First off I’d like to say that the writing in this book is like nothing I’ve ever read in a novel before. It’s so beautiful, almost poetic. If I could give a rating solely for the writing style, I would give it a 5/5, but sadly I think the author didn’t give enough attention to the plot as she did to the writing itself.
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If you had the chance to take a fully paid for tropical vacation but it was with someone you don’t get along with in the least would you still take it? I would. And I think most of us would. The setting of this book is exactly that and it ends in all the ways you would expect romantic comedy to end.
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I absolutely adored this book!
Bee is a 15-year-old excelling student who is searching for her mother, Bernadette, who has disappeared right before their family trip to Antarctica. To Elgie, Bernadette’s husband, she is a troubled wife, to her neighbors and the mothers of Bee’s school she’s a menace, but to Bee, she’s her mom who she always enjoys spending time with. Bee’s search includes digging through confidential emails, handwritten notes, and other evidence such as receipts.
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