What Happened to Us?

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
"Sandy walked. It's all she remembers doing."
All her life, Sandy has known one thing- she's got to work hard for what she wants. Her step mother foretold that she would amount to nothing, and now when she thinks she's proven her wrong, it seems as though she can't have the one thing she wants...love. More

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Words: 21,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311814166
About Dora Okeyo

Dora is a wanderer whose writing attempts have earned her some reviews. She is neither famous nor rich, but loves reading and drinking coffee. She is currently forcing her family and close friends to read her book, Fire. It is available on Amazon.
To follow her day in day out life, forget reality TV, and follow her on Twitter, @herhar.

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Reviews

Review by: Stacy on May 26, 2014 :
I don't agree with Bill, there's nothing selfish about Sandy!
She has been put down all her life by her step mother but rises above it- I mean, she's educated, has a good paying job and lives on her earnings without having to beg for money from anyone. She is independent, not selfish!

I'd admit the opening is distasteful...why would anyone start by saying that their main character is 'Ugly and recluse?" But- that's the good thing though- because when you read on, you realize that Sandy has the one thing we all seek- she does not let people's opinion of her determine her life!
I'm glad she did not stick with Noah. How can a guy cheat on you and not even try to redeem himself?

But- all in all, I saw a link to this story on Dora's facebook page and thought I might check it out, and I'm glad I did- though I wish you'd not have to sign up to write a review.
I like this story. I'll check out her other stories.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Bill Otieno on May 23, 2014 :
This book has quite the character! You cannot help but either hate or love Sandy, and though she is intelligent, she just doesn't grow on you, and that's what is good about it.
It's quite different from what she's written before because the whole story is about Sandy and there's never been a more selfish character.
I like this.
If you live in Kenya, you can relate to Sandy's friend, Julia.
This book is different but in a good way!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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