What’s it about?
Ballet! This novel takes you into the world of ballet. Joan is a member of the ensemble; a dancer who knows she will never be talented enough to be a star. She finds herself pregnant and the novel follows her as she builds a new life.
What did it make me think about?
The world of dance is a cold, cold place!
Should I read it?
This was another good quick beach read. Their are no real surprises but you turn the pages anyway. It is quick and keeps your interest, but it is predictable and the writing is predictable as well!
If you like this try-
Russian Winter by Daphne Kolotay
Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild
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on my nightstand
edge of your seat
― Charles William Eliot
3 to 4- I found some aspect of this book redeeming but would not recommend it.
5 to 6- I really enjoyed something about this book (characters, plot, meaning etc.) but it was uneven. Some aspects were stronger than others.
7 to 8- It was a good book. I liked lots of aspects of this book. I would recommend it.
9 to 10- I was sorry to turn the last page. I highly recommend this book!