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Ratings and Book Reviews (11 55 star ratings
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    The wisdom of Sally Red Shoes

    It took a while to get ito this, but then I was hooked. Good ending- not overdone and hit the right note. Sally would approve.
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    Disappointed

    After reading The Keeper of Lost Things I couldn’t wait to read this next book by Ruth Hogan. It lacked depth & I didn’t enjoy it.
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    Sally Redshoes

    Fabulous book. I lsughed and cried in equal parts.Sa
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    Nothing special

    y rating is more 2,5, even though I didn’t actually dislike it. It’s an easy to read, feel good book, as the first one by tha same author. It’s structure is also very similar: two parallel stories that are bound together in the end, as we get t know early in the plot. The characters are nice, quirky (just like in the first novel); the dead are also present, even though they don’t actually participate, but are more or less what the lost objects were in the first novel. There’s the woman who finds love, a character with disabilities/ mental health issue that’s also full of wisdom, a good friend that pushes our heroin into finding love. It’s a nice read, but nothing special
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    Moving, enthralling and wonderful

    Loved this book and will look for others by this auther. Very moving, yet warm. Written with real understanding of the many human conditions. Lovely.
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