Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Book Review: Between, Georgia

This year, I made a goal to try to branch out of my typical book selections to broaden my taste and this happened to be one of the "chances" I took. Between, Georgia by Joshilyn Jackson was a pretty easy read, but it didn't exactly grab me and I think that's just because it happened to be unrealtable to me. With that being said, it you are looking for a book to breeze through on a plane ride, this might be for you.

By the title you can obviously guess that this book is set in the south in a small town called Between. It follows a woman named Nonny and the family feud she happens to be caught between. It follows her on a self discovery journey as she struggles with her divorce and figuring out just where she fits in her family and what she wants out of life.

I have a tendency to pick and like heavy subject mattered books and this just didn't fit into that category. While this particular one didn't do too much for me, I think I will try a couple of more light books this year and maybe find one that I can relate a little more to. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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