The Three to One Rule

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Twenty-eight year old Zoe is in a rut. After three years of university and a failed relationship she finds herself single and doing telephone surveys for a living. That is until one day her coworker, Simon, comes up with an outlandish scheme to make money. With an unpredictable roommate, a man with one arm and the Three to One Rule, how could things go wrong? More

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Words: 24,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466197558
About N. Scott

Natasha Scott was born in London, Ontario in 1971 and grew up in the East Coast of Canada. A former Research Technologist, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University and enjoys writing short stories and creative non-fiction.

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Review by: Marcy Taylor on June 05, 2012 :
I liked the humorous, conversational tone of this novella. The characters are all quirky, but not in a unrealistic way. You will certainly recognize some of your friends in this book, and you will likely see a little bit of yourself. I enjoyed the story from beginning to end and would recommend it for anyone looking for some easy reading fun.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Bren Oz on June 02, 2012 :
An endearing and relatable story filled with humor and shrewd observations about how people communicate. One empathizes immediately with the main character, and is drawn into the story, while the secondary character adds just the right level of spice.
Reading it is an excellent way to spend a couple of afternoons.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Kelly Sanderson on March 12, 2012 :
Truly a great read. What life’s about, every experience and the people you meet along the way. A genuinely funny story that is witty and humorous from beginning to end.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Katarina Trajkovic on March 01, 2012 :
Funny, entertaining story about real-life characters with contemporary troubles. A nice, pleasant read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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