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Each week we’ll be sharing some book reviews courtesy of you – our library users! Today’s review comes to us from Heather C., who visits the Lewis A. Ray Library. Thanks for your review Heather – you’re entered into the contest to win a great prize!

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Book Review: Shoe Addicts Anonymous by Elizabeth M. Harbison

Surprisingly I did like it! A neighbor of mine gave it to me to read and as a person who doesn’t like shoes, it didn’t look like a book I’d normally read. It reminded me of a grown-up version of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants sort of. It was a light, breezy, quick read about 4 women who are trying to overcome problems in their personal lives, so they join a shoe anonymous group because they are also addicted to designer shoes. I didn’t get as invested into the characters as I do normally in books, however, I am interested in the sequel.

Heather C., Lewis A. Ray Library


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