Wednesday, 11 July 2018

SNOWFLAKE -Heide Goody and Iain Grant  Comedy fiction
Lori arrives home from her holiday to Crete to find that her parents have
moved and left her a letter basically telling her she now has to stand on her
own two feet. She hasn’t any money. She told her parents she was starting
a business and used the money for the holiday instead. She has been left
a life line in that she can move into her brothers flat whilst he is out of the
country working so at least she has a roof over her head. She soon
discovers that she is not alone.Her pendant that she bought whilst away
has special powers and life takes an interesting turn.
I couldn’t help but smile as I read this. One of those books that you don’t quite
know why but it draws you in to Lori’s larger than life adventures and keeps
you there with a smile. Think Jumanji (in part) in a book. I wanted to see
this on a screen, it would be brilliant- I won’t say any more so as not to
spoil it. If you want cheering up then maybe this is the book to do it.
There is also a message within the pages- about being the person you
are and want to be rather than whom others feel you should be.
A message some of us find difficult to absorb. A brilliant read that
left me with thoughts and a huge smile.
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Lori Belkin has been dumped. By her parents.
They moved out while she was away on holiday, and now, at the tender age of twenty-five, she’s been cruelly forced to stand on her own two feet.
While she’s getting to grips with basic adulting, Lori magically brings to life the super-sexy man she created from celebrity photos as a teenager.
Lori learns very quickly that having your ideal man is not as satisfying as it ought to be and that being an adult is far harder than it looks.
Snowflake is a story about prehistoric pets, delinquent donkeys and becoming the person you want to be, not the person everyone else expects you to be"

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