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Nine Months Kindle Edition
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As you finish the final pages you find yourself hoping that all these people you have shared this journey with find what they are searching for and turning the last page you are left with a feeling of satisfaction and contentment of having spent an enjoyable few hours reading a well written and involving book.
I will look forward with great anticipation to any other books from this author and can happily encourage you to curl up on the sofa, turn on the answering machine and share a couple of glasses of your favourite tipple with Holly and her friends. You won't regret it..
By Rita, Bury St Edmunds, Great Britian
I was backpacking through Australia when an aunt who I was staying with made me buy a book. To my horror I actually did. Then to my utter-disbelief I actually loved it and read it within a few days.
This book was nine months. Since then I have read tons of books however nine months always tends to be my favourite, and thats not down to it being my first proper book to read. Its because I loved the story line, the dialoge, the charecters and in parts of it even relate to some of the situations. Like backpacking for one.
Its a brilliant book which I guarentee you will not be able to put down.
And you never know it may even make you want to become a writer yourself!
I could relate to it so much and was a bit freaked out as I am a young mum and veggie planning to open my own coffee shop. It has given me the determination to follow my dream.
Story line unique and well written. Even my husband (who had to listen to excerts) thought it was funny.