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Review of The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle

 

3.5 out of 5 stars.

I haven’t gotten choked up reading a book like I did with this one, in a long time. This book is unique in it’s approach to telling the story of Sabby and Tobias. So many great quotable phrases and passages that make you think and reflect. I connected a great deal to the characters and their experiences. Liked it a lot. I literally cried with tears down my face in two different places. This is why it gets the nearly 4 stars :).

[Mild Spoilers] Though throughout the book I found myself wondering if Serle will unveil that this story takes place in a dream, she does not. It seemed a little far fetched to have Sabby sit down to dinner with her deceased father and Audrey Hepburn, but I found it and entertaining escape. It quite honestly set the stage for an interesting way to tell the story of Sabby and Tobias’s relationship. 

 

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