Twenty-Somewhere (Twenty-Somewhere #1-40)
Best friends Sophie Lin, Claudia Bradford, and MJ Alexander have graduated college and are ready to take on the real world. Or so they think. As relationships sour, careers sputt...more
The start of the book is a little rough. It takes a while to get used to the "episodes" and it felt a little disjointed at first ...more
The series is very addictive. I could relate to the struggles and growth these characters were going through right out of college. And honestly, once I got to a certain point, I had to stay up to finish reading. The author is working on a proposal for St. Martin's Press to turn these episodes into a more traditional book format. I can hardly wait to see how it turns out!
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Main Character: 3/5
Other Characters: 3/5
Triggering/Issues: 5/5 (None)
AVERAGED TOTAL: 3.3 out of five, rounded to 3.
This was an alright book. It was originally written as a series of "episodes" which explains the disjointedness. It was an interesting look at three twenty-something girls, and I enjoyed the sort of... finding your way message about it. The end wrapped up a bit quicker than I expected, but overall it was a good, simple sort of read. ...more
That tagline is what drew me in. SATC?! Where?! NOWHERE. Maybe the fact that the story revolves around a group of female friends? I don't know. I was excited for this because, apparently, the author is indeed a twentysomething, which is relatively rare. Unfortunately, I couldn't find myself relating to the characters or getting drawn in to the story. Everything felt very small-town and slightly boring. As another reviewer mentioned, ...more