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Rachel, with her self pity, was too annoying to be a good protagonist. I could have shaken that woman, and told her that she should make the effort to get her life back onto track. I could also have told her that instead of having an affair, she should be trying to save her marriage. You may accuse me of wanting perfect characters, but that is not true. I think that flawed characters make for the most flawless of stories.
But, Rachel was just not likeable.
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He was a selfish character, and I gathered that from the very beginning. How he never contacts Rachel after giving her the cheque was not only disgusting, it was cowardly as well. The only character in this slew of bad characters I liked and empathized with was Andrew. He struck me as being the only victim in the entire story, who at least tried to bring his life back together.
However, after picking out so many faults, I must say that the story itself has many layers and depth to it.
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It is engrossing and to an extent, addictive as well. Although this is the first time I am reading this author, I have loads of hope attached to her now, and will look forward to her next book. All in all, a nice book, one that leaves you thinking about the complexities of life if you manage to suspend logic for a while. Originally reviewed at www. Aug 01, Bookread2day rated it it was amazing.
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I give high praise to Suzanne Bugler because this is simply another great book from Suzanne Bugler. Suzanne is one my favourite authors. It does not matter what book suzanne writes, I totally love them all. I have read them all and I do not have favourite.
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I can not wait for Suzanne Bugler to publish another book. Be sure I will be reading it. Doaes any one know what Suzanne Bugler 4th book is? For any one who does not know what to buy some one as a present Suzanne I give high praise to Suzanne Bugler because this is simply another great book from Suzanne Bugler.
For any one who does not know what to buy some one as a present Suzanne Bugler's books are simply an excellent choice for a present. I was hooked from the start and fell in love with the characters. I empathised with Rachel's loneliness and hunger for love and touch. The ending was somewhat unexpected but a good conclusion nonetheless. Jan 25, Aileen rated it it was amazing. Rachel Morgan is married to Andrew they have a teenage son Jonathan who they seem to treat like a baby Rachel is still grieving the death of her teenage friend Vanessa and death of her unborn child Andrew and Rachel have an empty marriage.
Rachel contacts vanessas brother Simon they start an Affair, Simon tells her it's over he has to concentrate on his family, but is Rachel pregnant? I thought this book was a little bit weird at times, I was drawn to the book and wanted to see what would happen, Rachel Morgan is married to Andrew they have a teenage son Jonathan who they seem to treat like a baby Rachel is still grieving the death of her teenage friend Vanessa and death of her unborn child Andrew and Rachel have an empty marriage.
I thought this book was a little bit weird at times, I was drawn to the book and wanted to see what would happen, I really enjoyed this book I would definetely recommend. Feb 17, Megan Taylor rated it it was amazing Shelves: What can I say other than brilliant - the second book I have read by Suzanne Bugler and loved. Its a book that will engross you and has a dark side to it and makes you think as its just a normal family - whatever normal is!
Go on read it, you won't be disappointed. Apr 19, June rated it it was amazing Shelves: A compelling but ultimately sad look at the effect losing a baby has on a family. The parents each cope in different ways and their older child suffers too.. Feb 17, Pauline Ross rated it liked it Shelves: I'm not sure what to make of this book. It's not the sort of thing I normally read - it's contemporary, and might perhaps fit the literary genre.
I'm not even sure why I bought it now. The premise is a straightforward one: Rachel, a married woman with a son, gives birth to a stillborn baby daughter, and this event colours her family's life for years afterwards. She retreats into herself, her husband does the same, and the surviving child becomes the focus of all their attentions.
There's also an I'm not sure what to make of this book. There's also an event in Rachel's past, a childhood friend from a higher level of society, who died of a brain tumour, and that too becomes something which defines Rachel. The problems with this book are the typical ones for the genre. Because the setting is very ordinary, there's an element of over-writing the descriptive passages to make them more evocative.
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Sometimes this works quite well, as the author is quite perceptive, but sometimes it just feels like Then there's the plot. Given the premise above, what would be the tritest, least original plot-line you could think up? Yep, that's exactly how it goes.
I won't reveal it, in case there are two people left on the planet who might be surprised by any of it, but it's a total cliche-a-thon. The biggest problem, for me, is that the story fails one of my standard tests for plots: Romances typically depend on the author finding ingenious ways for the main characters to misunderstand each other, and fantasy depends on wizards or dwarves who talk in cryptic riddles, but in modern settings it all has to be done by character. Is Rachel believable as the sort of person who simply doesn't talk to her husband? Is the husband believable as a man who quietly accepts his miserable life for nine years?
Is it really credible that Rachel's sister is such a cow, or that the man she confides in is a total jerk? Some people would probably let such issues slide by, but for me it just didn't work. Ultimately, this is the sort of story a reader might well enjoy by simply accepting the characters as they are, and empathising with their tragedy.
I was never tempted to abandon it, even when it descended from contrived plot devices into a farcical level of melodrama at the end. Up to a point, I even enjoyed it, but other people's miserable lives aren't that interesting to me, and there were just too many obstacles to full enjoyment so that for me it never rose above three stars.
Jun 30, Linda rated it really liked it. I read this in two days - absolutely riveting. The narrator isn't a sympathetic character but the more one reads, the more one finds out why. The child in this is revolting, but again, it comes to light quite why he's been allowed to grow up to be like this. Noen of them are nice people, nobody is well-behaved, nothing good happens - and yet it's unputdownable. I was horrified to realise I'd finished it so quickly and so happy to find she has another, by all accounts, better book for me to read.
May 02, Phil rated it liked it. I have never read a book where I have felt less empathy for a central character. Feb 06, Meera rated it it was ok. It had an interesting premise about how a family deals with the grief of having a still born child, but the characters were so frustrating and selfish, especially the central protagonist, Rachael. Also, you could tell 'the twist' coming a mile off. But not an easy read. We become co-dependent or insecure. Then we carry our pain with us as we grow older. Most of our pain is the child within us, feeling hopeless, desiring to be loved, to be accepted.
The little girl or boy who needs to be nurtured, loved and told she is capable of anything she puts her mind to is now buried among a heap of adult responsibilities. Sometimes we are in so much pain, but we have really no idea why or how we ended up where we currently find ourselves.
As adults, nurturing the child within is an act of self-love. To start healing the child within, bring forth the little girl or little boy in meditation.
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Wrap your young self in your arms and call upon your parents, their soul essence alive or crossed over , and ask them for what you need from them and be open to receiving it. Be willing to forgive them for not being able to give you what you needed when you were younger, but know, now they can.
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If more things come up for you, allow it, feel it. I am inspired by her ability to forgive those around her, for understanding, as an adult, how some people acted the way they did, as they too were hurting in their own way. This book has given me the strength to look at my own life and learn to forgive. I am in admiration of her strength and courage. Shaw is a truly inspirational woman whose story needs to be heard. Your email address will not be published.
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