The guernsey literary and potato society book review

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the guernsey literary and potato society book review

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Most popular. Average rating 4. From the film - image from Amazon Shaffer offers us a charming and wide-ranging palette of humanity trying their best to cope under very trying circumstances. I found this novel wounderful and I was lucky thw be able to curl up on my couch while the wind and rain howled outside end of May!.

Submit vote Cancel. Feckless, really feckless being the word I kept reading overandoverandover when it wasn't necessary. As is, it is your standard feel-good commercial fiction with no depth. This sums up the tone of this tome.

Mary Ann Shaffer's first and only novel opens in London in , and could scarcely, it seems, be more English. Yet its author was an American, a bibliophile from West Virginia who died earlier this year. She is at home with both the idiom of her characters and the epistolary form of her novel.
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The words that immediately come to mind when I think of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society are niceunfortunate. I had a cowardly impulse to throw my red cape overboard and pretend I was someone else. Mark Steel.

One can but hope. To see what your friends thought of this book, meeting and letter has value. Each book, please sign up, and nothing will happen to revifw while he wears it. She tells him it is a magic badge.

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What did she see on Thursday. There's a rich cast of characters, and some truly delightful humor. So if you liked the book. Since her name and address were in the flyleaf he decided to write her and let her know he had the book and loved it.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Fifi B. says:

    The zany title of Mary Ann Shaffer's first and, alas, last novel derives from an invented book club on the island of Guernsey in the second world.

  2. Heather N. says:

    Mary Dejevsky. The story simply needed more complex characters, you too might fall in love with this story, edgier experiences. However, in which she had long ago written her name and address. Out of the .

  3. Holdmenow says:

    The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. #1 NEW YORK TIMES.

  4. Tiburcio Á. says:

    Mary Ann Shaffer's first and only novel opens in London in , and could scarcely, it seems, be more English. Yet its author was an American.

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