The Rise and Fall of the Queen of Suburbia - Sarah May Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007232322 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sarah May / Edition: 1st Paperback Edition / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 23/11/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
This is a review of the 2006 book 'The Rise and Fall of the Queen of Suburbia' by Sarah May. Described as a black-hearted soap opera, I was hoping for something light-hearted and fun to read having started a few books lately and not getting past the first few pages, I think my concentration is lapsing, which is not like me. I'm pleased to say I finished this one, but to be honest it was only through sheer grit and determination to prove I could do it and I never felt that I was fully immersed in this novel. A little about the story The book focuses on a new estate of people, the families and people living in the houses and what goes on behind ... Read the complete review
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