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The nostalgia of Palisades Park and its location is just wonderful. Allan research on the Parks history was right on the mark and a big part of the book. The saga of Stopka family, the heart beat of the book, was just as intoxicating. Beautifully written, immensely consuming, LOVE IT! Bravo :)
Palisades has the rides...
Palisades has the fun...
Come On Over
Ride the coaster...
In the waves in the pool.
You\'ll have fun... so...
Come On Over.
From the first page to the last sentence, I was captivated. Stedman’s beautifully written story and unforgettable characters have you on a emotional roller coaster from beginning to end. Her description of the Lighthouse on Janus Rock were just wonderful it made we want to run away to a isolated Island. Tom and Isabel are a happy couple that make a very heartfelt decision which will haunt them till the end. Was it right or wrong, we always hope we make the best decisions, sometimes they could be selfish ones, or painful, but in the end we always hope there for the best. Compelling, powerful, definitely a must read.
This book was a diamond in the rough. Loved how Ellen Marie Wiseman took a non-fiction book and created a story around it. This book was addictive and my whole book club loved it. I had 4 new members join thanks to this book BRAVO Ms. Wiseman. We all wanted more...
I liked the way this book made me feel. It took me down my nostalgia road. Where I was, who I was with in many historical events. M.O. Walsh writing was pleasant in my mind. You could say it was a coming of age meets mystery. The beginning was smooth, middle slightly slow, ending great pick up. I can\\\\\\\'t wait to discuss it at my book club this week. Without no spoilers it is about a young teenager in Baton rouge who becomes a suspect in the rape of the girl across the street who he is obsessed with. Definitely a good read. I guess M.O. stands for MOVE OVER Walsh is coming through.
When I finished Leaving Time I felt like I was leaving family members behind. Loved it, my book club loved it. Five stars. Jodi Picoult did not disappoint her fans. Who does not love Jodi\\\'s story endings? The story was outstanding, it had mystery, paranormal elements, detectives, love triangle, and most of all elephants. Bravo Jodi, I applaud you, and the elephants....thank you
Ok not my favorite Lisa Genova book, but the lady can still write a good book. LOVE ANTHONY in the beginning takes place in Nantucket Island in winter(depressing weather), as two women (alternating chapters) try to rebuild their lives after different tragedies effect them. On one hand a wife has a cheating husband, on the other hand a mother grieves a lost son with autism.
Unbeknown to them, their lives interweave together.
Lisa provides a picture definition into the world of autism. Where most struggle to understand autism, Lisa introduces us to embracing it.
Not sure what my book club is going to say about it. They were not looking forward to reading another book about a boy with autism. LOVE ANTHONY wasn\\\\\\\'t just about that, it was about unconditional love and how to open our hearts and mind and let it in. It was a steady read, it made me feel good but in the end I felt cheated.
The character Beth was advised after she finished writing her book, \\\\\\\"you don\\\\\\\'t have the right ending yet\\\\\\\", well Lisa I believe that might be the same case here. You don\\\\\\\'t have the right ending...But I liked it
Book should have stayed in the safe where Alice Lee left it all those years.
Great fun, good read, but what isn't good by Neil Gaiman?
Beautiful book about a family, a war, Nazi's, and survival. Even days after reading it which I couldn't put it down, I would think about it and have a good cry. Love the book, love Kristin Hannah she never disappoints me. Bravo...
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