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Pages no: 480
Edition language: Deutsch
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Literary Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
There is something about this book.There's something about the idea of chucking it all in and finding, if not peace, then at least calm -very much at the expense of others - family and friends be damned. About family and friends being obligations in the first place (results, not causes. Results, not...
Three of my girlfriends sent me a care package when I was on bedrest with my third. One of the books included was Ann Packer's debut novel, The Dive from Clausen's Pier. One of my girlfriends decided that I'd love the book simply because the main character reminded her of me, and I have to admit tha...
this is a book that is filled with sadness. i think it's intended to also have hope and possibility, but having just finished it, all i want to do is curl up in a ball and sob uncontrollably.even so (in part because of?), i really, really liked this book. the first and last sections in particular....
I felt sorry for the main character, Carrie. She wanted to leave BEFORE the accident, but how do you leave after? This book was long and several times I wanted to smack her upside the head and say "what ARE you thinking?!" but she didn't (but sorta did) deserve some of the things that happened to he...
After I finished it, I just lay there asking myself why the book ended the way it did. It reminded me of a "women's book" from the 1940s (back before there was chick-lit) where the main character would strike out on her own to do something daring like have a career (silly woman! that's man's work!),...
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