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At times, I felt that the writing was a little too much like that experienced in a report. And that quality did slightly detract from my enjoyment.
But the characters saved the day in what is a contemporary story of self-discovery. I wasn't at all sure what the book was about when I started to read, but it soon became clear from the first person narrative that this was a tale about a young woman learning a hard lesson in life and growing to understand that we don't always recognise our actions as selfish until we later examine them.
A good story, well told.
I interviewed Catherine here on the blog - the link to that interview is here: Catherine Chisnall