Vain - Fisher Amelie I started this book and for the first few chapters I was not really impressed and figured I was probably going to being setting it aside and not finishing it. The book I read before this one was all 4/5 star reviews and it was horrible, so I did not want to waste my time on another bad book.I kept going through and the more I read, the more I liked it. It did take me a bit to get use to the writing style. Sophie narrates through the whole book, but the way Ms. Fisher wrote her PoV was a bit different. I can't explain why I felt it came across in a different style, it just 'felt' different to me.The only bad thing I can say about this book is that I did come across a few spelling errors and some grammar, which no matter how small, always distracts me from the story. I also was not 100% happy with the ending.She was 18 when she was sent to Africa (there was mention that she was starting university that fall), then the epilogue was 6m after her sentencing was done and presto she was married to Ian, her dad and her had mended fences (no mention of her relationship with her mother) and they (she and Ian) were on the Island in a room together after being married, making her now 19 presumably. It just did not sit right with me. A father who ignored her her whole life, did not even go see her once she got home after 5m away suddenly had this big turn around and became super involved with the workings/funding/supplies of the Orphanage? I could see if their rift was due to her bad behaviour. But their relationship was bad before she even started to be 'bad'. She said herself that her parents only had a child to present the 'show' of a happy family. Anyway, the ending bugged me. lol