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Jane's House #2020

Jane s House A beautiful astonishing heartbreaking novel of love and loss and winning The sort of novel that comes along rarely to touch something personal in us It s the story of a man and woman falling in love

  • Title: Jane's House
  • Author: Robert Kimmel Smith
  • ISBN: 9780671460839
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jane's House By Robert Kimmel Smith, A beautiful, astonishing, heartbreaking novel of love and loss and winning The sort of novel that comes along rarely to touch something personal in us It s the story of a man and woman falling in love, and of the children and the memories of a perfect first wife that could keep them apart Excellent Philadelphia Inquirer

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    1 thought on “Jane's House

    1. Reading this book was sort of like entering a late 1970s time warp, as much of the language and scenarios were dated and a bit stilted However, the central story was good and has timeless appeal It was difficult to really like or sympathize with the main characters, as they were likable at times and intensely unlikable at other times That could have been what the author was intending, I suppose, in an effort to paint the many sides of human nature as the characters cycle through the grief of los [...]

    2. It s a sad and lifelike story of a family dealing with the death of a mother It asks how we adjust to such a tragic loss Can we ever replace wife mother I learned that we will be haunted by the memories that were made, but new happiness can be created by a difference in people and surroundings.

    3. I read this a couple summers ago and when I did I couldn t put the book down It caught my attention from the start.

    4. This is an old favorite of mine, about a woman who gets involved with a widower, only to find herself confronted with his children who do not want her in their lives I ve cried every time I ve read this.

    5. This book should come with a disclaimer Robert Kimmel Smith fans have come to love his light, humorous novels This one is very sad a five hanky book and not in his usual style at all.

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