While the book was a bit repetitive at times, the message and playful story was still invaluable...made me think about who I'd send on my traveling funeral and where they would go! A book all women should read.
I enjoyed the book. I believe the message was that we as women need to take care of ourselves as well as we take care of others. Life is to be celebrated.
Recommended to me by a girl at InspireHealth...an alternative cancer agency in Vancouver. Gives a lot of thought on death of friends, animals, dreams...in a Thelma and Louise setting.
Probably one of the WORST books I have ever read. Completely implausible and way over the top. Blech.
Loved it, would make a great book for your book club.
This was a sappy, repetitive, unrealistic, shallow book. I think it was the writing style that turned me off the most. Were they lucky to have a friend that could spend a million dollars on them for her funeral???
Interesting characters, but sometimes the female bonding aspect of the book was a bit over the top.
Made me laugh and cry.
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