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Marnie, Helen, Rosa and Ani have been f Originally posted on This Chick Reads*Copy provided by publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review*'The Ex Factor' is Eva Woods' second novel and though I haven't read her debut, The Thirty List, I was very much looking forward to reading this one.
Marnie, Helen, Rosa and Ani have been friends for years.
The beautiful cover and the intriguing blurb were more than enough to make me want to read it.
While I wasn't exactly disappointed in the book, I have to say I was expecting something bit different.
Might even get you angry, confused, sad, but there are also some funny and enjoyable moments with the girls.
Speaking of the girls, they can't be any more different.However, the reason for my rating is the great number of characters Eva Woods introduces. It's not your usual chick lit but a big plus for the originality. It's certain Eva Woods is a bold author who has no problem with writing about some topics most women would rather not write about.I couldn't distinguish them all, couldn't remember their names, what they add to the plot, I just... What a different take on a dating fiction, I think this is the first time I've ever seen a group of friends encourage each other to date their exes, possibly due to all the issues that such a possibly radical idea would bring up.I didn't connect to any of them, to be frank, but I liked them.Marnie, not too much not because she comes up with her silly dating plan, but because she's back after two years in her friends' lives and she expects things to continue the way they were. I assume Marnie will be least likable of the characters for many readers, but she's definitely the most mysterious one, and I've been dying to find out more about her.Two years ago, Marnie leaves London, without saying proper good bye to her friends.