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Misfortune Cookie by Michele Gorman
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Jun 15, 12

bookshelves: first-reads
Read in June, 2012

Hannah seems, on the surface, to be a self absorbed ditz, which I have to admit in the beginning of the book completely irritated me beyond belief. Having not read the previous book first it took me a while to find all the redeeming qualities in her character. In this book, Hannah seems to be "growing" into a better person. I love the interaction between characters. I look forward to seeing what Hannah does in the next installment...cause honestly with that ending there HAS to be another one.

This book was very well written just like the previous one, and I'm sure all the ones to come. My most favorite part about this book was really in the writing. Michele has a way of describing the settings in this book of Hong Kong that make you believe you are right there seeing, feeling and smelling everything that is Hong Kong. This, coupled with the characters and interesting story make for a wonderful read for anyone.
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