( Jan. 5th, 2010 12:27 pm)
1. The Prairie Bridesmaid, by Daria Salamon

I really enjoyed this book- there were parts that I probably over-identified with, and parts that I didn't identify with at all but still liked a lot. I'd be really curious to know what non-Manitoban/prairie readers would take away from a lot of the family/farm elements.

I had to reread the ending, though. My big complaint would be that a lot of the emotional resolution happened too quickly, although I know that oftentimes, that's what happens- it builds up inexorably and then bam! Breakthrough.

spoilers! )

And it has a pretty awesome soundtrack, too. Bookclub should be interesting on Thursday. Plus, cheesecake!
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