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Now or Never

Now or Never - Logan Belle Although this book came highly recommended from some very trustworthy places, I don't quite grasp why it's considered so special and wonderful. First of all, all going Angelina Jolie, Claire, our heroine, decides to get a mastectomy due to, IRC, her carrying the cancer gene. As someone who comes from a family full of breast cancer patients I probably should have one, too, but frankly, I just can't wrap my mind around it. I don't consider myself a victim of genes, but know and actively believe that I hold the power to change my history - as I have seen again and again with people who were seriously ill. Secondly, the whole story is just boring. Not bad, but really boring and in the end just a novel who got cut into two pieces to make more money. I have the second instalment on my TBR pile, but I guess I won't read it that fast as there are some books on it that tempt me more currently. C----