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EVERY LITTLE THING
Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction
Every Little Thing is incredibly entertaining, and so engrossing you’ll have a hard time putting it down for a break. The novel is shockingly hilarious with a raw, blunt and awkward female protagonist who’s easy to relate to. Although the novel entertains a common plot, it is certainly not predictable. Mason’s sarcastic wit will make readers laugh out loud. Empowering chick lit at its best with a surprising romantic twist, this is not a novel you’re likely to forget.
Mason McDonald’s most embarrassing and sensational experiences have always been the subject of her famous mother’s scandalous newspaper column until she dies, leaving her legacy to Mason. When Mason returns home to attend the funeral, she soon finds herself caught between two brothers from her past and lands herself smack-dab in the middle of one big, ugly mess. Realizing that she must step up and take control of aiming her life in a more positive direction, Mason begins to implement major changes for the better. (MIRA, Feb., 256 pp., $13.95)
Reviewed By: Sarah Eisenbraun
Published: February 2011