Book Review | The Theory of Opposites by Allison Winn Scotch

8 Apr

The Theory of Opposites by Allison Winn Scotch

I just finished “The Theory of Opposites” by Allison Winn Scotch on my Kindle. It was a very quick read. Some of it was very predictable, but it was so relatable that I wanted to hold the protagonist’s hand throughout the whole thing. When her heart was torn, I felt her pain. This book is about a girl-woman who has grown up as the middle child that was supposed to be a boy. Her father was a renowned motivational speaker- think Tony Robinson-esque- and she finally realizes that maybe he isn’t right about everything. This book is about her being thrown into an unexpected place in life with her husband, job, life in general, and deciding how she wants to live her life- her way, not how her father says it should be. I was pretty entertained and would recommend the book, especially if you think that your life sucks. Because it can’t get much worse that what this chick had to go through.

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One Response to “Book Review | The Theory of Opposites by Allison Winn Scotch”

  1. Marci Helov April 8, 2014 at 3:27 am #

    Good review! We need to swap Kindles…. Love you, my youngest girl child.

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