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on 4 December 2012
Well, it is the next book written by Ruth Saberton under another name, and the next that I didn't really enjoy. I don't know why but Ruth writing as Ruth is just brilliant, and Ruth writing under pseudonym is just... bad.
I have started this book with many expectations, as always, and found myself reading, reading, reading, turning the pages and feeling nothing. Then I just started to skip some descriptions and didn't have the feeling that I miss anything. It was boring. All totally predictable, any depth, everything just on the surface, I don't know, as if it was written just to be written. OK, Laney was not bad, but I just couldn't warm to her enough to really like her, all her problems were so unimportant (except this with her father of course), and then this cat and mouse play with the boys, he likes me, he doesn't like me... I had a feeling that we are children again, back to the kindergarden.
I have really tried, but no more Ruth under any other name but her own.