Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Tully

Tully Makker is from the wrong side of the tracks and not always easy to like, and I the same goes for the book itself.

Tully by Paullina Simons takes you through a rollercoaster of emotions. Sometimes you love it, sometimes you hate it, sometimes you want to give up on it altogether, but can't put it down.

On the front cover, it says "for anyone who has ever had to choose", and, true to her word Paullina Simons keeps you hanging on until the end, going crazy trying to figure out which direction this young woman's life is going to take.

Will she follow the path of her dear friend Jennifer? Or Julie? Will she follow her lust to the seaside? Or will she realise her life is not so bad after all and stay?

Full of disconcerting twists and turns that throw you off the scent of the last page, Tully is the most stressful book I have ever read.

Tully gives you a good hard look at the intricacies of life and how most of the time, we end up in a place we never expected to.

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