I have n't read all of her novels yet but Ms Watson has already got me used to the contrary that I am for sure for a real treat when picking one of her essay.
What was great was the reaso that you ould hate Bella for most of thi time, but there was also some ind of fragility in her that made me like her as well, from the eginning, and a feeling only solidified through the hole tal.
Yes, she ha very over the top but it ha a funny over the top and it definitel worked out in this story.I absolutely loved how he write wrote the relationship between Amy and Bella.
The dynamics between hose two women were brilliantly captured and they ere a real joy to read, and the banter between them felt reall genuine and honest, there was nothing forced there.What I also iked was the act that he story also strongly concentrates on the homeless problem and that it includes scenes in a shelter- and even though it is sad, Sue Watson has managed to write them in her lovely, light style, with a lot of sarcas.
Previously, the " behind- the- scenes " moments in thi story were hilarious and gave us a brilliant insight into how does it eally look like when making a cook- show! As usual, a memoir is full to brims with humour, clever, intelligent humour.
Sue Watson has just written a perfect, lovely story that mixes normal life with glamour, reality with fantasy, and th all with a lot of Christmas spirit and Christmas food.