Come back to Tara...to Scarlett and Rhett...and to the greatest love story in all fiction. This is the book whose initial publication was an instant sensation: selling out immediately, setting new records, and enthralling readers all over the world. This is the book everyone wants to read, savor,... show more
Come back to Tara...to Scarlett and Rhett...and to the greatest love story in all fiction. This is the book whose initial publication was an instant sensation: selling out immediately, setting new records, and enthralling readers all over the world. This is the book everyone wants to read, savor, and enjoy...
Publish date: October 1st 1992
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 896
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Gone with the Wind (#2)
I finished this late last night and I'm still not 100% sure on my feelings about it. I guess the best that I can say was that it was okay. I wasn't overly wowed with anything, but I don't feel a complete resounding hatred toward the author for butchering two of my favorite literary characters. I d...
It was only physical pain, she could stand that. It was the other pain—the postponed, delayed, denied shadowy pain—that she couldn't bear. Not yet, not here, not when she was all alone. Gone With the Wind is one of my all time favorite books so I always felt that one day I would get around to readi...
While it was nice to read what could have happened in the continuing story of Scarlett and Rhett, and I liked scenes set in Ireland, there was a sense throughout that Alexandra Ripley was trying to tread the safe ground too much. This was especially so when it came to the introduction of characters ...
In what is essentially a fanfiction, Alexandra Ripley, with the approval and support of Margaret Mitchell's family/heirs, continues the Gone with the Wind saga. I liked this book. I hated the made for TV movie. But I quite liked this book. The tone/voice was very similar to the original.
This reader's personal opinion, ©2012, all rights reserved.* Wildly improbable with Scarlett unrecognizable and Rhett barely so (and absent for much of book). Started with decent slant of getting more into her father's background versus the southern "aristocracy" she was raised in...except that was...