This may be my new favorite James Rubart book, edging out Rooms.
I think part of the reason I enjoyed this book so much, was I think this is the first time that Rubart’s main character is a woman. I could relate so well with Allison. Her struggles to be successful and to feel “good enough.”
Rubart did a fabulous job portraying what it is like to strive to be good enough for a parent or a boss or a significant other. I really could relate to her and her pain. The story spoke to me on a very deep level.
The other aspects of the story with her brother and mother were also very good. Sadly, portray what too many face in our world today.
The best part of the story, I can’t share in the review. Wouldn’t want to give too much away! But if you are a James Rubart fan you will be over the top excited! If you’re new to Rubart, you won’t see the significance of some of the key characters in this story.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via netgalley.com. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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