SUNDAY PHILOSOPHY CLUB Hardcover – 2004
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I was sorry when the book ended and hope there will be many more in this outstanding series.
I would also recommend another great book that I recently read. It is TOTALLY different from this one, but then, why would you want to read the same thing? It's called THE BARK OF THE DOGWOOD and it's hysterical and harrowing, all between the same covers. But whatever you do, please, please, please read this one first.
I find that the main character is not likeable. In Ladies No. 1 Detective Agency Mma Ramotswe is a likeable character despite her imposition of morals onto others. There is a certain charm that generates reader interest. I don't find that to be the case in this book at all.
I am not even finished the book yet but I don't know if I will be able to get through it.
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What this book lacked in plot and interest, it more than made up for in brevity. The main character waxes philosophical on topics of morality, only to break her own rules through... Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2011 by F. Laforge
I found it somewhat boring. After "#1 Ladies Detective Agency", It seemed to lack plot, excitement and interest.
I will not read the next books in this series.
The real story begins at page 152. In the meantime, the book presents modern day spinster-hood dwelling both in both shallow philosophy and in shallow lifestyle. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2007 by Georges Allaire
I really enjoyed the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency and was looking forward to reading this new series. However, I did not find the main character, Isabel, to be likeable at all. Read morePublished on July 28 2005 by JBB
...but I was disappointed. Smith's rustic African philosophy worked well, for a while anyway, but I find that he did not translate well to the urbane setting of Edinburgh. Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2005 by David C Polk