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  • Nicci Gerrard
  • English
  • 07 November 2018
  • 9780141017532

Nicci Gerrard Ð 5 review

Solace Author Nicci Gerrard characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Irene has a husband Adrian three small children and though she doesn't know it a marriage that is going wrong When she discovers that Adrian is having an affair the family is blown apartSolace is a story of contrasts While Adrian finds new l. I have had this book on my book pile for ages and regret that I didn t get around to reading it soonerNicci Gerrard is a whizz at being able to dissect failing thirtyfortysomething relationships and has a knack for knowing what makes them fail in the jigsaw puzzle of long time love Somehow she is able to give a parallel je ne sais uoi yet all knowing critiue of the relationships process without ever being chick litty or trite She seems like one smart cookie to me and I respect her for being able to look over the relationships sphere both philosophically and realisticallyGerrard investigates both sides of the relationship break down and here shows how a woman can triumph from being a victim a woman left after her husband s affair to re becoming a woman in her own right again The tone of the book is very mild calm and almost lulling surprisingly the writing never strikes an angry feminist tone which is uite refreshing in modern day fiction Her portrayal of characters seems very studied and again intelligent It s uite obvious from the first few pages that affair territory is going to be reached and after some sharp drama the rest of the novel tends to focus on how the female protagonist Irene learns to accept her fate and move on eventually positivelyI seemed to relate to the book particularly as I found that it has a resonance to my own life It was uite assuring to know that eventually Irene was able to lift herself out of the fog caused by a long term relationship and I enjoyed the way that Gerrard sketched and plotted this The style of writing is really smart sometimes poetic but often straight to the point often it s just poetically brutal with its mix of home truths and gently communicated factWill I read Nicci Gerrard again Without a doubt what a great writer on modern life and human relationships she is I love it when books surprise you and this one did most positively The Second Wave: The Makanza Series Book 0 yet all knowing critiue of the relationships process without ever being chick litty or trite She seems like one smart cookie to me and I respect her for being able to look over the relationships sphere both philosophically and realisticallyGerrard investigates both sides of the relationship break down and here shows how a woman can triumph from being a victim a woman left after her husband s affair to re becoming a woman in her own right again The tone of the book is very mild calm and almost lulling surprisingly the writing never strikes an angry feminist tone which is uite refreshing in modern day fiction Her portrayal of characters seems very studied and again intelligent It s uite obvious from the first few pages that affair territory is going to be reached and after some sharp drama the rest of the novel tends to focus on how the female protagonist Irene learns to accept her fate and move on eventually positivelyI seemed to relate to the book particularly as I found that it has a resonance to my own life It was uite assuring to know that eventually Irene was able to lift herself out of the fog caused by a long term relationship and I enjoyed the way that Gerrard sketched and plotted this The style of writing is really smart sometimes poetic but often straight to the point often it s just poetically brutal with its mix of home truths and gently communicated factWill I read Nicci Gerrard again Without a doubt what a great writer on modern life and human relationships she is I love it when books surprise The First Mile you and this one did most positively

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Solace Author Nicci Gerrard characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free M She decides to leave the unbearable silence of her home for a trip by herself to visit her brother Jem in FranceAnd as Irene soon realises being along can mean discovering freedom elation and even in the darkest of times finding your solac. I think this could have been shorter by half I was engaged up until the trip to France and the boat trip however I could overlook the boat but the disjointed anger displaced by one of the members on the boat towards Irene was unnecessary It was a sad story to the core but ultimately Irene is able to come back to the living for herself and her daughters That was the only redeemable uality in this book Mermaids A Gallery Girls Collection v 3 Gallery Girls Collection your solac. I think this could have been shorter by half I was engaged up until the trip to France and the boat trip however I could overlook the boat but the disjointed anger displaced by one of the members on the boat towards Irene was unnecessary It was a sad story to the core but ultimately Irene is able to come back to the living for herself and her daughters That was the only redeemable uality in this book

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Solace Author Nicci Gerrard characters ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ove and excitement Irene spirals into exhaustion self destruction and a kind of madnessWith their marriage in shreds and Adrian whisking their daughters on a trip of a lifetime ti Australia with his new lover Irene finally reaches rock botto. So I read this in a day a poorly duvet day admittedly It was a good entertaining and undemanding read although I did get a bit fed up with the heroine throwing things and breaking glass objects especially in her home where her children lived I know she was under some provocation but still Also her financial situation was a bit confusing why when she was no longer having to support her husband financially was she suddenly struggling to cope with debt But I uibble This book was a pleasant and diverting companion through 24 hours of autumnal greyness and post flu vaccine misery