Sebastian Br Br itibaren Raypur, West Bengal, Hindistan
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** spoiler alert ** Hmmm…Phillipa came off as a intelligent idiot. Even though she had half-a**ed parents, she pretty much got to do whatever she wanted, and her rich dad carried her financially. Like in Phillipa’s case, I never understand why people CHOOSE to harm themselves and do dangerous things when they are unsure of life…or bored. Phillipa resorted to drinking, drugs and dating random guys because she was bored and lost. And gosh! How annoying was it that every ten minutes her big boobs were mentioned? Like seriously, we got the message the first billion times, lbs. Now Mark was…I just felt so sorry for him, he was such a sweet guy but he kept being drawn in and duped by these women that he would spend years of his life with them thinking it was going somewhere only for them to up and leave. However, how weird was it that it seemed like he was constantly masturbating, I mean sure he was going very long periods without but I felt the author should have kept that information limited. Back to Phillipa, I felt bad for her too because she literally had to kill herself off (figuratively), cut ties with her family, friends and change her name just to be able to make better decisions regarding her life…and she had to get pregnant by a maniac in order to gain clarity…Ooh, I loved how the author wrote though, like when Phillipa thought about something dealing with another character, the author put whether or not Phillipa was right about her thoughts or/and what actually happened, so that was pretty cool. Ummm, i’m glad Mark didn’t turn into an a-hole like he so desperately wanted to and had every right but that just showed how much of a great guy he is. I was pleased to see that he finally got what he wanted in Phillipa (Stacey rather) because that one intense sex scene is one I won’t be forgetting anytime soon, lol. Back to my thoughts, I was freaked out when Phillipa’s daughter started acting like her maniac father even though her mother left him when she was barely pregnant, it just reminded me how much of a role genetics play because the girl was just like her dad, an angel in public and a demon behind closed doors…..she was just so angry at her mother, and had absolutely no reason to be…so hopefully she continues getting the help her dad didn’t apparently get. What I usually look forward to in books is the friendships and with Phillipa they were scarce. Not counting her drug buddies, one she had to leave in her past life and her new one was great, but not enough for me to really thrive on, Phoebe, I believe her name was offered her the basement of her new townhouse right after she got married and I saw that as a very sweet and generous thing for her to do…Umm, with Phillipa’s previous life and family, I see that some people are just better off without them I suppose. Oh yeah and how easy was it for her to get herself on track like for real she opened a business and became quite successful pronto. I know it’s just a book but dang the only struggles she had were the ones she created for herself. But still, Dear Catastrophe Waitress is a very interesting read.