Another good but short story by
Zoe Whittall . This author doesn't disappoint , alll the books by her I have read so far are good .
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A bit of a disappointment after I have been praising Whittall's book 'Holding Still for as Long as Possible' as the best book I have read in the past 5 years. Well, what to say about this book, the plot line was a bit much - all of the 'coincidences'. And I thought the main female character made ridiculous choices that would not happen in real life. The book is short, so I only invested about an hour in this read.
Missy Turner thinks of herself as the most ordinary woman in the world. She has a lot to be thankful for—a great kid, a loving husband, a job she enjoys and the security of living in the small town where she was born. Then one day everything gets turned upside down—she loses her job, catches her husband making out with the neighbor and is briefly taken hostage by a young man who robs the local café. With her world rapidly falling apart, Missy finds herself questioning the certainties she's lived with her whole life. (amazon.com)
Very quick short story read. Nothing spectacular.
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