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Brown Girl, Brownstones

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2007

    This isn't the greatest book to read for fun.

    If you like drama, problems that women go through and sad moments in someone¿s life, then you would like Brown Girl, Brownstones because this book has a lot drama in which one woman goes through in her life. I personally did not like this book for many reasons. I found it very difficult because there were a lot of advance words. Also the book is in third person and the book can became confusing at times of dialogue. I think that this book would appeal more to a woman than a guy because of the problems in this book. This book is full of drama and women type problems because this book shows the hard things that women go through. One big drama situation in this book is when the main character, Selina, is I a very serious relationship with a man named Clives. Clives has family issues of his own and does not really give Selina the attention she really deserves in her relationship with Clives. The problems that Clives and Selina start facing begin to interfere in there relationship and drama begins to happen. The settings that take place in the book are specific to where you can visualize them, buy then start getting confusing. For example, when Selina goes to her mom¿s work the author describes the setting a little too much to the point when you get confused. This book does not have many important characters which is helpful because you can remember the main characters better. My favorite character in this book was Selina¿s dad. He was a good guy who dreamed and was very positive even trough bad times. Besides the times the book may get confusing the book may get confusing, it is still a pretty good book and if liked what I said, then you will like this book.

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