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Slave to Love
Slave to Love
Author: Rebecca Campbell
After graduating college with a biology degree, all brainy Alice Duclos really wants to do is continue her research into island biodiversity, preferably in some far-flung exotic place like Madagascar. But feeling duty-bound to her aging, and increasingly off-her-rocker mother, Alice takes a job in London and agrees to live at home. Alice's w...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780812970906
ISBN-10: 081297090X
Publication Date: 7/13/2004
Pages: 288
  • Currently 2.7/5 Stars.

2.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Villard
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
hmmm...not what I was thought it would be. With praise from Sophie Kinsella ("I love this book!") on the back cover, I was expecting something light and fun. This book, however, was a bit dark. The main character is odd, but not in an acceptable "Ugly Betty" kind of way. She's weird in an almost disturbing way. (She referred to some pictures of birds as being so realistic because they were drawn using dead birds as models. The fact that they were based on dead birds made them look more lifelike in her opinion. huh???) And the story drags on until you are relieved by some dialogue. Bottom line...if you are expecting some light, easy chick lit, this ain't it!!!
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It seemed like the "heroes" in this book weren't worth the effort. Then Again I didn't like the heroine either so maybe it's a good match after all.
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This book was difficult for me to read. I just couldn't get into it. The story seemed absurd, and writing didn't help. Maybe it's lots better for others.
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A quick-paced story about a book of birds, a girl and 2 men in love with her.