by: Kristin Dow
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction
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I finished reading Liberty and Means several days ago, but after reading the final pages, I found myself having a hard time articulating how I felt. In the beginning of the book Shannon Clark came across as a strong, focused, and determined woman. She had a job that she loved and was working hard to climb the corporate ladder, in order to increase her professional opportunities. She had a life that one could easily envy.
Then, EVERYTHING change.
Without going into great details, as to the things that turned Shannon's life upside down, I can confidently say that she had more than a few reasons to do some reevaluating, and in the beginning stages the story line was strong and seemed to be moving in a consistent direction, but as the story continued I couldn't help but feel as though something was off. I found that it became hard to follow and a little messy. Now, I want to say that as a previous resident of Europe (more specifically Padova, Italy) I thoroughly enjoyed reading Shannon's thoughts, as she explored one of my most favorite places, but I can't help but feel that those who haven't previously had similar experiences will feel lost and would rather read more about her life.
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