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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2002

    Good read.

    Casey Evers seemingly has the perfect life. All her choices to date have been good, too good. She is living a perfect good girl's life, and is bored out of her mind, and losing herself in the process, she fears. Before she settles into a career that will mean long hours and little fun, she goes off to Greece with her best friends for one last shot at having fun.<BR><BR>As the three friends tour the magical island, Casey begins to discover herself through a series of sexual encounters and becomes unsure if she wants to settle for her boring boyfriend. She fears she is smothering her personality to accomodate John's lifestyle, and finds Billy and Francesco much more exiciting to be with than he ever was. So, when John shows up, what will she do?<BR><BR>** This first person novel of self discovery is targeted to a narrow audience, thus many readers will find the fickle heroine difficult to relate to or to give much sympathy. Also, the lack of a definite hero is a drawback. However, the setting is beautiful, and vividly painted so that one feels that they are able to visit Greece vicariously. ** </p><BR> Reviewed by Amanda Killgore.

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