having someone appear in and then decide to make their home in your secret closet is just beyond the realm of believable. Could it have been made believable? Sure. But it wasn't. I rolled my eyes so often my eye muscles began to cramp.
The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen In this irresistible novel, Sarah Addison Allen, author of the New York Times bestselling debut, Garden Spells, tells the tale of a young woman whose family secrets—and secret passions—are about to change her life forever. Josey Cirrini is sure of three th...
Like all of Sarah Addison Allen this book is about relationships, both friends and family, and the struggles in them. I really enjoy the way she can cover difficult relationships, this book is no exception. This was a really good book but it was just my least favorite of hers. I didn't connect wi...
I think this is now my favorite Allen book.Part of the reason I liked this so well is because it was exactly what I needed right now...essentially, I inadvertently pulled a Chloe in that this book showed up on my holds list and I checked it out and listened to it and it helped soothe my troubled sou...
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