Out of the Blue
Faith, the face of AM-UK's morning weather, is used to delivering the forecast. But this surprisingly unglam celeb is not used to being told the forecast--especially when it concerns her own marriage. After years of wedded bliss, there isn't much about her husband, Peter, that this thirty-five-year old doesn't know. In fac...more
I pondered giving up about halfway through the first, highly-annoyingly written chapter. I could not get involved in the emotional stake of any of these vapid, uni-dimensional and quite frankly, idiotic, characters in any way. Perhaps caricatures would be a better description.
The book is clearly dated with values from a previous decade....or two. The characters are naive, immature and ...more
I wish I had more to say about the synopsis of this book. Unfortunately, those two sentences pretty much sum it up. After the first 50 pages, I considered putting the book down. Then I decided, ...more
The litmus test for books for me revolves around the charatcers. Are they believable? Can I relate? Do I genuinely care what happens to them? And, most of all, do I miss them when the book is finishe ...more
One thing that really impressed me about this book (and all of the others I've read by this author), was the emotion. I felt as though I was feeling right along with the characters. My favorite part of this book, tho ...more
Perhaps the writing style is not for me... rambling descriptions on daily interactions and way too much focus on things unnecessary to the story (dog?). ...more
Il n'y a pas vraiment d'intrigue, je n'ai pas réussi à rentrer complètement dans l'histoire.
Le petit point positif de ce livre est que les détails sur son travail ç la télévision sont intéressants.
Lorsque j'ai lu les autres livres de cette auteur, j'etais passionnée par l'histoire mais pas celui ci.
Si vous n'avez jamais lu de livres d'isabel Wolff ne commencez pas par celui la !
Whew! By the time I got to the end, I felt like I'd run marathon. Uphill.
There were some twists I didn't see coming, so that was good. Still, I'd stick with this writer's other books.