A World So Small Paperback – Illustrated, March 18 2018
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- Publisher : Studio Dreamshare; Illustrated edition (March 18 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 394 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0995955727
- ISBN-13 : 978-0995955721
- Item weight : 576 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 2.51 x 22.86 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #966,544 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
If I had to describe this book in two words, I'd call it "feminist erotica". Pure and simple. -Premiere Reader
Juicy. I can't wait to read more. -Premiere Reader
Romance for millennials. -Premiere Reader
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Romance books are not my “go to” when I choose a book but Cameron managed to keep this one interesting with a subplot to the romantic bits that kept the ball rolling and the reader wanting to find out what was going to happen to the two main characters that they have been following along with. I will say that some of the romantic parts were quite explicit but it does warn you of that in the synopsis and on the back of the physical book.
Val is such a self-sufficient character. I applaud her for being true to herself and believing in what she wants. She is not controlled by the mainstream thoughts of society but forms her own opinions on matters and takes action. Her ties to feminism are very evident and it is great that she is such a strong leading force.
There is a lot of character building and part of Jordan’s character is that he is a musician. I actually want to hear his band play a show based on what I have read about them. They seem like they have a unique sound and I feel like I would be into them.
The ending was definitely something to wait for. It had a good pace for most of the story but it really picks up in the last 70 pages or so. I flew through them because it got really intense in a way that I couldn’t put the book down until I knew what happened next.
I am very happy to say that I enjoyed this book and will be picking up a copy of the sequel next time I am back in my hometown visiting with my friend. If you get a chance, I would recommend picking it up to. Just be warned that if explicit sexual content bothers you, there is quite a bit of it in this book so be wary of that.
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While following the love, and sorrow, of a young artist. I love the landscapes depicted in the novel, the glass house, and the Canadian backdrop, as I am proud, to have grown up in this country of acceptance.
I believe Canada is trying, to foster an emulate this environment, which I felt was also characterize, in this novel. I loved the sisterhood, and strong female themes.
I think I may have fallen in love with the strong female lead a little, or identity with her in some way lol either way, she was eloquently written, thank
you for the great read. looking forward to more, captivating reads.