I read this as part of a read-a-thon with a fabulous group of fellow bookstagrammers thanks to Tandem Collective.
I’m so glad I did because this book is not something I think I would otherwise have picked up. As most of you know I’m a bit of a thriller addict so if there’s no dead body popping up in the story I usually get a little confused.
For that reason, this was a nice change of pace for me, a palette cleanser almost. An easy character-driven read that just meandered along at a pleasant stroll.
Based around three women of different ages and all in different situations who come together at a local yoga class in Cairns, Far North Queensland. The characters all have their own difficulties and dramas like everyone but through their weekly yoga sessions they build a strong friendship that all of them realise was missing from their lives.
I think the fact that it was set in Cairns probably added to the enjoyment for me. I actually lived in Cairns at the same time this book was set so I could imagine everything that was being described, and when the release of Pulp Fiction was referenced in the book it made me laugh as I remember rushing to the local cinema in Cairns to see it and being asked for ID .
While not an earth-shattering five star read for me it was still nice to pick up a book that you didn’t have to think about too much and could just wander along amongst the cane fields.