5 thoughts on “Not Suitable for Family Viewing

  1. ohmigod. Please read this book. Please?
    I started it on a whim on my lunch break (the book I brought with me really wasn’t doing anything for me, so I ditched it, and picked this one at random from the stack I have stashed on my desk for reading emergencies (yes, I am that nerotic about reading. This habit came about after a couple instances during which I realized I’d left home with nothing to read, and had a mini panic attack while having to pretend to be normal).
    I couldn’t put it down.

  2. 2.5 – 3.0 stars.

    I think…I think this book is one of the ones that just isn’t for me. I spent the majority of my time extremely confused and a little offended? I don’t know why I kind of wanted to smack Robin about 3 out of 5 times she did anything.

    First, the way she acts depressed in the beginning. I’m not entirely sure if she is considering how she acts. Now, I’m quite intimately associated with how depression works and if that was what the author was going for – I feel like she didn’t reall

  3. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ehh. It was OK. It’s a good waste of time I have to say. I really like the relationship between “Opal” and Levi. It was cute. THe whole plot of the story was OK. Wasn’t all that great. Just a rich girl who is looking for some answers. But, you know Selena? I find it so weird that she was like yelling at Robin and then helped her when she asked. I dunno. Maybe the author just wanted it like that. This book is a Silver Birch book. And I think it won’t win. There just wasn’t something in it that ma

  4. Funny, clever and Canadian!

    Robin is likeable in her brashness and self-effacing way, and a character that really grows on you as she peels back the layers of who she is and where she’s from. The love interest Levi is the kind of guy who brings the best out of her, and a guy you just can’t help but like (and sort of crush on). Mixed in is the quest to unravel a family secret, which is paced well and surprising.

  5. Robin is filthy rich because her mother, Mimi Schwartz, is a big-time TV host. One would expect her to be popular and surrounded by famous people. Instead, she coops up in her room and watches the re-runs of her mother’s show episodes without giving a care in the world.

    When she finds an old picture of her mother, she decides that she will go off to discover who Mimi really is. Packing her bags to leave New York City, she lands in a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada. As she tries search for her m

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