It takes a lot to catch my attention these days. So, books have taken the backseat, and that’s sad considering how much I loved to read. I was always the kid who sat at the breakfast table reading the cereal boxes.
I use to belong to one of those old book clubs that would send out new books each month. It was similar to Columbia House records if you are even old enough to know what that was. I’ve always gone with stories that sounded interesting. With non-typical authors because I loved to explore different writing styles and story lines. I’ve never been much on the popular authors. Except for Danielle Steel because it was my mother’s favorite author and I have many fond memories of those books.
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I did choose to read The Divorce Papers. I knew it would be full of girl type drama and it was. I like how the book is in letters and emails. This is not your typical book, but as a social media girl, I could appreciate it more.
The story is in the form of emails, letters and court documents to get the point across. I’ve never actually gone through a divorce, but I could feel the emotions that the author was trying to paint for us. The court documents were a little stale and boring, so I was skipping some of those pages when they would come up because after the court documents there would be an email or letter going into more detail in an easier and less stale manner.
To explain the story line and read a memo or email out load to my husband when I found something funny or entertaining. I do suggest this book. It’s an easy read plus great for people like me who can lose interest easily. So, I’ll leave a link below if you would like to purchase the book from Amazon.
I was sent The Divorce Papers by Susan Rieger in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own, as always. I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.