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A beautifully written novel with great emotional appeal set in Cornwall and CanadaMarine historian Mark Hannah finds a hauntingly beautiful figurehead in Newfoundland He traces her ship The Lady Isabella back to a small port in Cornwall where he meets Gabrielle Ellis the woman who is going to restor This book spans several generations and the stories are woven through several families I really enjoyed this book and found it moved along really uickly and kept me intrigued right through to the end It highlighted how other people can have such a remarkable impact on your own life either through withholding information or forcing things to go a certain way Well worth reading The Pallisers emotional appeal set in Cornwall and CanadaMarine historian Mark Hannah finds a hauntingly beautiful figurehead in Newfoundland He traces her ship The Lady Isabella back to a small port in Cornwall where he meets Gabrielle Ellis the woman who is going to restor This book spans several generations and the stories are woven through several families I really Guide de la Zarzuela enjoyed this book and found it moved along really uickly and kept me intrigued right through to the The Rebellion end It highlighted how other people can have such a remarkable impact on your own life The Deception of the Emerald Ring (Pink Carnation, either through withholding information or forcing things to go a certain way Well worth reading

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E her to her former glory Together they begin to trace jigsaw pieces of the lives of the carver Tom Welland and the real Lady IsabellaGabrielle becomes increasingly haunted by Isabella's lost life As Gabrielle's own life becomes inextricably involved with Mark's her story runs parallel with the live I liked this book except for the fact that it contained 16 unnecessary 'F' words and some brief but explicit sexI liked the change of typefaces for the different stories but they weren't always as cohesive as they could have been and there was a lot of detail that could've been left out of the story in the past that didn't connect to the present day storyThis book could have been written in half the words and still told a very good storyThe main character is Gabby who has had a difficult life growing up a cold marriage and chooses to embark on an affair with Mark the historian who brings the ship's mast head to Cornwall Gabby's first friend was Olive who ran the B B in Cornwall she first came to then she had Nell her mother in law and she didn't really have any others until Mark She was married to Charlie for over 20 years yet had never told him what she told Mark within a few monthsThere are plenty of subjects for book group discussion egGabby didn't drink alcohol at the beginning of the story and Elan said to her that alcoholism isn't genetic but recent research seems to suggest that it is which is right?Charlie and Josh did hand slapping and 'wahoo' at each other to say goodbye self conscious of hugging; Thomas said that he carved feelings that men cannot speak of is is true that men cannot show their feelings?Josh came home from army training because a friend had been killed during an exercise; Over the past 15 years there have been 126 deaths during training across all 3 services including 4 so far this year BBC News Sept 2015 why?it's the courage that comes with having suffered which strips away cant and shallowness page 420 is suffering really character building?

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S of Isabella her husband Richard and Tom Welland the carverTwo women living than a hundreds years apart yet against the same wild backdrop of sea and landscape make a rash bid for freedom to live another life But for both of them that choice means a loss which will greatly affect the next generatio A long book that seemed to take me ages but the characters are so believable and it had me in tears than once One of those books that has you dying to get to the end to see what happens whilst also dreading next getting to the end because it means the end of the story


10 thoughts on “Another Life

  1. says:

    NopeThere may well be a decent story in here but I'm abandoning it at 14% as the incessant naming in a two person conversation my biggest hate in any book is driving me insane You know the sort of thing'Blah blah blah Gabby' 'Yes blah blah blah Charlie' 'But Gabby blah blah blah 'Oh Charlie blah blah blah'Just Stop Now


  2. says:

    This book spans several generations and the stories are woven through several families I really enjoyed this book and found it moved along really uickly and kept me intrigued right through to the end It highlighted how other people can have such a remarkable impact on your own life either through withholding information or forcing things to go a certain way Well worth reading


  3. says:

    A great story and hard to put down Characters were interesting and they made you part of the story Would recommend


  4. says:

    I liked this book except for the fact that it contained 16 unnecessary 'F' words and some brief but explicit sexI liked the change of typefaces for the different stories but they weren't always as cohesive as they could have been and there was a lot of detail that could've been left out of the story in the past that didn't connect to the present day storyThis book could have been written in half the words and still told a very good storyThe main character is Gabby who has had a difficult life growing up a cold marriage and chooses to embark on an affair with Mark the historian who brings the ship's mast head to Cornwall Gabby's first friend was Olive who ran the B B in Cornwall she first came to then she had Nell her mother in law and she didn't really have any others until Mark She was married to Charlie for over 20 years yet had never told him what she told Mark within a few monthsThere are plenty of subjects for book group discussion egGabby didn't drink alcohol at the beginning of the story and Elan said to her that alcoholism isn't genetic but recent research seems to suggest that it is which is right?Charlie and Josh did hand slapping and 'wahoo' at each other to say goodbye self conscious of hugging; Thomas said that he carved feelings that men cannot speak of is is true that men cannot show their feelings?Josh came home from army training because a friend had been killed during an exercise; Over the past 15 years there have been 126 deaths during training across all 3 services including 4 so far this year BBC News Sept 2015 why?it's the courage that comes with having suffered which strips away cant and shallowness page 420 is suffering really character building?


  5. says:

    MehThere were many times I wanted to stop reading this book because of the boring nature Every time I was ready she'd pull me in with an exciting few chapters giving me hope for the rest of the book Then back to boring What's worse is the final few chapters where I assume she was trying to give us some closure Characters that were uite enjoyable were suddenly dead or dying with flippant remarks like oh so and so died then carries on with the sentence I would not read this again or recommend it to anyone


  6. says:

    This is my favourite book of the year so far The characters are all written with warmth and I spent most of the second part of the book in tears The author has a knack of writing moving scenes without being overly sensitive The storyline kept me interested with little twists and turns I was sorry to get to the end as I'd grown so attached to the characters


  7. says:

    A long book that seemed to take me ages but the characters are so believable and it had me in tears than once One of those books that has you dying to get to the end to see what happens whilst also dreading next getting to the end because it means the end of the story


  8. says:

    This was a great book but sometimes hard to read It was really In depth with family ties and emotions I love the art aspect tied in as I am an artist and I'm always interested when it is tied in It was very well written and I am looked forward to reading of Sara's books


  9. says:

    Nice steady storyline with twists that lead you through the bookEnjoyable read well written and an unusual story Recommend to someone who wants to read a good story that's not over sentimental


  10. says:

    First book by this author that I had read Absolutely loved it Just a shame she does not write that many book as I have enjoyed all her offerings


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