Pretty Little Mistakes Book Review

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Heather McElhatton’s singularly-original debut novel has more than 150 possible endings. From your first choice – where to go after school – you decide which of your dreams to chase. Should you travel abroad or get a masters degree? Marry or stay single? Become an artist, an entrepreneur, a homemaker, a doctor, or a drug dealer? There are hundreds of lives sewn inside one book, some end fabulously and others in
total disaster.

You may end up in an opulent mansion or homeless down by the river. Happily married with your own corporation, or alone and pecked to death by ducks in London. As a Zen master in Japan or morbidly obese in a trailer park. The book asks, is it destiny or decision that controls our fate? In real life you can’t go back and do your life over – but in Pretty Little Mistakes, you can.

The genesis of this book is the age-old game we all play called the What if Game. What if I would have taken that job? What if I hadn’t broken up with that guy? What if I quit my job and took a trip around the world? We can’t stop wondering if we’ve made the right choices in our life. If it’s decision or destiny running our lives.

In real life we can’t stop, turn back and get a do over – but in PRETTY LITTLE MISTAKES, you can.

What Girlie Gossip Thought…

We absolutely loved the concept of this book, being able to start all over again if you dont like your chosen path is something I think we’ve all wished we could do at some point in our lives, but with this book you can do just that. A great mixture of fun and romance with a sexy undertone we loved the fact that you could simply pick this book up whenever you had a spare 5 minutes and jump right back into the story. It’s entertaining, often funny and a great summer read! Look out for it in stores now!

1 Comment

  • Jenna Martin says:

    I LOVE this book. It’s addictive, and I can’t put it down! My first time through I ended up joining a circus and then the second time I was a film star. I thought I had the book figured out – but my third life led me to becoming an alcoholic and my fourth I ended up in prison. Yikes! A hundred and forty-six more lives to go!

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