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    A one of a kind novel...

    3 Stars Review by Amy Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Claudia Dey’s Heartbreaker was a one of a kind novel with a witty slant and a deeper meaning. Teenage years can be difficult, and for Pony, they are even stranger. Trying to make it in an unusual commune with a mom who is inconsistent and eccentric brings even more challenges. Billie Jean disappears without a word and her daughter and husband go on a hunt to find her. Trying to put the pieces together, and with a bonus perspective from her dog, things get a little dark and unexpected. Writing the review for this book is a bit challenging for me. The concept was desirable. I love anything with dark secrets, mysteries, vanishing people and weird quirky characters. This seemed to have many of those characteristics, however, it fell a bit short for me. It was written quite abstractly and was difficult to follow. It veered in multiple directions and when the storyline came to light, I really enjoyed it, but there was a lot of deviation from that main storyline that felt unrelatable and distracting. I really wanted to enjoy this one more than I did. While this one wasn’t for me, I think there are others who would really enjoy it. With an apocalypse or other world feel, it presented an unusual perspective. I think if you enjoyed Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, this is a book that may peak your interest. The literary writing and unique cult-style living had a similar parallel that would appeal to those who enjoy this type of prose.
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