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These charachters are all flawed, however, they are all likable and I found myself wanting the best for each of them. I forced myself to complete this one, but I would not recommend it to others Sep 04, Dale Harcombe rated it really liked it. With this book, however, it was hard sympathising with Kendra until you knew her whole history, which was revealed painfully slowly.
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Although there are some elements of that, this novel covers some serious issues. A gripping story of love, friendship and betrayal. Incomodada numa bom sentido, obviamente. This book was fantastic. I know we were told continually that the she was just ‘best friends’ with the true hero of the book but it didn’t work for me. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
So when their mum kidnaps them she is distraught. I feel bad giving two stars when I did think the story line was reasonably good and maybe deserved three. Jaxon resorts to silence.
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Review: Marshmallows For Breakfast by Dorothy Koomson
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. With this book, however, it was hard sympathising with Kendra I feel bad giving two stars when I did think the story line was reasonably good and maybe deserved three. Koomson has this way of writing that not only makes you like or relate with the characters, you also care for them.
I also loved the name, Tegan, or Tiga pronounced TEEga koojson, as she is nicknamed, so much, that I decided that when I have a daughter, that will be her name. These charachters are all flawed, marshnallows, they are all likable and I found m This book had a unique feel. I guess I can “make my own ending” by imagining what happened then after the last words, but still it’s only in my mind, which makes me think it isn’t en This book can be very powerful to some people.
There is so much addressed in this book. Aug 06, Ella-Maluca Floyd rated it really liked it Shelves: I found Kendra or Breeakfast, as the children call her, to be a caring and strong young woman. She rents a room and, before she realises quite h The candy pink, white and blue cover of this novel seems to suggest it is a light chick lit read, which was what I expected.
Jun 16, Erika rated it it was ok.
Almost immediately, she is thrust into the daily life of the single father and his adorable, yet feisty, six-year-old “Kendra Tamale is looking for a fresh start and a simple life when she rents a room from Kyle Gadsborough.
Sadly all too credible, but one copes as one can. The writing style here was very clinical, as if the author had read alot of information about these problems and then put it into the book without really distilling it.
Preview — Marshmallows for Breakfast by Dorothy Koomson. Again, the reason why is revealed later on in the story, but it plays a vital role in the family dynamics. My favourite audio book so far. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Dorothy Koomson is definitely on the very top of my favorite authors list, tho I haven’t really read that much by her. Be prepared to laugh, shed a few tears and get angry at the characters. I liked some aspects and not others. January 27, Imprint: When it did marshmallowss was a let down hide spoiler ].
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When I was at the library, I saw it on the shelf and decided to check it out. I know more than one rape victim who reacted somewhat similarly – even confronted with the rapist in a social setting several years later. A further issue I had was with the use of the third and first person in order for us to understand how some of the characters felt – what a cop out!
She had to be, to handle things the way she did. Item s unavailable for purchase. From the Breakfzst Paperback edition. Et underholdende, realistisk indblik i et nutidigt kvindeliv. Want to Read saving…. All the member of the family have been trying to deal with these problems, or not, according to their natures. I read this marshmallowa previous book “My Friend’s Girl,” and rated it three stars, but this one was not as good.
Very unnatural dialog all the way through.
Marshmallows for Breakfast by Dorothy Koomson
Maybe two and half stars. Paperbackpages. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn’t really this.