The Red Address Book (by Sofia Lundberg) … good premise, but I couldn’t connect with the story

This was an okay book.  I really wanted to enjoy it and hoped to connect with the characters.  But it just didn’t happen for me.  I liked the premise of the story and the fact that it developed from the author’s aunt Doris’s address book.  I did like the story about the life Doris lived, the friends she made along the way, falling in love, connections, and the tory her address book tells.  This is a sentimental touching read.

Thank you to NetGalley and Harper Collins Publishers for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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