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To call the charcaters flat would be to add a dimension,
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I got this for free and feel ripped off. The most rounded and interesting character appears about half way through for 3 paragraphs, whilst he parks a car, and then disappears. The rest of the characters are one dimensional and largely caricatures we've seen in a thousand books before.
I did finish the book, but more because I wasn't going to let it beat me than any desire to see how things turned out. I didn't like any of the characters, I didn't hate any of the characters, I just didn't care about any of the characters. I did get the feeling that the main character (a woman living with a boozed up man-child PE teachers who, when he is out of town, sleeps with her ex-boyfriend from school, at a school reunion then finds out she's pregnant but doesn't knwo if the current or ex is the father) is a Mary Sue for the author and her way of expressing her desire to emasculate her partner.