Sunday, January 31, 2016

review: girls in white dresses by jennifer close

As a general rule, I love books that are written as a collection of connected short stories (such as The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank) and Girls in White Dresses did not disappoint. The characters were incredibly relatable as were the situations they find themselves in. The dialogue was absolutely spot-on for women in that transitional phase of post-college when some of your friends are becoming adults and some are still hanging on to hedonistic college days. The stories here are slice-of-life, so there is no specific plot other than the lives these young women are living which is just part of what makes Girls in White Dresses so relatable.
5/5
Review copy from Amazon Vine.

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