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Ratings and Book Reviews (7 69 star ratings
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    Well written, engaging read.

    I expected a quick chick lit read, but found it so very well written and absorbing that the book surpasses the genre. i will read more by this author.
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    3.75 stars

    This book was a decent read. However, I found the plot and character development unrealistic... and that the ending dragged on.
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    It was ok

    The Cactus was an easy and light read but it lacked in plot.
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    The cactus

    Funny amd informative. The twist in the story at the end was delightful.
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    awful

    This book has poor plot and poor character development. Susan is unlikable, rude, and arrogant. I didn’t connect with her or with any of the other characters. If you read and liked Eleanor Oliphant (as I did), this is nothing like that. The author didn’t offer any reason why Susan is the way she is which was frustrating. Additionally, this sexist idea that all a woman needs to “soften” is a man and a baby is archaic and disappointing.
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