Imperfect - Magdalena Ganowska I received my copy of 'Imperfect' via First Reads and probably wouldn't have bought it on my own.
However, the book starts with a great peak but sadly lost track whilst continuing. Nevertheless, the main character Meg was colourful described and I could relate to most of her views and opinions. Reading this book was somehow like slipping into the mind of another person and accompany that person through the book, the long monologues and peaks into the past
strengthen this impression.
All in all it was a nice read but not as catchy as I hoped it to be. The story lost me from time to time and I needed to re-read a few pages. Yet I liked the book and was glad to notice Meg's personal improvements through the story.