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by Sue Miller

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ISBN:
0816157553
Author:
Sue Miller
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (July 1, 1993)
Pages:
472 pages
EPUB book:
1839 kb
FB2 book:
1784 kb
DJVU:
1682 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
644


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Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. Hardcover: 679 pages. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (January 1, 1994).

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Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. Hardcover: 407 pages. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (November 1, 1985). ISBN-13: 978-0816139279. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Is there a decent life after the sudden death of a dearly loved spouse? Will Tony find courage? Can the hero prove who the villain is? Early in the book we find out there is indeed a bad guy, but who is he? How does everything tie together? The reader and the hero take this path together. This is an excellent traditional mystery. I read this book after reading The Nightingale and Winter Garden by the same author. Both of those books were wonderful portraits of strong women beating the odds through war or famine and I loved them both

Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. Hardcover: 528 pages. Both of those books were wonderful portraits of strong women beating the odds through war or famine and I loved them both. Home Again is an earlier book by Hannah. It is clear in this book that she is still looking for her voice. Barbara Delinsky writes great stories and makes the characters come alive. Hardcover: 566 pages. Publisher: G K Hall & Co (October 1, 1997). I felt like I knew Danica. I loved all the twists and turns, and the different characters in the book. I look forward to another book of hers.

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ISBN13: 9780783887791.

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During World War II, she fell in love with journalist Eric Siepmann and lived with him for several years before they were married, which caused Mary's parents to cut her out of.Hall large print book series.

During World War II, she fell in love with journalist Eric Siepmann and lived with him for several years before they were married, which caused Mary's parents to cut her out of their will in disapproval. When her husband died, she was broke with a teenage son. During the late 1960's, she wrote two books, "Speaking Terms" and "The Sixth Seal," but it wasn't until she was in her seventies that her first major novel was published, "Jumping the Queue.

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After years of separation, Lottie Gardner, her brother Cameron, and their childhood neighbor, Elizabeth, reunite in their home town, and, when tragedy strikes, they are forced to reexamine their lives. (General Fiction)
  • Jugami
If there were enough Sue Miller books so that I could read a new one every week, I would read nothing but Sue Miller books forever!
Her characters feel so real to me, their lives so eminently plausible. She has a wonderful understanding, I think, of the human condition and how we relate to each other and the world. Her writing is so smart.
I loved Lottie, the main character, and I understood what made her tick. I've known people like Elizabeth, like Cam, like Jack. They are written so well, so genuinely. This is a story of family, love, regret, remorse, guilt, and much more. You will like it if you are a person that explores feelings, emotions, situations, personalities, and motives. If you like to explore relationships and motivations.
So in case you haven't guessed, I recommend this book. I loved it.
  • Rishason
I'm working my way through all of Sue Miller's novels. Each has been an excellent read, and the subject matter is quite varied and each story unique. She writes about relationships, attitudes, regrets, mistakes. Her characters are alive and recognizable. She's an extraordinary storyteller and creates situations that are believable and striking. Few current serious novelists do it better. ,
  • Uste
Well-written (I like Sue Miller's novels) but this one just beat the subject to death and went on and on and on. I almost didn't finish it, but I did, only to find the ending less than satisfactory. I liked "The Good Mother" much better.
  • Bludworm
Basically 339 pages that say nothing of value. A story about "LOVE" which Lottie is to write but can't and in the end doesn't. Though love isn't just a feeling--one has to work at it--is stated in the book, it is not backed up by the details touched on by the many characters in the story.

This one was tough to struggle through in order to finish reading.
  • Kearanny
Although Sue Miller is one of my favorite authors, I felt like I had to pulps my way through this novel. None of the characters were likeable and the story line was boring.
  • Moogura
I enjoyed this novel very much, as I have with all Sue Miller's works, including her memoir.
  • Anardred
I love Sue Millers novels and this one did not disappoint. She captures the small and subtle interactions , expressions and complications of relationships, between lovers, family members, friends.
this is my 4th sue miller book and it is my favorite. the main character is a flawed and complicated woman struggling to be in a committed relationship despite her fiercely independant nature. the story runs backwards in time which is really well done. it is an interesting look into people's inner worlds and how they define love.