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St too many for Cameron“Bright Stars is beautifully written has original endearing characters and a story that pulls you along I loved it” Katie Fforde“Wonderful bounces along with drama and verve” Kate Long“A wonderful and witty page turner combined with compelling storytelling that stays with you” Helen Lederer“Both hilariously funny and desperately sad as well as having four super attractive main characters and a highly original plot Bright Stars is a novel that just has to be read” Maureen Lee. I am always sorry to say that I did not like a book I know authors invest a lot of time in writing it but you can't please everybody and it seems like I am one of the few people here who could not enjoy it I did not like any of the characters and the story got on my nerves than gave me pleasure reading it Out of respect I finished it but I have to admit I was happy when I reached the end

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Bright StarsFour students are involved in a tragedy that rips their friendship apart What happens when they are reunited 25 years later Cameron Spark’s life is falling apart He is separated from his wife and awaiting a disciplinary following an incident in the underground vaults of Edinburgh where he works as a Ghost Tour guide On the day he moves back home to live with his widowed dad he receives a letter from Canada It is from Christie Twenty five years earlier Cameron attends Lancaster University and despite his crippli. Bright Stars was an okay read However I didn’t find it as exciting or engaging as I’d hoped I’m used to reading books that jump from one time period to another but this felt a little too choppy and the start was rather slow Perhaps I just didn’t connect with the characters well enough to fully engage with the story The pace does pick up later on in the book and I would recommend it if you enjoy uite depressing books with secrets and regretI borrowed this through Kindle Unlimited

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READ Ò Bright Stars ↠ Four students are involved in a tragedy that rips their friendship apart What happens when they are reunited 25 years later Cameron Spark’s life is falling apart He is separated from his wife and awaiting a disciplinary following an incident in the underground vaults of Edinburgh where he works as a Ghost Tour guide On the day he moves Ng shyness makes three unlikely friends Christie the rich Canadian Tommo the wannabe rock star and Bex the feminist activist who has his heart In a whirlwind of alcohol music and late night protests Cameron feels as though he’s finally living; until a horrific accident shatters their friendship and alters their futures forever Christie’s letter offers them a reunion after all these years But has enough time passed to recover from the lies the guilt and the mistakes made on that tragic night Or is this one gho. Many thanks to NetGalley and Legend Press for providing me a copy of Bright Stars in exchange for an honest review Originally on is one of those times when you are confused about how you feel about story when you are so disputed about your thoughts that you'd rather not review than say anything But since I've been asked to review I will give a non spoiler y summary of my thoughtsThe story is told by Cameron Sparks a misfit awkward guy whose life is currently in a turmoil because he recently fought with his wife which means he is currently living with his Dad and due to some incident at work he might lose his job And to top it all his college friend just invited him to an event which means he will meet his other college friends with whom he has a very terrifying past; a past that he is trying to forget Reading the synopsis got me intrigued particularly about the incident in their past which changed their lives The story was building tremendous hype around it and it would have been heartbreaking if the incident didn't live up to the hype Thankfully it did It wasn't a major twist that kills you but it was something Also the story is told in two different voices a young Cameron from 1986 attending Lancashire University and a middle aged Cameron who is currently struggling with his life The two voices are so realistic and amazingly expressed that you actually flow through the book easilyThe major setback though plot wise is it was very slow to begin Actually things didn't really start happening properly until the first 20% of the book I might have given up if I wasn't intrigued about the book and also it usually takes me a lot of hatred to give up on a bookIf I want to talk about characters I would never stop raving about them Cameron Sparks our protagonist is the kind of guy who you want to hug for eternity and never leave Even though he doesn't have a high opinion of himself because of his awkward self I personally loved him From beginning to start he is the guy who does the right thing without thinking He is the kind of guy you need in your life Also he is the only characters who has gone through a movie character development And after all this was my chance to be a superhero To shine like a bright star  Cameron was in love with Bex a girl who considers herself strong but is actually broken inside She is a character I have mixed feelings for I mean I love her spirit but she is one of those pseudo activist who believes in everything correct but is simply afraid to do it Christie is my favorite female character in this story She is the actually badass in this story who is as Cameron says the brightest star in the group And lastly Tommo a character I'd love to hate He is everything I would never want in a guy Hell he is the guy I'd have a major crush on but in the end I'd never have anything serious with him The characters in this book are so real that it scares meIf I want to talk about the writing I cannot yet form an opinion about it As much as I loved the two different time periods and the way young Cameron had a different voice than the middle aged one I cannot bring myself to like the writing as much It wasn't bad But I lost interest and I could fall asleep in between because the writing wasn't interesting enough to catch my attention But yes since the situation and the characters seemed so real I cannot say I hate it As I said I'm confused about it