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Book Review: Right Click by Lisa Becker

rightclickLove. Marriage. Infidelity. Parenthood. Crises of identity. Death. Cupcakes. The themes in Right Click, the third and final installment in the Click series, couldn’t be more pressing for this group of friends as they navigate through their 30’s. Another six months have passed since we last eavesdropped on the hilarious, poignant and often times inappropriate email adventures of Renee and friends. As the light-hearted, slice of life story continues to unfold, relationships are tested and some need to be set “right” before everyone can find their “happily ever after.”






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A copy of Right Click was received from the author in exchange for an honest review

Right Click is the final book of the Click Trilogy, bringing an end to Renee and the gang’s lives, told solely through a series of emails. While I think you could easily slide in and enjoy each installment as they are, I wouldn’t necessarily consider them standalones because reading the three in order will definitely give you the upper hand in knowing each person’s personalities and their backstory.

As mentioned in my previous reviews of this series, I found myself skimming over each email heading and getting right to the root of the information being given. While it was my own fault for not reading the full text, it did make the conversations difficult to follow when trying to figure out who was talking to who. But as I began to get a feel for each character, it became easier to pick up who was the sender and made the body of the stories flow more smoothly.

Right Click takes up right where Double Click ends with all the fun, witty and quirky banter between the friends. However, there were a few surprises along the way that added to the enjoyment of the story, as well as, some sad and tense issues that really drive your emotions. This is a story where each of the characters grow, some you instantly fall in love with (Shelly) and some are hard to take but in doses (Ashley), but we all have friends like this, which is what makes this comical tale so believable.

A different style of novel, but one that is still every bit as good as your normal chaptered book, The Click Trilogy breaks up the everyday norm with a unique storyline that leaves you laughing, crying and turning each and every page to know what’s going to happen next. I couldn’t put this one down!