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While the information is fairly good, the ability of the authors to present this information in such a way that anyone without a firm grasp of design patterns could understand it is sorely lacking. There are much better books out there now on the practical use of design patterns.
** spoiler alert ** 'The Girl Who Chased the Moon' is another cosy, gentle read from Sarah Addison Allen. Her books are perfect when I need a break from an intense read. Also, Allen's knows how to write a book without said book turning into a tome. She is able to organize her books into a good beginning, informative middle and satisfying ending under 300 pages. That takes a certain skill many authors don't have. I enjoy the subtle use of magic Allen puts into place. The mood sensing wallpaper, being able to visualize sweetness, glowing in the moonlight certainly isn't mind blowing magic, but it lends a gentle feeling to the story. Allen's book is a relationship book. I certainly could relate to the mean high school girls' impact on the girls outside their cirle. Julia's forgiveness shows that she is a better person than I am. So many people dropped the ball when it came to the people they loved. However, it's hard to know what to do to redeem oneself. Emily was the most emotionally healthy person in the book and she just lost her mother. All in all I consider 'The Girl Who Chased the Moon a fine book.