MY NOVEL THOUGHTS:
Reviewed by Bookie
The book Leaving Lancaster was a book I was looking forward to reading, but was somewhat disappointed. Though I did like some of the twist it was pretty madayne and there was a lot of fillers. It wasn't necessarily exciting person and I didn't care for a lot of the characters. The two characters that I was mostly disappointed with and dislike the most where the two main characters themselves. Though there was some growth with both characters there's still some things that remain that I disliked about them. The way the eldest sister how she her thought process and how she acted it did change slightly but it doesn't really erase how her thoughts in the beginning were really bad and how she thought some cruel things while being married I dislike a lot cuz even if she is in a bad marriage I don't really condone the way she thought. The younger sister I guess I understood where she was coming from with how she acted and how she spoiled and proved her sister but at the same time she had that same entitlement throughout the whole book with everything and to be honest just because her sister was mean to her and her childhood I don't think that was a big enough thing for her to have such a bad personality as a whole I mean to act that way towards her sister only I would have understood but single as she acts that way with everyone I don't get it. The one characters did like was there on her aunt was really sweet and funny and her personality was very cute. It wasn't a bad book overall but the problem I had was it was it so intriguing things can't put it down I didn't like it to a certain extent but it wasn't like oh my gosh I have to keep reading it had to go on continuum it's like a book you pick up every once in awhile to read when you have spare time it's not the type of book they would actually make time to meet at 4 but it's not a bad book my rating for a movie probably 3 star two like I said I did like the book characters for not that strong though and it wasn't a book that I would like to read over again.