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The Address: A Novel - Fiona Davis
The Address: A Novel
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781524741990 (152474199X)
ASIN: 152474199X
Publisher: Dutton
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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Thewanderingjew rated it
4.0 Just a very good story with some interesting history.
The Address, Fiona Davis, author; Brittany Pressley, Saskia Maarleveld, narrators There are two competing narratives in this novel. In both, two women are featured. Each of the main characters is separated by a century, and each has a protagonist who is also an antagonist at different times. Often l...
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Girl Well Read rated it
2.5 The Address by Fiona Davis
A special thank you to Penguin Random House First to Read and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Fiona Davis' novel takes readers to the historic Dakota—the famous home of John Lennon from 1973 to his murder outside the building in 1980. The story opens in England with Sara Smythe...
carolesrandomlife rated it
3.0 The Address by Fiona Davis
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I liked this book but I didn't love it. There were parts of the story that I really liked while other sections of the book didn't capture my attention as well. This was a book that was never really hard for me to set aside. I actually st...
debbiekrenzer rated it
Excellent read!!! Set in NYC at The Dakota where Lennon was killed, it travels back and forth in time. From the beginning of the building, 1884/5 to 1985. A story of scandal, secrets, intrigue, lies, cruelty, trickery and family lineages.I loved Fiona Davis' first novel and I think this one is even ...
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Just a book blog rated it
4.0 The Address
Sara Smyth is working her way up to head housekeeper in a posh London hotel when she's offered the opportunity of a lifetime. Theodore Camden, one of the architects of The Dakota - a new apartment house in New York - offers her a job. This is a big deal for a woman in 1884. It also gives her the cha...
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