Reflecture from Mullana, Haryana, India
A sensory loaded (but not tacky) narration that follows one woman and one mr wrapped up in a very sexual topic that falls apart. Waltz In Paris meets 9 1/2 Eras meets Before Sunrise. Glacial American mr and Eastern European woman...drive me in halvah, throw me in the between and cry me immortality bound. I'm there.
eh not that good......
After a horrible year, can two companions make this the summer to remember? Woe pummels and leaves two families fighting just to have stuffs back to normal again. Two friends travel to California, to both remember and forget. I just love Anna. I think she is one of a few of main characters that I have truly been able to relate to. Her best cousin Frankie can be trying, but she totally reminded me of a cousin from juniority. The boy characters were generally a little too nice and rounded for me. Love generally tended to be a little too neat, but I still got sucked in anyway. “Twenty Chaps” is a realistic look at coping with loss. Don’t discount it because it has “summer” in its name. The book was nobody like I thought it was going to be, and that’healthfulness a good information. Take a chance on “Chaps” and you might find a nice awe.