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The Reunion

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I kept hearing about The Reunion on #bookstagram and had major FOMO! I absolutely loved Polly Phillips My Best Friends Murder and I just had to read it. I found the audiobook on Scribd and binged it in a day. Totally addictive and juicy, I just had to know how it was all going to end up.

The are six hour-long episodes in total and all are available to binge on ITVX now. For more showbiz and television stories get our newsletter here. Thank you so much to DMCPR Media for providing me with a copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review! If I was home, I’d be skiing with Jay right now. Unfortunately, my dream of spending break with my boyfriend of nearly six months evaporated into sunshine and salt air as soon as Dad announced this trip—a reunion for the Mayweather clan, culminating in an engagement party for Dad and Elizabeth on the final night. My attendance was mandatory. I loved how Phillips included an older sister for Emily. Her sister, Helen, was her biggest supporter, always encouraging and concerned about Emily but never judging her. Emily’s sister, Helen, is my new hero. One of my favorite aspects here is getting a glimpse into the inner workings of Hollywood and what goes on behind the scenes. The author also delves into issues such as fans being unable to separate actors from the parts they play on screen, how women tend to be villainized more than their male counterparts, cyberbullying by the media and the "secret sides to success":Hon, you don’t need to worry. Austin’s a very different man from your father. I’m so happy we’re going to have this time to really get to know one another.” The childish writing style (so sorry no offence to the author but as much as i loved one of her other books a ton, the writing in this book made me cringe at an unfortunate frequency) She finally bares her soul to Thomas, and that would seem to clear up a lot of the questions -- except instead it points to an even more complicated scenario. First time out of the northeast US,” I say. Dad and I do fine, but the fun money from my part-time job at Aldi’s goes to skiing, and Dad’s never had a lot left over for things like vacations. After college, I’m going to travel. For a book to be recommended for fans of Sally Thorne and to be inspired by the Emily Wibberley’s writing, I’m sorry to say it was a bit of a let down.

I force a grin up at Mom. “I’m sure we will. Hit it off. Mason and I can’t wait to spend time with the Hunts this week.”DNF @ 39%: I was really hoping to love this one, but I struggled *hard* to connect with anything that was happening. Not risking a reading slump to finish a book I'm just not enjoying. Oh well! This is a fantastic, fast flowing story of revenge, secrets and lies. I was hooked from the first few chapters. Written in the first person and set over two timelines of then and now, it’s a very gripping and intriguing tale. I loved hearing of Emily’s time at Cambridge, the descriptions of the university and town were so evocative and the difference between her and the wealthier students was so evident that I really felt for her, she seemed like a small fish in a big pond. The far-fetched story -- and its many incredible twists, one after the other -- is hard to believe, but at least reasonably entertainingly knotted and layered and then explained. Much suspicion on dubious characters and basically being lead down many paths, keeping the reader on their toes. The biggest flaw in this book is that there are too many narrators. It alternates between 6 different people’s point of views every chapter. It made it hard to truly get invested in the characters. I just struggled with that the whole book. However, I really liked the ending, so I almost gave this 4 stars.

Meghan Quinn really wrote a book where three sets of relationships were developing at the same time and let me say this shit was torture. Why was it torture? Because Quinn was jumping from POV to POV when sexy times were being initiated and it was torturous! Martin and Peggy Chance worked hard to build and create a beautiful family for their three children, Ford, Cooper, and Palmer. Unfortunately for them, everything they’ve built has fallen apart, including their family, the lives and loves of their children, and their family business. Now it’s going to take drastic measures to make everything alright. Summary: When the stars of the hit show Girl on the Verge reunite for a much anticipated reunion show, fireworks ignite. Old loves and new rivalries form as they try to navigate a return to the world of Girl and whether or not a reboot is in their future.The plot itself seems pretty straightforward at first: when Thomas and his best friend, Maxime (Gregory Fitoussi) were students at the college, they killed their philosophy lecturer and buried his body in the school gym. It was all to do with a beautiful young woman (Ivanna Sakhno) who is described as “serious and sensual but with a crazy streak” (she quotes poetry and has a bright red bob). She disappeared after the murder, and Thomas is desperate both to find out what happened to her, and to prevent the imminent uncovering of his crime as builders are about to redevelop that gym. Romances aside, familial love also played a big part of this story and Mama and Papa Chance not only brought the humor in this book, they also brought the unconditional love.



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