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  • Old Friends are the Best Friends?

    Topher, Maggie and Evvie have been friends since they were roommates in college. They lost touch in the years since, but thirty years on, they go to their college reunion and decide to live together again, but there are secrets that are too big even for friends to get over. I enjoyed this novel.

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  • A story that pulled me in

    The three friends, who met in college, have withstood time. They’ve each moved on, led separate lives, and have now come back together. While keeping in touch with each other throughout the years, they kept secrets from each other. After 30 years, they are back together and reliving their lives. The style of writing in this book is perfect. I love that it starts with a short blurb about the present and then it goes back and starts with Evvie, Maggie, and Topher meeting and moves forward from there. Knowing their past, their history helps to better understand the present. I love how open, accepting, and understanding they are of each other. They accept each other’s quirks, they are open to each other’s lifestyle choices, and they love each other entirely. Their relationships are the type that is made to last miles apart, changes in lifestyles, and forever. Everything about Jane Green’s book is wonderful. She writes a story that pulled me in, kept me turning pages, and left me wondering what was next for these three. I recommend picking up your own copy and enjoying these engaging characters.

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  • Trite

    Boring story. Facile characters. A chore to read.

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