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Watching Willow Watts by Talli Roland
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Sep 20, 2011

really liked it
Read in September, 2011

In this short novel Talli Roland tells a blithe tale about when ordinary people are confronted with big changes. The storytelling is skillful and told with humor and heart. The characters are portrayed realistically with no airbrushing or cosmetic cover ups--we see the good and the bad and love or detest them for who and what they are.

The message in the book is a good one portrayed in an entertaining way. The story deals with people with empty spaces in their lives that need filling. Roland examines how people try to fill the empty places by living vicariously through the lives of others on YouTube and reality TV.

This is a easy read that is uplifting and funny. The story drives home the positive message of acceptance of self and living life instead of just watching others live theirs.


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