The Half Life of Stars - Louise Wener Reviews
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Newest Review: ... sister who has quite a racy background, smokes, drinks, acts a fool. Her sister, Jill, doesn't really like Cliff and Tristan ... more
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by - written on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I seem to be having a chain of poor books at the moment. I am really disappointed in my choices right now. This book is yet another poor novel which is extremely disappointing and, quite frankly, a waste of my time. I love reading, I love relaxing in the evening and treating myself to some escapism by reading a good book so feel cheated when this time is actually spent reading a really poor book. The story The story is... well I find it hard to write much about what the story is about as there isn't one really! It tells of Hannah who has a husband Cliff and a son Luke. They are on holiday in the south of France with her sister and her friend ... Read the complete review
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