Nick Latko Latko itibaren 17200 Sarıkaya Köyü/Biga/Çanakkale, Türkiye
I was going to say I really liked it - but then I couldn't exactly remember what it was about which makes me think it should be dropped to an I liked it. I just finished reading it a couple of days ago - it shouldn't be that hard to conjure up the book. I found that I was more interested in his life with his uncle. Although, I was very surprised at the end to see how little time he actually spent with his uncle. I thought he had been there for a lot longer. I find it sad yet amazing to me how resourceful children become when their parents are alcoholics/drug addicts. They know how to get the bowl and the cereal using the kitchen chairs, etc, when most children just have everything given to them. And usually it's "don't stand on the chairs!". Small children never cease to amaze me. I found his adult life more boring. Fate is funny and I do like how fate plays a part in the book. It was just chance he was giving the tour. He normally didn't. But yet that one small step lead to a long term relationship. The ripple effect which I just love. And, now, I kinda want to go to England which never happens. I think that place is overrated lol. So, good job book! See - I think if I would have wrote this review way back when, I would have said I really liked it.
My favourite of all of Charlaine Harris's series (in the non-vampire genre). The main character "Roe" is easy to relate too. The writing is easy to read and nice way to spend a cool Fall or Spring evening on the back patio, snuggled in a wicker loveseat with a big blanket, your two little dogs, a parrot and a hot cup of coffee w/brandy.