Review: Dixbury does talent by Maxine Sinclair

Dixbury Does Talent by [Sinclair, Maxine]


Amy just got dumped: her husband has found someone else. She’s heartbroken and all she wants to do is stay at home and cry. Until Gloria, one of the clients of her hair salon, suggest she goes to a local adult ballet class. She’s unsure at first but ends up going and having a blast.

SO, this as supposed to be a comedy according to the book’s description. Given that, the first thing I have to say about his book is, there’s no comedy whatsoever. There’s nothing funny about it honestly.

The story is just “blah”. There’s nothing for you to guess or to question or ven think about. The story just goes and goes without nothing exciting actually happening. This is a (turtle-kind-of)-slow-paced story which is the worst thing that can ever happen to me because I can’t get invested in the book and so I end up  on Instagram or Pinterest every five minutes.

Honestly, besides that, I don’t have much more to say. Love is pretty much nonexistet which is the opposite of what I enjoy in a book.

Overall I would recommend this if you fancy some drama and you’re content without the romance and expectation (suspense). On the other hand, if you’re like me, I would strongly advise you to just skip this read.

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Dixbury Does Talent: A feel good romantic comedy of love, life, laughter...and dancing!

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