I didn’t like this book. First, it is poorly written. The author switches back and forth between verbal tenses in the same sentence and it’s difficult to know whether the action is past or present. Second, the book is full of grammatical errors and poor word choices. There are some books that readers who are non-native English speakers can read out loud and even if the word is wrong you know what the author meant, this is not such a book. Third, there is no character development. White talks about how Sam, Alex and Meg fell in love with Jon, Hank and Steve, respectively, but in the book there’s no context, only that they went to live together in the same house and next thing you know they’re getting married.
Good book premise with disappointing development.
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