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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 January 2022
I had such high hopes for this - Florence, art history what could go wrong? To be honest nearly everything for me. I didn’t like the lack of quotation marks in the dialogue and frequently found the conversations very obtuse, having to re-read to see what exactly was being said. Didn’t like or believe in any of the characters or the overly saccharine view of the relationships. Hated the continued use of 'kid' in reference to the precocious child character and then there’s the parrot and trees. I kept expecting the whole thing to come together and really grab me, but unfortunately at almost half way through I just can’t face any more.
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