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Book Title: RSVP|
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 461 KB
ISBN 13: 9780857201218
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Reader ratings: 7.3
The author of the book: Helen Warner
Edition: Simon & Schuster
Date of issue: March 1st 2011
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My honest opinion of this book is that it's really quite poor. It's strange because everything in it is so cliche and predictable, and yet really unbelievable at the same time. It's also sickening how reliant the female characters are on men. The whole plot revolves around women being either in love or lovesick, I just felt nauseous the whole way through.
WARNING POSSIBLE SPOILERS
I struggled to like the main character Anna. She seemed so ungrateful and whingey, just not what the protagonist should be like if you want readers to relate to her. The fact that she spent 10 years of her life deeply in love with her teenage boyfriend seems a bit ridiculous, because if she really cared that much about him she would have picked up the phone and called him long ago. Also the part where she sees Toby and her legs buckle, and he actually grabs her and says 'steady' made me nearly give up reading altogether, how embarrassing.
As for Toby, he wasn't likable either. There wasn't much description of his looks either, of what made him stand out so much so that Anna had to devote half of her life to him. To me, he sounded just as pathetic.
Clare was a great character, she was strong, although along came the cliche that she was the career driven lawyer, of course. However, as soon as James came along, I felt that we lost her, because suddenly she had turned to Anna and become a complete wreck over a man.
Ella was the character we were all supposed to hate. I thought that she had way too many bad characteristics for one person, like the author had watched loads of Mean Girls-type chick flicks and decided to roll every single character into one. When it was all put together it just sounded too ridiculous, but by the big happy ending we all like her again of course.
Rachel was the only character I thought was normal, although her part of the story was pretty boring. Jilted at the altar, but she's happy for Toby! Oh yay now we're near the end of the story she feels nothing for him and can settle down with Marco, how convenient.
Everything in this story felt just like that, convenient. It seems as though the men in the story get it easy the whole way through, whilst the women are just desperate for love the whole time. Snooooooooooooze.
Oh and that line from Toby after he and Anna just meet, 'Let's get lost together' THEY HAVE ONLY JUST MET, pass me the sick bucket.
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