Review: A Hundred Pieces of Me
This is a very romantic story (wait, do I read romantic stories? Do not tell anyone and ruin my badass reputation. Please!). It is a also a sad story.
It starts out really interesting. Gina has gone through some bad things and has to piece her life together again. Some things happened in the past, that you are curious about. Shaping her new future leads to some unexpected new acquaintances.
Interesting, entertaining and definitely working on your (my) mood. That is how I would describe the first half of the book. But then the story somehow spirals away into almost nothing. I do not know exactly how this happens, but it certainly has to do with the fact that I found it goes on way too long. I started losing interest in what exactly happened in the passed. The present was no better. I did finish the book, but the magic of the first half had long disappeared.