My Summer with Julia by Sarah Woodhouse

Well, I don't have much to say about this book. I don't think it was worth the time that I spent to read it, even though it was a short book.

In a nutshell, a middle aged, British portrait artist spends a lot of time trying to both remember and forget a long lost friend. This friend, who has recently died, has bequeathed her a box of memories that she is now sorting though.

I usually like to read novels written in first person, but this not this one. It made it confusing. It was hard to distinguish the flashbacks from the present. I found the story very ho-hum (boring), I'm not sure why I even decided to finish it.

My Rating

Overall: 1 star

Objectionable Content: none


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