A very short but poignant book. Brief letters, which only skim the surface of what happened then. But a complete story, which brings a humanized version of how the events then, effected various people and groups.
This is the 3rd book of a series. Details of those stories are brought up in this, so you don't need to read them to understand this story. (Although doing it out of order may ruin the first story - since you know how things end up)
I liked the first one much better than this - this seemed to repeat WAY too much about the relationship of people and history. Also, on the audio - when chapter change to a new narrator - the reader really didn't distinguish - so you had to listen to details (Ie "my sister", "my Baby", "my fiance") for a sentence or too - to figure out which characters "turn" it was.)
Overall, wasn't terrible, but I also didn't find myself too invested in the characters or storyline.
In some ways, very similiar to the first two - but in others much, much different. The book spans her entire college life, and is extremly sexual in nature. While I enjoyed reading since it caused me in some ways to reminice on people I knew and my college experiences (where I graduated 15 years ago) - I'm not sure I really liked/related to the Jessica that was telling this story.
Was given to me by someone cleaning out her bookshelf after a garage sale. Many recipes for baking cookies (I am in a cookie swap every year which is why she though I might like it) Unfortently, with my electric stove - baking new things isn't really an option right now.
Wasn't a bad read, but not near the rave reviews I had read about it. (I liked "As Seen on TV" and read that people thought this was better). I should add though I am in my late 30's, so probably not the typical age group reader for this author.