Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Good Luck With That by Kristen Higgins

They became fast friends at a fat camp when they made plans to be thin and do things fat girls can't.  But one of them does not have that much time...

Berkley and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published August 7th.

When one of the three dies, she gives them copies of those long ago goals and asks them to complete them.  She makes them promise.

While this is a good look at what you can do to yourself with old tapes of the past, it's also a look at what you can do if you make up your mind to just try.  Try to set aside the past, create yourself a new future.  What is, is.  It's hard but it can be done.

They find themselves facing ghosts from the past, dealing with secrets they didn't know, and finding hope for a future they couldn't see before.  Never give up.  This is a story of hope and love.

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