REVIEW: The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

This book was a solid three stars for me. I saw so many positive, five star reviews for this one! I wanted to love it so bad, but ended up feeling like it was entertaining but forgettable.

Here were the positives for me: the chapters were short and read quickly and easily. I never felt bored. I didn’t have to “think” too much while I read it, and that was the kind of read I needed right now. It also created for a great discussion with Courtney – I mean, we chatted for an hour and we still could’ve covered more ground!

Cons (SPOILERS BELOW SO PROCEED WITH CAUTION): the characters were forgettable and there were too many of them, so I couldn’t get attached to them. There was no resolution at the end of the book in the sense that I never found out exactly what happened – was Sabrina dreaming? Was it a hallucination? Was it actually real?

I liked the book but didn’t love it. I would read something else by Rebecca Serle because I loved the writing style, I just didn’t love the plot/ending of this one.

Published by jennastopreading

I read a lot of books. Find me on Instagram @jennastopreading.

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