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I read books for entertainment and I thought this was a fun read.
The most annoying part of this book is the way the author narrates from time to time, explaining the upcoming scene or the characters' feelings, in third person.
I did not like the message that so many novels about overweight women are sending to readers - lose the weight or you won't get the guy (well, in some cases).
It was ok. Not wonderful, but better than some. Not Marian Keyes or Sophie Kisnella, but better than Holly Chamberlain or Jen Lancaster.Published 22 days ago by careoline
The writing was good, but the content made me feel dumber for having read it. I just overall didn't like the message - try anorexia mixed with exercise bulimia and your life will... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Caprice Cartier
I read Jemima J back in high school.
At the time, I was overweight (I am in no way skinny now, but I am much smaller) and this book hit the nail on the head for me. Read more
Maybe if I has read a decade or two ago when social media was new and internet use still fairly new to the masses it wouldn't have seemed so ridiculous.Published 2 months ago by Amylilbits
Once again (well, a bit ago as this is an older novel) JG wraps her story telling into philosophy of life with comedy, pathos and wit! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara Peschl
This is one of the best novels I have read in a while! It's a classic ugly duckling turned beautiful swan story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by drea