Quarter Life Crisis

Adult
Rated 4.50/5 based on 5 reviews
Friends may be forever, but time will always change friendships. There comes a point in everyone's life, usually during their mid-twenties, when they tend to hit a wall. Where are we going with our future? Why can't we stay as close to our friends as we once were? They feel as though they've hit a rut. A group of friends will soon realize that everyone goes through their own Quarter Life Crisis. More

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Words: 55,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452450650
About Diana-Ashley Krach

Born in Portland, Maine, Diana-Ashley began her literary career after moving to Baltimore, Maryland. She has since become accomplished in the realms of Poetry, Advertising, Short Fiction, and Fiction. Diana-Ashley now lives with her husband, and fellow writer, James Krach in South Florida.

Reviews

Review by: Darian Wilk on July 27, 2012 :
Quarter Life Crisis is a great tale of women's relationships, and how they can change over the years. The story develops easy enough, with a little bit of background on the characters as you go. It was well written, flowed nicely, and pulls you into the characters lives.

I quite enjoyed the part when the women came together, hoping to fix the rift growing between them, and end up learning so much about themselves and their relationships. Portions of their stories were very emotional, making you truly feel their story. But mixed throughout is plenty of humor, adding even more to the image of real women. When we get together with the girls, we can be crying together one minute, and giggling from our toes the next.

Overall this was a well written novel, and surely the first of many great books by Krach. I really enjoyed how easily I could connect with the characters and their lives. They were real women; strong, weak, funny, loving, and flawed. It was nice to read a book realistically depicting women. I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of chic lit or women's fiction, and would surely watch out for the next book by Krach.

**I received a free copy for review
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Darian Wilk on July 27, 2012 :
Quarter Life Crisis is a great tale of women's relationships, and how they can change over the years. The story develops easy enough, with a little bit of background on the characters as you go. It was well written, flowed nicely, and pulls you into the characters lives.

I quite enjoyed the part when the women came together, hoping to fix the rift growing between them, and end up learning so much about themselves and their relationships. Portions of their stories were very emotional, making you truly feel their story. But mixed throughout is plenty of humor, adding even more to the image of real women. When we get together with the girls, we can be crying together one minute, and giggling from our toes the next.

Overall this was a well written novel, and surely the first of many great books by Krach. I really enjoyed how easily I could connect with the characters and their lives. They were real women; strong, weak, funny, loving, and flawed. It was nice to read a book realistically depicting women. I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of chic lit or women's fiction, and would surely watch out for the next book by Krach.

**I received a free copy for review
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jennifer Zuna on May 03, 2012 : (no rating)
A great fresh new story about women, friendships and relationships. A tight group of friends goes on a camping trip together to reconnect. I was drawn into each of the women's stories and their feelings. I laughed at some of the interactions and sad at some others. Relationships change over the years for these women but they still manage to come back together when it counts. I really liked this story and would recommend it to any fan of chick lit.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: barbara green on March 26, 2012 :
This book really keeps you drawn in to keep reading! Love the circle of friends and the relationships that keep you wondering what will happen next. Awesome job Diana, write more books!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Ben Wingerd on March 21, 2012 :
A great look at the relationship of a tight group of friends and the challenges that they and us as people have to come to grips with in life. Well written and a great first outing by a truly talented author. Looking forward to reading more of Mrs. Diana Krach's work.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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