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read it in 48 hours, could have done it quicker but needed it to last!,
This review is from: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (Paperback)
I am not a big reader, but I found it hard to put this book down. You really do feel for Annie (and Dan). This book stirred feelings of joy, sadness, frustration and tension ... among many others. What will happen to them? The writer does a good job of keeping you guessing.
My one critisism mirrors another review - the annoying overuse of the term 'Anyroadup'. Twice across a double page at one point. May sound trivial, but believe me, the word stands out like its highlighted and it's use is unnecessary.
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Initial post: 12 Sep 2011, 17:23:51 BST
Broadway Rose says:
Just wanted to say i agreed with the comments about this novel using the ridiculous phrase "anyroadup". This character is supposed to be Irish, i've never heard an Irish person use this term, in fact it annoyed me so much I gave up reading the book in the end, it was just sloppy writing and spoilt the whole book which was average at best.
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Aug 2012, 13:12:01 BST
What does the term even mean?
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