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Athletic, outdoor type, good cook, good with people, wanted for work on the canals.... Newly not engaged and suddenly out of work, Julia Fairfax needs a new direction. The classified ad that catches her eye sends her on a delightful, hilarious adventure along the English canals on a rickety old hotel boat. Among the twists and turns, Julia encounters a passel of persnick Athletic, outdoor type, good cook, good with people, wanted for work on the canals.... Newly not engaged and suddenly out of work, Julia Fairfax needs a new direction. The classified ad that catches her eye sends her on a delightful, hilarious adventure along the English canals on a rickety old hotel boat. Among the twists and turns, Julia encounters a passel of persnickety guests, an irritating ex-boyfriend, the challenges of cooking in a galley kitchen the size of a closet, and a whole lot of rattling tea cups. Add some frighteningly narrow bridges to steer through, and you've got the makings of an unforgettable journey. Part romp, part romance, part step-by-step guide to how not to see England's scenic canals, Life Skills will delight fans of intelligent romantic comedy, as well as anyone looking for a few tips on staying afloat.


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Athletic, outdoor type, good cook, good with people, wanted for work on the canals.... Newly not engaged and suddenly out of work, Julia Fairfax needs a new direction. The classified ad that catches her eye sends her on a delightful, hilarious adventure along the English canals on a rickety old hotel boat. Among the twists and turns, Julia encounters a passel of persnick Athletic, outdoor type, good cook, good with people, wanted for work on the canals.... Newly not engaged and suddenly out of work, Julia Fairfax needs a new direction. The classified ad that catches her eye sends her on a delightful, hilarious adventure along the English canals on a rickety old hotel boat. Among the twists and turns, Julia encounters a passel of persnickety guests, an irritating ex-boyfriend, the challenges of cooking in a galley kitchen the size of a closet, and a whole lot of rattling tea cups. Add some frighteningly narrow bridges to steer through, and you've got the makings of an unforgettable journey. Part romp, part romance, part step-by-step guide to how not to see England's scenic canals, Life Skills will delight fans of intelligent romantic comedy, as well as anyone looking for a few tips on staying afloat.

30 review for Life Skills

  1. 5 out of 5

    Pamela

    This is my third Katie Fforde and I found it really disappointing. I got it so that I'd have something quick and light to read on the train to Chicago and I found I had a hard time getting through it. The premise was appealing and the book began promisingly enough: newly single thirty-something takes a job on a hotel boat on the English canals for the spring/summer. But then it devolved into chick-litty throwback fauxmance (I say fauxmance because the romance seemed so contrived). What bugged me This is my third Katie Fforde and I found it really disappointing. I got it so that I'd have something quick and light to read on the train to Chicago and I found I had a hard time getting through it. The premise was appealing and the book began promisingly enough: newly single thirty-something takes a job on a hotel boat on the English canals for the spring/summer. But then it devolved into chick-litty throwback fauxmance (I say fauxmance because the romance seemed so contrived). What bugged me the most was that the main character continually railed against the old-fashioned and patriarchal values of her ex-fiancé and her mother--and presumably her new love interest whose ex-wife left him because she "selfishly" didn't want to give up her career to have babies--but then fell right into them when she found herself "undone." She never effectively stood up to the holders of those attitudes and her mother et al never evolved in their views. Worse still, those views are ultimately, if tacitly, validated.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    Ridiculous plot, syntax in sentence structure was awkward, Why would Fergus even WANT to marry Julia????

  3. 5 out of 5

    Margo

    I tend to like a crabby heroine, but it turns out context is everything. In this case the h is so snippy and exhausting and childish for no good reason that I could never warm to her.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    Julia realises she is playing life so safe that she has practically sleep-walked into marrying a man she doesn't love and actually doesn't really like very much. When she loses out to a promotion she richly deserves to a helpless man, she receives no support from her boyfriend Oscar who agrees with her boss (one of his golfing buddies) that incompetent men should be promoted over capable women. Julia ditches the man and the job and resolves to do something completely different, her eye is caught Julia realises she is playing life so safe that she has practically sleep-walked into marrying a man she doesn't love and actually doesn't really like very much. When she loses out to a promotion she richly deserves to a helpless man, she receives no support from her boyfriend Oscar who agrees with her boss (one of his golfing buddies) that incompetent men should be promoted over capable women. Julia ditches the man and the job and resolves to do something completely different, her eye is caught by an advert in The Lady for cabin crew for a narrowboat and thus starts her new adventure. Pardon the pun, life isn't all plain sailing. Julia's new boss Suzie is a charming Sloane Ranger type (do we call them that anymore?), a bit of an airhead who has always been supported by daddy's money and doesn't have any normal life skills (like cleaning toilets or frying eggs). The other crew member is a surly man who refuses to do anything other than tinker with the engines and then leaves them in the lurch when the first passengers are about to arrive. Luckily Julia and Suzie are rescued by the serendipitous arrival of Julia's childhood arch enemy Fergus, with a book her mother wanted him to deliver. Julia might dislike Fergus, especially since his mother and hers have been matchmaking them since they were eight years old, but he is certainly a handy man to have around the narrowboats and the passengers love him. I read a review which said that 'although all of Fforde’s novels feature the same plot and are achingly middle class, they are usually a nice relaxing read' and I couldn't agree more, especially about the achingly middle class bit. This was first published in 1999 and it reflects some of the attitudes of that time (although TBH I don't think even then people were as strait-laced about unmarried women having children as this book would have you believe) as many other readers have mentioned. But if you can accept that then this is a lovely gentle romance, with a host of eccentric and lovable passengers, a stalwart hero to whose virtues Julia is wilfully blind and the glories of the English countryside.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vel

    Posh tosh that sinks like a stone… This was the first of Katie Fforde’s books I have read. Having been recommended her books by several people, as well as having read some rave reviews by other Goodreads members I was looking forward to discovering and enjoying her books. I thought reading about the sea-change to Julia’s life and career - from a high-flying Oxfordshire estate agent to a cook living and working on a canal boat earning peanuts – would make for an interesting read, but I think I ch Posh tosh that sinks like a stone… This was the first of Katie Fforde’s books I have read. Having been recommended her books by several people, as well as having read some rave reviews by other Goodreads members I was looking forward to discovering and enjoying her books. I thought reading about the sea-change to Julia’s life and career - from a high-flying Oxfordshire estate agent to a cook living and working on a canal boat earning peanuts – would make for an interesting read, but I think I chose the wrong book for my first… It was sadly a disappointing read that gave me far less enjoyment than I first expected. The earlier chapters were actually alright and definitely the most enjoyable, but as the story sailed on I found myself enjoying it less and less right to the end (if at all). I could not wait to escape this sinking boat of a book and put myself out of my misery. I found that, at best, a lot of the characters were not particularly likeable and irritating. I thought Julia was a rather boring protagonist and certainly no heroine – I often found her to be horribly selfish and spoiled, treating some undeserving people like crap. She has still not really grown up, does not do things because it is what her mum 'wants', and does not know what she wants from life. She was incredibly annoying – primarily because she changes her constantly changes her mind about how she feels about people and situations. I often felt I would have preferred to have read Suzy’s own story. The worst characters of all (Oscar and his vile mother Mrs Anstruther) could be hellish, and this sometimes made for unpleasant reading (not what I expect from chick-lit, as you'll see later). I also had a problem with the inconsistent structure and poor plotting – it either jumped from one event or feeling to another so suddenly, or repeated parts over and over again to the point where I knew almost word-for-word what would happen. For a short and light read, ‘Life Skills’ is too much of a drag, with too few ‘feel good’ moments and, surprising twists. I also found the views of individuals such as the Anstruthers and questioned the credibility of the apparent attitudes of the modern society portrayed – granted, the story focuses on privileged people with conservative attitudes, yet it often felt like reading a book set in the 1950s (especially since I assumed it to be set around the time of publication, in 1999?) But, now, let’s not be too harsh. After all, ‘Life Skills’ is harmless, sweet chick-lit, right? What this book does have in in common with this genre is that it is merely light rubbish you’ll forget as soon as you’ve finished reading. But compared with the other popular authors of this genre I enjoy reading, it was still disappointing even for chick-lit. What I particularly love about occasionally indulging myself in this genre (which is not my number one favourite, either) is that it is a delicious literary sweet-treat - often making for a highly-addictive, quick read that you start to love quickly and continuously, can’t put it down and subsequently read in a few sittings. This is everything I love about reading chick-lit. However, I can honestly say I find it difficult to think of a single chick-lit novel I’ve read in my life (and I have devoured many!) that haven’t met at least some of this criteria. Sadly, 'Life Skills' failed to meet any of it. A review from a popular women’s lifestyle magazine detailed on the blurb reads: “the perfect summer read”. I feel a more accurate description is “the perfect load of tosh”.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Laura Elisabeth

    I was disappointed by this book. I expected a fluffy, funny read with an undercurrent of class and gender tensions, but instead got a rather sloppy, superficial read with inconsistent characters and tone. The plot hits what seems to be a natural ending half-way through and then drags on for many more chapters. I feel that it does not provide a satisfying romance or picture of modern single women.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    I love Katie Fforde's books. Yes, they are chick lit. They are fun, they make you laugh, they end up with a happy ending, but that is in spite of the characters, not because of them. Ms. Fforde manages to make her women funny but not silly, smart in most ways, but quite obtuse and obstinate in others. The characters are enjoyable, endearing and entertaining. I love Katie Fforde's books. Yes, they are chick lit. They are fun, they make you laugh, they end up with a happy ending, but that is in spite of the characters, not because of them. Ms. Fforde manages to make her women funny but not silly, smart in most ways, but quite obtuse and obstinate in others. The characters are enjoyable, endearing and entertaining.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Somjai

    Oh dear. This was just bad. Bad. Bad. Bad. I only gave it the one star because I learned about narrowboats and have a new dream vacation.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Katie Fforde is my favorite. So glad I randomly discovered her decades ago on a library shelf. Her books are worth reading over & over, which I have with this one. The fun of being on the canals with all her wonderful characters is a world we wish we could all be in.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    I loved this book especially the part on the boat which is why I picked this up, but the last third of the book off the boat and the baby stuff was the funniest. First read when I stumbled on it in the library around 2000-2001, found the ebook and decided a reread was in order glad I did. Would recommend to non-romance fans as this is not a bodice ripper just an interesting fun read on starting an unusual business.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    If I wasn't reading this on an iPad I would have thrown it on the ground numerous times. This is the second Katie Fforde I've read and unfortunately it's worse than my first. It's really made me wonder why Katie Fforde is so popular. Once again, there is a promising start due to a good premise and interesting setting. But the relationship of the main couple makes no sense to me. Julia hates Fergus because he was mean to her when they were kids. They meet up as adults - she still hates him - they If I wasn't reading this on an iPad I would have thrown it on the ground numerous times. This is the second Katie Fforde I've read and unfortunately it's worse than my first. It's really made me wonder why Katie Fforde is so popular. Once again, there is a promising start due to a good premise and interesting setting. But the relationship of the main couple makes no sense to me. Julia hates Fergus because he was mean to her when they were kids. They meet up as adults - she still hates him - they hardly speak to each other, and yet he kisses her passionately when he leaves her group after a few days!? There was barely a longing glance to forewarn that he has a thing for her, so the kiss seems more like harassment than romance. It does get better in the second half, but I think I am starting to see a pattern of poor relationship development in her books.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lolly K Dandeneau

    Nothing against the novel but it may have just been too light a read for me on the heels of the other books I've recently devoured. Or maybe my issue is that women in these type of stories always find love so easily with a neat little ending. We meet Julia Fairfax searching for a change after getting passed over for a man less qualified than her, and then she throws her snobbish fiance to the side as well. She soon lands a job as a cook working on the English Canals, on an old hotel boat and the Nothing against the novel but it may have just been too light a read for me on the heels of the other books I've recently devoured. Or maybe my issue is that women in these type of stories always find love so easily with a neat little ending. We meet Julia Fairfax searching for a change after getting passed over for a man less qualified than her, and then she throws her snobbish fiance to the side as well. She soon lands a job as a cook working on the English Canals, on an old hotel boat and there comes the ex-fiance and his nightmare mother, guests and of course love interest from her youthful past. It was cute, for what it is... a light romantic romp.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Amin

    The romantic plot of this book was so similar to paradise fields, I was almost ready to give up on author. However, the library is on short supply of authors that I really enjoy, so I'm going to give her one more try. Hopefully it won't be another, quick romantic rendezvous and regret it situation. The romantic plot of this book was so similar to paradise fields, I was almost ready to give up on author. However, the library is on short supply of authors that I really enjoy, so I'm going to give her one more try. Hopefully it won't be another, quick romantic rendezvous and regret it situation.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    I enjoyed the first two thirds of the book much more than the last third. Julia's life changing decision and new path becomes conventional and boring. I was extremely frustrated by the lack of depth for the male protagonist who is seemingly perfect but the reader never fully knows. I enjoyed the first two thirds of the book much more than the last third. Julia's life changing decision and new path becomes conventional and boring. I was extremely frustrated by the lack of depth for the male protagonist who is seemingly perfect but the reader never fully knows.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    Now I really want to go travel the English canals on a hotel boat. But sheesh, what a silly woman! And yes, I know there are people like that.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Light and fun read for the beach

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nicki Adams

    Not my favourite Katie Fforde book. Predictable and a little disappointing.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Preeti Rajput

    The story starts with Julia breaking up with her fiancé Oscar and losing her job to someone younger and less experienced than her. Her horrible boss happened to be a friend of Oscar, although he has no role in her termination. She starts looking for a new job and found an opportunity as a cook on a boat. Regarding this, she meets the owner– a young, daddy’s little princess, who has no idea what to do with her life. Together they embark on a journey where both emerge out as sounder person. Julia, The story starts with Julia breaking up with her fiancé Oscar and losing her job to someone younger and less experienced than her. Her horrible boss happened to be a friend of Oscar, although he has no role in her termination. She starts looking for a new job and found an opportunity as a cook on a boat. Regarding this, she meets the owner– a young, daddy’s little princess, who has no idea what to do with her life. Together they embark on a journey where both emerge out as sounder person. Julia, already 34 years old and not married, is constantly bugged by Oscar’s mother and other women about that. This point has been repeated over and over by different characters in different situations. One fine day her childhood family friend Fergus enters the boat. She is not happy about it because of horrible childhood memories with him. The moment he enters the boat, the storyline becomes predictable as Oscar is also onboard. Oscar helps her out and crew every time, and seems to be a charming guy. His mother is an impossible person with her brash and brusque talks. Fergus is also a nice guy, and it becomes difficult to understand her constant rejection for him, who is always in to lend a helping hand. Seldom Julia’s thoughts become annoying, and I wanted to hold her shoulders and shake her to ask - what's wrong with this guy? This book is not for intricate plots, in-depth romance, or heart-wrenching separation. The purpose is to give a light-hearted book ­­. It is the kind of book you would like to bring to a beach holiday to relax. Do not expect a page-turner kind of fiction but simple and witty humor.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Meeeriams Fleep

    Pretty much a chick flick. I couldn't tell. Didn't read the blurb when I 'one-click' ordered it on kindle. It read like a chick flick movie, and the story didn't pace itself very well but I was certainly invested. I finished it in a day. Why would Fergus want to marry Julia, though? I only ever saw her being rude and horrible to him. It really made no sense. There was no story building, no getting to know each other. nothing. Just lots of assumptions on Julia's part on events which happened as ch Pretty much a chick flick. I couldn't tell. Didn't read the blurb when I 'one-click' ordered it on kindle. It read like a chick flick movie, and the story didn't pace itself very well but I was certainly invested. I finished it in a day. Why would Fergus want to marry Julia, though? I only ever saw her being rude and horrible to him. It really made no sense. There was no story building, no getting to know each other. nothing. Just lots of assumptions on Julia's part on events which happened as children - any adult human being wouldn't be so hung up on something that happened that long ago, unless it was significant in some way, and there was nothing to suggest their encounters WERE significant. The author seemed to hint that Julia was 'suppressing her feelings', but really there seemed to be no logical reason why she should do so. One would expect her to at least be civil to someone she had known as a child. It seemed like her 'pregnancy' hormones started right at the beginning. The structure was horrendously poor. I didn't see any reason why the two ought to be together, and all the 'proving' at the end was ridiculous. It read like a poorly concocted film one watches on Netflix for lack of anything better to watch.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty Hoggons

    I like the idea of his book. Giving up your job and your entire life to go and work on a boat seems like a lot of fun, but also hard work. I don't want to give too many spoilers away but it does seem a little bit unrealistic that Uncle Ralph would give his niece the boats for a season to see if she could cope. I mean it could have ended up being a disaster. Fergus is such a wonderful character and Julia really treats him badly which I do not approve of at all. I hated how she pushed him out of h I like the idea of his book. Giving up your job and your entire life to go and work on a boat seems like a lot of fun, but also hard work. I don't want to give too many spoilers away but it does seem a little bit unrealistic that Uncle Ralph would give his niece the boats for a season to see if she could cope. I mean it could have ended up being a disaster. Fergus is such a wonderful character and Julia really treats him badly which I do not approve of at all. I hated how she pushed him out of her life and decided when he could and could not be involved. I do feel that this book was a little bit long and it didn't need to be that long but it was well written and very descriptive which are both a big plus to me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    I read this book years ago. It came back to mind on our recent trip to England. We stayed in hotel alongside the canals of Brentford Lock. All I remembered was that setting was along canals so decided I would reread. It occurs to me now that I wiped this book from my memory for good reason. The women in this story are annoying. They carry on about wanting to be independent, self sufficient women yet they continually wait for people to bail them out. One bats her eyelashes and takes advantage of I read this book years ago. It came back to mind on our recent trip to England. We stayed in hotel alongside the canals of Brentford Lock. All I remembered was that setting was along canals so decided I would reread. It occurs to me now that I wiped this book from my memory for good reason. The women in this story are annoying. They carry on about wanting to be independent, self sufficient women yet they continually wait for people to bail them out. One bats her eyelashes and takes advantage of every man that comes along. The other says she doesn't want children, yet doesn't bother with birth control. You can guess out that turns out. Ugh!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Great way to get introductory details & terminology for the How-To of running a hotel boat on English canals. This is what kept me reading. More generally,I it's chicklit with tons of stereotypes and predictability. Good juggling of a rather large cast of characters and several subplots, but not particularly elegant plotting or personality reveals. May be just the right light fun for any Anglophiles seeking a new lens on Brit life mixed with Hallmark movie 'depth.' [Personal note: Always hopeful Great way to get introductory details & terminology for the How-To of running a hotel boat on English canals. This is what kept me reading. More generally,I it's chicklit with tons of stereotypes and predictability. Good juggling of a rather large cast of characters and several subplots, but not particularly elegant plotting or personality reveals. May be just the right light fun for any Anglophiles seeking a new lens on Brit life mixed with Hallmark movie 'depth.' [Personal note: Always hopeful a new Jasper Fforde will be on the library shelf, it's not fair to Katie & her totally different genre for me to pick this as some sort of 'consolation read.']

  23. 4 out of 5

    Louise

    While the book was far better written than the last one I read, the underlying faults of the main character not accepting that she's in love with a guy and focusing on a childhood experience is annoying and painful at times. I couldn't understand why she didn't just admit it to herself and save herself a lot of hassle! The other aspect of the book that was annoying was most characters' opinions that women should be old-fashioned.....yet nothing comes from this in proving them wrong etc....she ju While the book was far better written than the last one I read, the underlying faults of the main character not accepting that she's in love with a guy and focusing on a childhood experience is annoying and painful at times. I couldn't understand why she didn't just admit it to herself and save herself a lot of hassle! The other aspect of the book that was annoying was most characters' opinions that women should be old-fashioned.....yet nothing comes from this in proving them wrong etc....she just falls into the life that everyone expects from women, even though she was adamant that wasn't her at the start of the book....I won't be reading another Katie Fjorde book anytime soon....

  24. 4 out of 5

    Briana

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Antiquated and Preachy, I love chick lit but I like strong woman leads. This started out good it seemed like a person who quit bad job challenge herself to try something new. the whole oh I am so old at 34 and such was a bit of a downer but when she just ignores other problems and feels slutty for having sex. THe author then puts in her two cents on abortion and of course how wrong a single family is blah blah blah . I gave it a two because at least I made it part way through before I had to just Antiquated and Preachy, I love chick lit but I like strong woman leads. This started out good it seemed like a person who quit bad job challenge herself to try something new. the whole oh I am so old at 34 and such was a bit of a downer but when she just ignores other problems and feels slutty for having sex. THe author then puts in her two cents on abortion and of course how wrong a single family is blah blah blah . I gave it a two because at least I made it part way through before I had to just give it up.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Everard

    I found this one quite difficult to get into and I usually love Katie Ffordes books. The storyline just seemed so unrealistic and the way the characters were portrayed felt very far from how they would really be for their ages in real life. Especially with the way they would interact with each other. It felt a little dated in that respect. I got through it and it's not overly bad but it was tough going for a while. Shame as her others really are fab! I found this one quite difficult to get into and I usually love Katie Ffordes books. The storyline just seemed so unrealistic and the way the characters were portrayed felt very far from how they would really be for their ages in real life. Especially with the way they would interact with each other. It felt a little dated in that respect. I got through it and it's not overly bad but it was tough going for a while. Shame as her others really are fab!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Adeline Kam

    This is not an easy book to read, unlike other books by Katie Fforde. I don't really enjoy reading this book. I find it difficult to get into the story at the beginning because too many technical terms / jargon on the boating and canal matters. I like the 2nd part of the story though, when they are on land. I think this story could have been better if it were about a restaurant boat. But I managed to finish this book instead of giving it up. This is not an easy book to read, unlike other books by Katie Fforde. I don't really enjoy reading this book. I find it difficult to get into the story at the beginning because too many technical terms / jargon on the boating and canal matters. I like the 2nd part of the story though, when they are on land. I think this story could have been better if it were about a restaurant boat. But I managed to finish this book instead of giving it up.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This remains my least favorite Katie Fforde novel, primarily because the heroine is so clueless and ridiculous. Its hard to see why she has two men in love with her, and why one persists despite her attempts to push him out of her life entirely (because she assumes a) he doesn't love her and b) they want completely different things in life). And somehow her "feminist" thinking just makes her a huge jerk to the men in her life. And they want her anyway. This remains my least favorite Katie Fforde novel, primarily because the heroine is so clueless and ridiculous. Its hard to see why she has two men in love with her, and why one persists despite her attempts to push him out of her life entirely (because she assumes a) he doesn't love her and b) they want completely different things in life). And somehow her "feminist" thinking just makes her a huge jerk to the men in her life. And they want her anyway.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Willems

    This book is simply so horrible that I put it in our paper bin as soon as I had it finished. What a waste of my, or anyone else's, time. I actually find it sad that no one that matters in the literary world seems to have told the writer this? The plot is just so thin and utterly predictable, the writing itself is never anywhere near interesting, I simply can't fathom that this was even published (sorry, dear writer!). This book is simply so horrible that I put it in our paper bin as soon as I had it finished. What a waste of my, or anyone else's, time. I actually find it sad that no one that matters in the literary world seems to have told the writer this? The plot is just so thin and utterly predictable, the writing itself is never anywhere near interesting, I simply can't fathom that this was even published (sorry, dear writer!).

  29. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth King

    Oh my, I wonder how much my rating is influenced by my utter dislike of the main character. What I think are meant to be feminist principles come over to me as a bad tempered romantic in denial. Luckily everything falls into her middle class lap without too much effort. I read this years ago and wish I hadn’t revisited it. I remembered it as a lovely romp about a summer spent on the canals. I think the title is misleading: the main character didn’t learn anything except how to drive.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pam Cummins

    I enjoyed the first half of the book when they were on the canals but the second half of the book really went downhill for me and I had to check at one point that it wasn’t written in the 50’s or 60’s as the attitudes expressed seemed really old fashioned. Just found the main character irritating which I never think is a good thing!

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