And here we get to reason number three and why the stars of this book dropped dramatically.
The great idea here was: what if you could travel back in time and advise yourself not to make the same mistakes you did?
You get a vague hint it will happen, but no real action until page 116.She should have cut this part in half, or her editor should have!Already she didnt change one thing of the past, and this was disappointing and unexciting enough, but this one she should have changed!I mean there are so many useless part in the book, like I felt 60 of it was about her job, that she could have explored and developed the main plot,.e.Travelling back in time and advising yourself, so much more!What is the point of writing a book, and supposedly, a happy, easy, funny book, as chick-lit should be for definition, and then drop this on the reader: when you are approaching the end of the book, you discover that the heroin in her youth.Does anyone agree with me?.more).Check it in Amazon.Once she gets in the past, it is all a minor, minor part of the story.To me it was such a waste; also because this overlong introduction is so dull, is just everyday activities, boring boyfriend presentation, and work related stuff!Reason three ipoiler dont GO further IF YOU still want TO read THE book!
I did expect some old good bottom line where you think you needed to change everything and then rediscovered yourself, but this book was totally shifted on present-day Charlotte, I wanted to know Lottie more, explore a little more her life and I dont say.
As I felt before with Alexandra Potters books, I think she picks great ideas and then doesnt develop british standard 7671 pdf them enough.
Details, if only you knew what you know now.(view spoiler ok this one was so bad it infuriated.She makes you wait 11 Who's That Girl?But then the Author makes the story go down in the same way twice?Overview : Who's That Girl?I mean, if I buy a book about travelling back in time I cant wait for it to happen!Imagine if you could come back ten years and meet your young adult - would you recognize it?The poor development was:.