Thursday, August 15, 2013

Review: The Life List By: Lori Nelson Spielman

The Life ListThe Life List by Lori Nelson Spielman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Brett Bohlinger has just lost her mom, her world feels unraveled, and although she assumed that things would be just fine.. at the reading of the will her mother has demanded that she finish a life list that was made when Brett was fourteen.
At thirty four Brett doesn't want a pony, she doesn't even know whether she wants a dog and these are the "easy" parts of the list. Falling in love, well, the man she is with in the beginning truly holds a lesson on what love isn't and having a child. She has one year to complete these things, and life as you live it will throw a few curve balls.
I LOVED this and know I will share this one with everyone and keep a copy on my shelf. I laughed and I cried. I found the writing style and story similar to Cecelia Ahern (which I can't resist). This is a great read that can leave you feeling a little better, filled with hope, and wanting to find your life list to check off.

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