Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

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Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

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Other reviewers have mentioned that they didn’t really see the point in the Laura/Matt “story on the side,” but for me, I found it a nice addition. I’m not gonna spill more beans but I can only say the conclusion about some of the characters’ stories are not fair! I have loved reading most of Jojo Moyes’ previous books but I found this one rather disappointing, quite run of the mill. But when her husband dies suddenly, leaving her with a mountain of debt, she and her two children are forced to abandon their home and move to the Spanish House, a now-dilapidated manor Isabel inherited in the English countryside. Kitty has to grow up fast as she tries to pitch in and help, but Thierry has had serious issues ever since the death of his father.

Two men who each like her - one is wealthy, sleeps around and doesnt care about his family, the other is the strong silent type who obviously has a past. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. I'd say this is a great beach read, but don't expect to be challenged by it or spend a lot of time thinking about it after. She is a violinist whose entire world had consisted of music, she is a mother of two children, Kitty and Thierry, but is a hopeless mother who had left the childcare to others. nici nu este greu, căci soțul ei o iubește și o sprijină în pasiunea ei, iar financiar nu are nicio grijă.bet kažkiek nuspėjama 😌 lengvam skaitymui pats tas, bet man norėjosi daugiau veiksmo, ir žinoma meilės naktyje. I love Jojo Moyes, her books are always really different from each other and her style is so easy to follow, it is like getting into your comfy slippers. No podemos hacer caso a la sinopsis, porque es un despiste total, y eso me tenía confundida al principio, de hecho pensaba "a ver cómo arreglas esto".

First of all, the house is a complete mess, almost as if it is falling apart from the inside outwards and as I’m sure you can imagine, Isabel is no Miss DIY! She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years. Her neighbours, Laura and Matt, do nothing in the slightest to make her feel welcome to the village; on the contrary Matt is out for revenge and Laura is lost in her ever crumbling world. Isabel is a successful violinist who doesn't get her hands dirty, her daughter Kitty is a sensible 15 year old who misses her friends and son Thierry has not spoken since his father was killed in a road accident a year ago. All Isabel ever wanted to do was devote her life to her music, but now with her husband gone, she has to try to provide for her children.I normally take to one or more of her characters, especially the main players, however, I didn't find this the case in this story. Her teenage daughter Kitty takes on more responsibility than she should, and her young son Thierry has retreated into a world of silence since his father died. Das Buch ist ein angenehm leicht zu lesender Schmöker für ein Wochenende auf dem Balkon oder auf der Couch. Her novels have been translated into forty-four languages, have hit the number one spot in twelve countries and have sold over thirty-eight million copies worldwide.

But when they arrive, they realise that the house is much more than they bargained for, and the amount of work it needs is enormous. This novel follows the lives of the people in the little village where 'The Spanish House' is located. This really is perfect holiday reading with the book moving along at a good pace with different strands of the story coming to a satisfactory conclusion although I don’t think this has the depth of her more recent novels. What makes this book special is the thoughtful manner of Moyes' characterizations and the believability of the situation. She had a chance of a normal relationship and some happiness, but she threw it away so she could spend the rest of her life being Matt's doormat, it was such a depressing ending.The main characters are much more of a realistic mixture of traits, and I found Isabel's children particularly likeable. Moyes' novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists' Association (RNA) Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004.



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