Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Review: THE DR. PEPPER PROPHECIES by Jennifer Gilby

Mel Parker’s boyfriend has just dumped her—literally—at the airport after she had a pregnancy scare in the plane’s bathroom. She is a neurotic, obsessive character that can sometimes be deemed as funny, but not usually. The 1st person perspective is written in this snarky, witty, so-called humorous style.

Mel decides to embrace the single life, but a new co-worker may change that. In fact, I think her male BFF may be the Harry to her Sally (the movie was referenced in the book.) Story has a Clueless plot theme because Mel, like Cher, embarks on a quest to help others in naïve, harebrain ways (ex: she helps the 29-year old virgin break out and live a little.)

All in all, this was nothing but the mindless jabbering of a London nut job.

My rating: 2 stars

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