on December 11, 2012
Return to Sender is a ridiculous waste of time. Why I continued to read this book the finish I will never know.
The main character in this book is not overly bright. The letters that were 'returned to sender' were obviously not opened and it is revealed that they were marked by the postal service that the address of the person they were intended for was unknown. This would have been a clue for most people. This knowledge might have made all the differnce in the outcome of the person's life. The book gets more unbelievable and the main character has no moral character and did a repeat of her former life and pops into bed once again. The acceptance of one another after all is revealed is not at all realistic.
Not a recommended read.