The Happy Accidents was like watching a season of This is Us. We follow two sisters and their friend as they all confront the stagnation in their lives. One crazy night, they each make a decision which forces them to reassess their lives: careers, relationships, childhood traumas.
The story examines gender roles, self acceptance and the value of true friendship. It was a nice read with characters who dug deep and made real progress during the novel. I personally didn’t resonate with any of the issues in the novel but I think if I had my rating would be higher. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Thanks to Booksparks for a copy. All opinions above are my own.
Do you need to connect with a character in some way to love a story?