I’ve really enjoyed some of Susie Boyt’s other books in the past but this one didn’t really do it for me. One of those cases where I think it’s a case of “just me, not the book” though. One of the things I’ve liked about her other books in how realistic the characters are. This one features a marriage guidance counsellor who is rather falling apart and I never quite believed in her, her relationships or the most of the couples whose relationships she was counselling. Everything seemed to be that little bit too overdone.
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