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    The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes

    A bitter sweet story of love and loss which touches the heart.
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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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    Predictabe

    I guessed the ending very soon after starting the book and found the book pretty tedious from then on! I did enjoy seeing Masha take back her life but the book didn't really benefit from Alice's story in my opinion it seems to be there to provide a twist and not much else!
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    The ultimate comfort read

    Thank you Ruth, I love your books - your contemporary themes, complex characters, no black and white but so many shades of the rainbow. I really appreciate you including characters who don't identify as heterosexual - adds to the sense that you are in touch with the complex families in which we live.
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    Do not miss this book.

    This is not the sort of book I would normally read but after reading her first, I wanted to read this also. Don't dismiss this book as chick lit or touchy feely. It is a book about life, redemption and joy. I normally read Conn Igullden or Simon Scarrow but I cannot praise this book highly enough. Strongly recommended.
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