Mr Whatever - Julie Taylor Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749930667 / Author: Julie Taylor / Genre: Fiction / Abbie has had enough of men who claim to love her but like getting drunk and taking drugs more. Who needs them? From now on Abbie's going to concentrate on her life which, with a plastic surgery-obsessed flatmate, a ... more
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by - written on 19/09/01, updated on 19/09/01 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Now, I knew from about 3 lines in, yes, I said lines not pages, that I was not going to enjoy this book. Any normal and sane person would have given up before it was too late. I mean, how many times do you know that you are going to hate the book you are about read 3 lines in?? Almost never I should image? And what makes the odds even greater, the amount of people who then proceed to read the book, torturing themselves with pages of c**p for as many days as it takes to read this drivel. I’m one of those people. I hate to be beaten. I will not have a book go unread if I have started it. Don’t know why? Perhaps I should get to the root of the reason ... Read the complete review
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