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A difficult one to rate...,
This review is from: The Death of Bunny Munro (Paperback)
I really struggled to decide which star rating I should give this novel - it was a bit of a strange one. I am also going to struggle, I am now realising, to review it properly. Until I was around 60% of the way through the novel, I was describing it as "not uninteresting", but I still wouldn't say that it was anything special. The language was crude, not much was really happening, and I had a serious dislike for the main character. In the remaining 40% of the novel, a lot more was beginning to happen, and the plot was picking up a little more speed, but 'not uninteresting' would still just about cover it. I am glad that I finished the novel, and did not give up, which I almost did on several occasions due to the awful language used (and it has to be mentioned, that I feel sorry for both Kylie and Avril Lavigne, if they ever read this - I know I wouldn't like to be spoken about in the way they are by the main character).
The verdict on this one is then, that I am not really sure whether or not I would recommend it to anyone. I'm glad I read it, but I would not read it again