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Riding the Bus with My Sister by Rachel Simon
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Sep 08, 11

bookshelves: couldn-t-finish
Read from September 07 to 08, 2011

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.... Oh, what... huh?? I got to page 88 and I'm done with this thing. Boooooooooring. I guess I'm just not a fan of feel-good true stories that teach me lessons about life. After the 3rd (or so) bus driver gave his uninterrupted, full-page monologue about the life lessons he's learned and that he's passing on to Rachel Simon, I decided enough's enough. Somehow I have trouble believing that this is exactly how things happened. And I think I'm done learning lessons. 1)Be nice. 2)Don't treat different people mean 3)Love life and love love. 4)Slow down and smell the roses. 5)Ambition is evil and you should get married instead. I'm pretty sure I already know what's going to happen in the rest of this. Beth will teach her sister about what's "really important" and Rachel will finally find that husband she's been missing and finally her womanhood will come to fruition.
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