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I actually liked this book. I put off reading it for a long time because it has Carriacou in it. I do not care to read fictionalized nonsense about my birthplace. Yes, it does set up a small island native spiritual vs. a middle class non-spirituality but lets not get too deep. It's a worthwhile read.
I've always had a love hate relationship with classic novels as I feel this great need to read them because I know they are so great, but because of my lack of concentration it often takes me ages to finish or I lose interest, but this was one of those ones, like Bronte's Jane Eyre, that I found it a pleasure to read and I look forward to reading even more Austen in the near future!
sebuah impian yang diwarnai perjuangan yang berliku. seorang MAYA yang tidak mampu melakukan apa-apa kecuali berakting dan selalu dihina oleh orang lain, bahkan oleh ibunya sendiri tidak ada kepercayaan baginya. namun akhirnya MAYA mampu membanggakan dan membatah pendapat orang-orang akan dirinya yang bodoh dengan bakat akting yang menggandrunginya.
Given that I purchased this book at a Friends of the Library booksale for a dollar (Don't you just love their book sales?), I would say that this book was well worth the investment. That being said, I don't think I'll be running out to pay full price for the next installment of the Melanie-series that is apparently scheduled to be released later this year. Perhaps I will check it out of the library. After finishing the book, I did a little research on other books that she had previously written. She appears to be quite a genre hopper--a couple light romantic comedies, a couple of the heartstring-pulling dramas, a Gothic novel, and even a time-travelling romance. The only commonality seems to be that they are all set in the South. For this novel, she chose pull her fascination for multiple genres into a single book. She's got the dashing younger man as a love interest (actually, two dashing young men, if you want to count the one that's only seducing her for possible financial gain); the estranged, recovering alcholic father; a ~70 year old kidnapping?/murder? mystery; a hunt for hiden Civil War treasure; and, to top it all off, a heroine that sees dead people. It should be absolutely ludicrious. I was expecting myself to be scoffing my way through the entire book, but some how I wasn't. And I enjoyed myself and finished the book in only a couple of days.
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