I loved this book. It was beautifully written and thoughtfully composed. Definitely not just a celebrity biography but a real look into anorexia.
Oh Flavia! I love these books and the world. I can’t wait to read the next one!
Ugh. I tried to get into this book. I really did. But it was confusing, nonsensical, illogical, self-indulgent and not very compelling. I was disappointed, too, because it looked so promising. It takes place in Paris, there’s obviously food involved,… Read More
I loved everything about it except the ending. What a let down! The main suspect–from beginning to end–turned out to be the killer. No twist or surprise at all! Such a shame!
What a terrible writer! This was obviously a book that had no editing whatsoever–how does something like this even get published? It was so terrible the writer ought to be ashamed of herself!
It was fun to read (and I figured out the ending) but the series could really benefit from a fact checker. I don’t think there is a single bit of evidence that could be used in court, so egregious was… Read More
There are certain things in M.C. Beaton’s books that I find particularly unpleasant to read–a lax attitude toward drinking and driving, police officers drinking on the job, and casual mention of domestic violence. This book in particular bothered me for all of the above… Read More
I enjoyed it every bit as much as the first time I read it. This was the book that started my love of the Hamish Macbeth books and I can see why. Very entertaining! Plus, I’m a sucker for the… Read More
It was funny in parts, revelatory in others (she was a bedwetter until the age of 16!) but it wasn’t as enjoyable as Kathy Griffin’s book, it never talked about Jimmy Kimmel (curious…) and I’m 75% sure it was heavily… Read More
It was funny and an easy, enjoyable read. It really sounded like her voice. It reminded me a lot of how she sounds on her show. I wonder who wrote it for her!