brushes with the law) are cries for attention. These dynamics keep this blogger turning the page, anxious to find out what happens next.
In the end, it is Tatiana who forces her girlfriends to step back, and look at themselves with the publication of a new book whose characters look and sound like them. Still, as the book concluded, I yearned for a deeper understanding of the characters interior lives – not only through dialogue, but their own thoughts.
Allen produced a piece which makes this writer think more critically about the benefits of looking deeply, and asking how both faith and family are mirrors.
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