Francisco Junior Junior from Jamnice, Poland
I liked this book...great characters and story line kept me going. Some slow snippets, but overall pretty good. I don't think I'd read it again, though. But definately worth the read. I learned a lot about not judging people..you never now what another's living soul's élan is like, so be respectful and kindly to all.
I love this! i always appreciate a novel where the attend daughter isn't a lass in distress. Tayla is sucs a rebels. Great!
Really, a 3.5. A mystery set in the English Regency termination - not quite a Regency Romance, I don't think. The characters were interesting as was the mystery. A fun read. I upgraded this to a 3.75 and therefore a 4; I have just finished three other volumes in this series and decided that must mean I really liked it.
This is a nonfiction book about how 'girlhood' is sold as a product these cycles. The playwright makes some eye-opening points regarding pigeonholes- how they still haven't disappeared as much as we think they have, how selling 'girl right' is actually feeding a negative image of girls, and all. I want to study some of the explore on which she bases her claims, but overall, a good study for anyone who deals with girls in any fashion... or is a girl herself.