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Review: Thirty Days of RedThirty Days of Red by Geraldine Solon
Published by Self published on Apr 21, 2015
Genres: Adult, Contemporary
Format: eBook from Author
Find the book: Amazon, Goodreads
Rating: one-star

Shortly after Liv Walters' husband, David slips into a coma, she discovers he planned to leave her. Desperate to run away from her doomed marriage, Liv embarks on a Mediterranean cruise where she begins a thirty-day wisdom project and embraces a new identity―Red.

But life as Red isn't what she hopes for. As David slowly recovers, Liv can no longer run away from the demons that haunt her and wishes to restore their relationship.

Little does Liv know that David intends to destroy her life in thirty days.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This was a huge disappointment. I picked it up because there were comparisons to Gone Girl, which is an amazing book. This book has very little in common. Everything felt rushed and forced, and there were several character actions and thoughts that just made absolutely no sense.

Pretty much the entire book could have been avoided if Liv had acted like an adult instead of a temper tantrum throwing child. It was just a huge waste. I just can’t understand or condone her actions or thoughts.

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