As with most of Cecelia's books, there is a magical/imaginative side to the book which I think shows Cecelia's unique storytelling style and I enjoyed this side to the book. It was a slightly unusual idea, about meeting someone who was your 'Life' but Cecelia writes as if it is a regular occurrence and I certainly enjoyed this unusual idea - sometimes I think it would be a very useful meeting to have.
i really enjoyed the book, another story in which i could loose myself in. The story was believable, a girl who felt sorry for herself, was working to pay the rent but not taking pleasure in her work, going through the motions of the day and not much else, something I am sure many of us can relate too. It is a story many of us could relate to and I am sure many of us will take points from the story away with us after reading this book.
I would recommend this book as a great gift for female friends and/or family members who are going through a bad point in their life and need to read something uplifting and fun. There are many times of laughter and happiness throughout the book.
Thank you to the publishers, Harper Collins, for sending me this book to me to review.