Nice review! The book sounds like a fun, light read with offbeat characters. Glad you enjoyed it!
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In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you. This isn't generally my type of book but it sounds like a fun, light read. This is off topic but I love your profile pic. It's so cute.
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CrescentMoon wrote: Nice review! Thank you so much for the review, Shelle.
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I'm so pleased you enjoyed George's island adventure. And I agree with Crescent Moon--that is an adorable pic of you and your daughter.
Impossible not to smile when I look at that! Great job on the review!
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Sign Up Already have an account? Log In. He still drinks too much upon occasion and does stupid things, but he has a support system here that ensures that such lapses are more tolerated than jumped-on -- which in its turn, allows him to grow past doing the stupid stuff, at least most of the time. Even the minor characters are a lot of fun.
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The "Sand Witches," for example -- a trio of chicks with inherited wealth who mostly live to make spectacles of themselves and others, and who are very, very good at it. And the Senate. And more. The book is very well-written and beautifully paced, which makes it even more fun.