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Before We Say Goodbye: The addictive, heart-wrenching novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author (English Edition) Format Kindle
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Sometimes second chancesare the most dangerous of all.
FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF OUR HOUSE
'A master of her craft' Rosamund Lupton
Olivia has never quite forgiven her mother for ending her teenage love affair with Richie, even now she's settled with a husband and two sons of her own.
So when her mother dies and leaves Olivia a message urging her to find Richie, Olivia's world is turned upside down.
Could this be her chance to create the family she should have had all along?
And where does that leave the one she's already got?
PRAISE FOR LOUISE CANDLISH
'Reminds me of Joanna Trollope at her best' Jojo Moyes
'A novel that redefines the term "unputdownable"'Heat
'Heart-breaking and heart-warming . . . we couldn't read it fast enough' Cosmopolitan
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- ASIN : B002TZ3DYO
- Éditeur : Sphere; 1er édition (6 août 2009)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 2314 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 442 pages
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Olivia's mother dies, with Olivia still never having forgiven her for upping sticks and abandoning her teenage children to run off and sleep with some other bloke. Sure enough, within a few chapters, Olivia has abandoned her own teenage children to..oh never mind, find out for yourself. Events move very slowly but predictably over 397 pages with this needy, selfish hypocrite until we reach a rather unsatisfactory conclusion, with some very unconvincing rationales for the main characters' actions.
The book is also rather badly edited. Neither Candlish nor her editor seem to be aware that south Dorset is not on the Atlantic coast, and are both under the impression that coastal walks are full of bridal (!) paths.
It's well written, as ever, and not as bad as 'Since I don't have you' but can't honestly say I'd recommend it.
It was one of those books I finished (rare for me not to but it does happen) but never felt it reached its potential as a story