BOOKS ⚣ The Reading Group Author Elizabeth Noble – Buyphenergan500.us

The Reading Group The Reading Group Follows The Trials And Tribulations Of A Group Of Women Who Meet Regularly To Read And Discuss Books Over The Course Of A Year, Each Of These Women S Lives Becomes Intertwined, Both Through The Books They Read And The Real Life Stories They Tell.Inspired By A Shared Desire For Conversation, A Good Book And A Glass Of Wine, Clare, Harriet, Nicole, Polly And Susan Undergo Startling Revelations And Transformations Despite Their Difference In Background, Age And Respective Dilemmas.In The Reading Group, Noble Reveals The Many Complicated Paths In Life We All Face As Well As The Power And Importance Of Friendship.

BOOKS ⚣ The Reading Group  Author Elizabeth Noble – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Paperback
  • 429 pages
  • The Reading Group
  • Elizabeth Noble
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 0060760443

    10 thoughts on “BOOKS ⚣ The Reading Group Author Elizabeth Noble – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    I really need something light and fluffy now, but this book is giving me ADD I just hope it turns out to be better than Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons Update OK now I must rant Complaint 1 I have nothing against middle aged or any other kind of chick lit However, I feel that chick lit by definition should be both light and short This book was neither I found the process of reading it slow, and the book was way longer than it needed to be Complaint 2 This author tried to take I really need something light and fluffy now, but this book is giving me ADD I just hope it turns out to be better than Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons Update OK now I must rant Complaint 1 I have nothing against middle aged or any other kind of chick lit However, I feel that chick lit by definition should be both light and short This book was neither I found the process of reading it...


  2. says:

    Ex Bookworm group review I tried to like this book, but I didn t I tried not to be prejudiced against the sort of women who live in Surrey and who have the luxury of enough money and time to agonise at length about how miserable they are, but I was I think this was Elizabeth Noble s failure not mine I wasn t the one to keep mentioning Agas If Surrey women are ...


  3. says:

    It did take a bit for me to get into this book, but once I did, I became very invested in the characters The characters of the book are of all ages and at different stages in their life I liked that aspect, and that the issues they dealt with were so different.The book a...


  4. says:

    i wanted to throw this book across the room several times while forcing myself to finish it i am a little bit mad at myself for wasting hours of my life reading it, and am pretty sure i ve developed new scowl lines from actively giving the book dirty looks while rea...


  5. says:

    I enjoy reading stories from a feminist view This novel is written by an English author in an English setting, but it could have been an American setting without any problem Five women meet monthly to discuss one book each month These five women are of different ages, background, and contrasting dilemmas transform themselves through the shared community of a book group and become a forum for each of the women s views, expressed initially by the ...


  6. says:

    Read this one for, of all things, a book club It s about several women who form a book club and follows each of their lives through a year of book clubs meetings and much personal drama.I had a hard time reading and finishing it because it s just no mytype of book It s British Chick Lit, and well, now that I m married and a mom I just have a hard time relating Then again, most of the characters were married moms so you d think I could relate to at least one The problem was I couldn t relate Read this one for, of all things, a book club It s about several women who form a book club and follows each of their lives through a year of book clubs meetings and much personal drama.I had a hard time reading and finishing it because it s just no mytype of book It s British Chick Lit, and well, now that I m married and a mom I just have a hard time relating Then again, most of the characters were married moms so you d think I could relate to at least one The problem was I couldn t relate to anyone in the book I didn t like anyone in the book And...


  7. says:

    This was an easy read I listened as an audiobook lovely British accent it kept me company on a drive up and back from the coast, and while walking and crocheting I loved the conversations around the books each ...


  8. says:

    I was interested by the book, because the text on the back side of the cover intrigued me.The book itself was good, but for me notthan the 3 stars I gave it initially Somehow, in the course of the story, it becameandpredictable The daughter of one having an affair with and having the baby of another friend that is unwantedly childless is one But, if it is a book about LIFE, why does there have to be a happy or good ending to everything in this book I think that is too const I was interested by the book, because the text on the back side of the cover intrigued me.The book itself was good, but for me notthan the 3 stars I gave it initially Somehow, in the course of the story, it becameandpredictabl...


  9. says:

    It took me a while to get this book, and I was attempted to abandon it early on.I liked the idea of the book group and sharing the stories of the main characters, but I found it confusing in parts, especially during the book group as there was a lot of dialogue betweenthan two characters and I couldn t work out who was talking when.The stories of all the characters were quite complicated and could almost have a whole book for each of them to get deeper into their stories as they were all d It took me a while to get this book, and I was attempted to abandon it early on.I liked the idea of the book group and sharing the stories of the main characters, but I found it confusing in parts, especially during the book group ...


  10. says:

    Once I got into this chic lit novel, it kept me interested The quibble I have is that all the women in the novel are either a mothers or b soon to be mothers The one character who doesn t have children but, of course, she wants to is banished to helping children at an orphanage in Roumania ...

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