No Such Thing as Perfect by Sarah Daltry *REVIEW*

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College was supposed to be perfect. She was supposed to be perfect.For Lily Drummond, life is about following the rules. To be specific, her mother’s rules. College fit into the plan – maintain perfect grades, date the perfect guy, and live the perfect life. On her own, though, Lily realizes that she doesn’t actually have a plan. Without being told what to think and do, she keeps making mistakes.

Away from home, the perfect facade is beginning to shatter. When Lily herself starts to break, it’s the support of an unlikely friend that teaches her how much of a lie perfect really is – and how to be whole on her own terms.

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I have said it before and I will say it again…Sarah Daltry your writing is amazing, and the themes through out your books really hit home. This story while inspired by the Flowering series is a whole new ball game and Daltry’s BEST work to date.The story is realistic and the characters are relatable. I am past the age of going off to college but I remember what it was like, I remember the trials, and struggles of trying to be what everyone thought I should be, and wanting to get it right for

I have said it before and I will say it again…Sarah Daltry your writing is amazing, and the themes through out your books really hit home. This story while inspired by the Flowering series is a whole new ball game and Daltry’s BEST work to date.The story is realistic and the characters are relatable. I am past the age of going off to college but I remember what it was like, I remember the trials, and struggles of trying to be what everyone thought I should be, and wanting to get it right for everyone else. I remember the battles with the boyfriend who was not there with me, and the endless hours feeling out of place.

Combined all of that with a story that teaches young women that they deserve to respect themselves and be respected by others and you have a powerful book about being the person you want to be on your own terms.

I honestly can’t say enough wonderful things about this book, and I think it is one that every woman should read.

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Sarah Daltry is the author of No Such Thing as Perfect, Dust, Backward Compatible, Bitter Fruits, and The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. As a former English teacher and YA library coordinator, Sarah has always loved books and her passion in life is writing – weaving tales of magic and beauty. She originally wrote romance, but Sarah’s real focus is lyrical and introspective fiction that gets to the heart of being whole.Sarah is an obsessive Anglophile who spends more time watching BBC TV than any human being should, as well as a hardcore gamer, feminist, hermit, and sarcastic nerd. She’s extremely introverted and craves quiet and solitude, but she does enjoy hearing from readers. Find her online at http://sarahdaltry.com

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