The Rosie Effect

Wow, what can I say about this one? It took the longest time for me to get into, but once I got into the flow, there was nothing to grab on to. There was simply no connection for me. I was in denial the whole time reading this book. I just could not believe that it was a sequel to a book a enjoyed so much. I’m not sure what happened, but this time around I absolutely could not stand Rosie. At any point. At all.

I just don’t get it. The book wasn’t endearing, it wasn’t funny…I can’t put my finger on what was missing, but there seems to be a bunch of elements gone from what was previously a very enjoyable read. It’s a shame really, because I do recall enjoying the first one so much, and was very excited for this one. To sum it up it was lackluster.

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