This Can’t Be Life… Shakara Cannon book review

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THIS CANT BE LIFE is the debut novel from Shakara Cannon and tells the tale of three good friends Talise, Stacie and Simone and the very good character development by the author leaves you feeling like you are watching a soap opera or better yet reminding you of some people that you know in your own personal life because the characters are very true to life.
The trio is indeed the best of friends and as you read you see they are all striving for the better things in life but more so self-discovery and unconditional love of their own. There are other secondary characters that also keep you entertained and engrossed.
THIS CANT BE LIFE was a good read because of the storyline. There were times I laughed so hard then in other instances I felt teary eyed and other times when I was looking at my Kindle giving it the side eye but nonetheless it kept me wanting to see what was going to happen next in the tale.
For a debut I have to say I was thoroughly impressed with the author’s writing skills and careful plot execution that definitely has me wanting to read more from her. I could easily see this story being a movie or play because it was just riddled with drama throughout the pages.

This Can’t Be Life is the debut novel from Shakara Cannon and tells the tale of three good friends Talise, Stacie and Simone.  The very good character development by the author leaves you feeling like you are watching a soap opera or better yet it reminds you of some people that you know in your own personal life because the characters are very true to life.

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The trio is indeed the best of friends and as you read you see they are all striving for the better things in life but more so self-discovery and unconditional love of their own. There are other secondary characters that also keep you entertained and engrossed throughout the story.

 

This Can’t Be Life was a good read because of the storyline. There were times I laughed so hard then in other instances I felt teary eyed and even a few times when I looked at my Kindle giving it the side eye, but nonetheless it kept me wanting to see what was going to happen next in the tale. 

 

For a debut I have to say I was thoroughly impressed with the author’s writing skills and careful plot execution that definitely has me wanting to read more from her. I could easily see this story being a movie or play because it was just riddled with drama throughout the pages.

 

 

 

This Can’t Be Life receives a  PARL 

 

Rating:

P…Horrible

PA…Tolerable

PAR…Good

PARL…Kinda Great

PARLÉ… Classic

 

 

 

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