I thought the characters were two-dimensional and not believable. I didn't care about any of them. I started each story with a fair bit of hope that 'this one would be different', but I just couldn't connect to any of them or to the storylines and by the end I was only half-reading. The stories were all about people and how they relate to others - the prevalent feeling I got was one of desperation.
Has anyone else read this? Perhaps I just didn't get the point! If you have, leave me a link to your review in the comments of this post, I'd be interested in the views of others!
I think this is the first book I read this year that I really disliked (a D-), so I won't focus on it too much. It contributes to the A-Z Challenge and the Title Master Reading Challenge. It's also one of the 1000 books you must read before you die, which surprises me, but hey, there are a thousand books on the list, what are the chances of liking all of them!