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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
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Aug 02, 2010

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Like cotton candy, this story was very sweet, very fluffy and pink. Pink as in "girl power;" as in if there have to be boys in this book, they're going to be dead beat dads, philandering cops, and drug addicted racist thugs. Also like cotton candy, it's safe, doesn't take any risks, and after you are done, you think to yourself, "did I really need to eat/read that whole thing?"

The plot runs along like a sunday drive through rolling hills, never quite reaching a summit or offering any kind of spectacular view. There is no tension that is not quickly and simply resolved around the next corner, or after a few pages.

Still, a Sunday drive and a snack of cotton candy is a fine way to spend an afternoon. If you have nothing better to do.

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