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This review is from: Ten Things I've Learnt About Love (Hardcover)
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I found this to be quite a strange and unsatisfying read, I'm afraid. There are two strands to the story, being those of Alice and Daniel. In the very early stages of the book it wasn't clear who was talking and what was going on which was a bit confusing, but then it did become apparent and it all made a more sense.
Alice has come home from travelling to be with her father for his last few days. Daniel is a tramp who roams the streets of London. How are they linked?
I never quite fully engaged with this book. It's nicely written but a bit fragmented and the ending was a bit unsatisfying for me really. Maybe I just like things to be tied up more at the end of a book but having got to the end of it I expected something different.
Pleasant and full of feeling, but didn't quite draw me in enough.