Must Love Books

Loved this book—although it did take some time.  It’s not that I wasn’t hooked; I wasn’t captivated, if that makes sense.  A I continued to read, I learned the main character, Nora, is like a lot of us struggling to find her way and takes a few risky chances.  A quote from the book in which those that suffer from imposter syndrome can relate to:

“It was never devastating events that sent Nora’s mind spiraling…it could be a major change that slowly gnawed at her, or several insignificant moments that piled up and sent her right back to the thoughts she tried to avoid.”

And then, I got hooked and captivated because the author is so realistic with this character, who I could somewhat relate.  I kept reading because I had to know how things would turn out.   The ending was not what I expected; it was perfect.

Another great book I recommend—5 out of 5.

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