Review of “Jetsetters” by Amanda Eyre Ward

I am giving this book a 2.5 star review.

Although the character development and writing style was good, I just did not care about the characters or plot.

This novel is about a dysfunctional family. The matriarch wins a “Jettsetters” trip. She takes her three adult children. Each character has their own problems and each had their own dysfunctional youth. Each chapter is a new POV with the mom and her three children. It is character driven novel more than the travel.

I really struggled with this novel. I just was not “into” it at all. About 50% in, I decided not to DNF it. But I felt like I had to finish it. It will be very unforgettable for me. I thought maybe I had read this novel before. I did not, but that is how not creative the plot was for me.

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