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Daddy's Girl by Lisa Scottoline
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Feb 03, 11

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Read from February 01 to 03, 2011

Nat is a law school professor who ends up in the middle of a prison riot. During the course of everything that happens she realizes that her family especially her father has practically dictated her life. Her work, boyfriend, happiness all was contingent on her family. She spends the time during the book to find herself and her independence.

I enjoyed the book however the writing took some getting used to. I didn't enjoy the way the book jumped spontaneously to the next scene without a real link. For example in one sentence she's having dinner and then the next line she's walking into work the next morning. I also didn't like the fact that the parentheses between conversations were not distinctly telling me who was speaking. Some of them caused me to look back over the sentence again just to verify.

Overall it was a good book, great plot and nice ending.

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