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Welcome to My Planet
Welcome to My Planet
Author: Shannon Olson
ISBN: 860
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Book Type: Paperback
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Bookfanatic avatar reviewed Welcome to My Planet on
Helpful Score: 2
There's really no plot to this book. It's more like a chat with a friend about all sorts of things that would interest a young 20-something - loser boyfriend, boring job, jerk of a boss, etc. However, it's not lighthearted or funny in the way Bridget Jones's Diary is. I found the lead character depressing. Much as I tried, I couldn't get into this book despite several attempts to make a go of it. I gave up half way because I refused to plod through another 100 pages just to say that I finished the book.
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Helpful Score: 1
A funny easy read!
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Helpful Score: 1
I thought this was a really funny book!
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reviewed Welcome to My Planet on + 5 more book reviews
a great entertaining read. women can definitely relate to the neurosis of the main character
mugndoli avatar reviewed Welcome to My Planet on + 91 more book reviews
eh- a book about a woman with depression who has absolutely no reason to be depressed. i do understand that depression is a mental issue but i have to say that this book makes me want to scream at this lady to just get over it and move on! (and i do indeed suffer from depression- funny, no?) it was an ok book but pretty much pointless. the mother was the only thing that kept me going. do yourself a favor- skip this book and read something worth it...
reviewed Welcome to My Planet on + 9 more book reviews
Good book. Reminds me alot of "Ask Again Later" by Jill A. Davis
reviewed Welcome to My Planet on + 10 more book reviews
I loved this book - I had a lot in common with the character Shannon Olson who seems to be based on the author.


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