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    Summary Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Jenny Eclair Jenny Eclair ´ 8 characters PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] This is a fantastic book with an amazing story of family betrayal and secrets I was hooked from the startEdwina decides that her house of the last 50 years is too big for her and calls an estate agent As he values

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] I have been aware of Jenny Éclair for years as a comedienne but I have never read any of her books before I think I had a preconceived notion that I would get a light fluffy chick lit read with a heroine dripping with sarcasm and in fact nothing could have been further from the truth This is a wonderful read with well dr

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] Jenny Eclair ´ 8 characters review Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair This book I bought because I really thought I would like the story It started off as a good story with daydreaming thoughts of a female with maybe early dementia Then the second part of this book came and it really changed

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] Summary Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Jenny Eclair When its tempting to write a one word review for a book the word of choice for this one is 'underwhelming' Despite its high Goodreads rating I feel much of this is perhaps due to a slight bias by fans of the author When I purchased the book I didn't immediately recognise the writer is the same woman who often appears on daytime women's int

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] Jenny Éclair has a very fresh and interesting writing style and I can’t wait to read of her books This one dr

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    review Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] Jenny Eclair ´ 8 characters A fantastic read with believable characters this is an amazing story of family secrets and betrayals Jenny Eclair had me hooked from the start This is one one of those books where I couldn't wait to read to find out what became of the characters but I didn't want the book to end eitherMoving and completely absorbing this book is re

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] This is a slow burner I got to almost half way and thought I wasn’t sure if I’d finish it but I loved it once it picked up pace All the characters are very well developed some you like and some you really don’t likeI think the way it was told from different points of view I just felt Edwinas view at the start was a bit long and could have been shorter

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    Jenny Eclair ´ 8 characters PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] Last year I read Jenny's Life Death and Vanilla Slices and I rated this book with 5 stars I truly loved this story it was different and yet felt so very close home and so I kept my eyes opened on any new release by this author Almost as soon as my review copy of Moving arrived I started reading it I was incredibly hooked by the synopsis to this book and having in mind previous novel I was sure I am for a real treat againAnd yes

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] Edwina now lives alone in a family house it is now much too big for he she has decided to sell up and while sorting out her goods and chattels old memories are stirred up from the past and her family’s stories come back to haunt herEdwina is an artist and illustrator her first husband and father to her twins dies very young in a freak accident on a family holiday I warmed to her as a character looking back over an eventful life where n

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    PDF NEW [Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair] For me there was so much to love here Reads a uote on the back cover ‘This house has our blood sweat love laughter and betrayal seeped into

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  • Paperback
  • 388
  • Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair
  • Jenny Eclair
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 9780751550948

review Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair

Summary Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Jenny Eclair Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair review ☆ 8 Room she is transported back to her old life as a young mother Back to her first husband Ollie and their twins James and Rowena Back to lies and dark secrets and to a stepson whose name Edwina cannot even bear to speak aloud As Edwina's story unravels she is revealed as a complex and intriguing person Not just the 'frail old lady' trapped in her dated hou. When its tempting to write a one word review for a book the word of choice for this one is underwhelming Despite its high Goodreads rating I feel much of this is perhaps due to a slight bias by fans of the author When I purchased the book I didn t immediately recognise the writer is the same woman who often appears on daytime women s interest talkshows She also has a notable career in radio I ordinarily shy away from celebrity authors but decided to give Moving a shot nonetheless As it so happens I doubt I will pick up any other of the authors other novels based upon this one It began promising enough as the reader journey s with Edwina as she attempts to begin the process of selling her huge London home In doing so she is reminded of the memories hidden in each room The first hundred or so pages are devoted to Edwina simply moving through the home with a rather nervous estate agent in tow chapters are headed by the rooms which I found a little peculiar Very abruptly the story switches to another protagonist Fern and I struggled to see how she fitted into the story I had somewhat of a soft spot for poor Edwina who is gradually beginning to lose her marbles but couldn t empathise with Fern Maybe its the fact the book is set predominantly in the eighties maybe its the graphic descriptions of Fern s sex life and drug taking I m not sure Either way I wasn t keen on Fern s behaviour or her blatant infidelity The author attempts to paint Fern in a sorrowful light at times but I wasn t having any of itMany of the books supporting characters are very typically middle class English but unfortunately this came off as cliched right from having groceries delivered from Harrods to having high tea at a posh London hotel Conversely some of the book is down to earth and set in the slightly less glamorous city of Manchester in grubby student digs The author emphasises the changing attitudes typical of the eighties chiefly attitudes towards homosexuality I was pleased Fern treated her gay flatmates with indifference at their sexuality but the author falls into the trap of turning them into sex toy mad lesbians SighBy the last third of the book I didn t care much for what happened to any of the lead characters Having read far past Edwina s story I had almost forgotten about her The main storyline is the most underwhelming aspect of the book I guessed what was happening long before the author made her big revealThis is not the worst book I have read this year but it comes dangerously close

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Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair

Summary Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Jenny Eclair Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair review ☆ 8 Edwina Spinner has lived in the same house for over fifty years It used to be a busy crowded family home but now Edwina lives alone and it has grown too big for her She has decided to sell itThe young estate agent who comes to value the house sees potential Knock down a few walls add a wet room 'People like a project' But as Edwina takes him from room to. I have been aware of Jenny clair for years as a comedienne but I have never read any of her books before I think I had a preconceived notion that I would get a light fluffy chick lit read with a heroine dripping with sarcasm and in fact nothing could have been further from the truth This is a wonderful read with well drawn interesting and realistic characters who I really fell for hook line and sinker The first I met was Edwina She has lived in the same house for fifty years and it is now getting a bit much for her She needs to sell and as we follow her through meeting the estate agent and then sorting through a lifetime of clutter we see all her memories of her life in the house and her family come flooding back to her She has had good times in that house but also some incredibly sad times and in addition there are subtle hints dropped about a so far unexplained to the reader tragedy What I adored about her was how very real she felt she thinks thoughts that every woman thinks even the ones we would not dream of admitting to Just when I had fallen totally in love with Edwina however we find ourselves moving onto another perspective There are three different perspectives in this story that spans from the 1960s to the present day I am not going to say anything about the two other characters whose eyes we see through because I don t want to spoil the read for anybody elseIt is a story about love and family and especially family dynamics Suffice to say this is a wonderful read with memorable characters who uickly became part of my literary family Edwina especially There were happy and sad moments in a compelling story that gets just a little darker the you read onMany thanks to the publishers for the review copy

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Summary Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Jenny Eclair Moving AUTHOR Jenny Eclair review ☆ 8 Se but a woman who has lived an extraordinary life full of love and tragedy Why is she now so alone What happened to Edwina's family all those years ago Moving Jenny Eclair's fourth novel reveals a writer at the height of her powers Gripping heart breaking and laced with black humour it is a novel of family secrets shocking betrayals and most of all of ho. Last year I read Jenny s Life Death and Vanilla Slices and I rated this book with 5 stars I truly loved this story it was different and yet felt so very close home and so I kept my eyes opened on any new release by this author Almost as soon as my review copy of Moving arrived I started reading it I was incredibly hooked by the synopsis to this book and having in mind previous novel I was sure I am for a real treat againAnd yes I was right Even though I can t help thinking that this story is much serious than Life Death and Vanilla Slices although it was also not only bed of roses and fun fun fun the writing style stayed the same the storytelling interesting and the plot even though I have read books about the same idea previously was fresh original and it tackled the story from different to all the others angle Yes true there were moments that the novel felt a little flat and too slow but altogether the way it was told the characters events and surprises defended themselves and Moving was intriguing hooking readWhat I really liked was the way the novel was built At the beginning I thought OK it is a story of Edwina but in fact the book was told in parts and for me it was incredibly interesting to see how the story in fact came full circle and came back to the starting point the end was brilliant for me Just brilliant and how all the people involved even though they didn t know it they had no idea about it were connected how the story intertwined their lives without their knowledge Moreover as much as there were some things that I could see coming mostly the story totally took me by surprise and I couldn t be sure what s coming nextAlso the strength of this book lies in its characters They are not absolutely immediately likeable On the contrary they are often very unpleasant they are people that we wouldn t necessarily like as our friends But in my eyes this is what makes them real characters they feel totally realistic three dimensional they make a lot of mistakes and often they don t learn from those own mistakes only continue making them again and again Young girls fell for unsuitable boys young boys put their interest in inappropriate things adults stereotype other people and are not able to forgive uite so are the people in this story But this made reading much interesting and the feelings much realisticIt is also incredibly genuine and honest image of family relationships especially the dynamics of the patchwork family Jenny Eclair has written how it is she s written it so honestly that there were moments it really hurt so brutal it was but I liked it there was no beating around the bush no pulling the wool over the reader s eyes she has perfectly described feelings of all people involved I only didn t expect the situation to escalate so much to go as far as it went but of course the way the plot went didn t bother me at all This story is full of secrets and the way the author reveals them all is truly exceptional and also there are mostly secrets that I didn t expect and you know how hard it is to surprise meThe way Edwina told her story was brilliant it felt as if every room in the house was telling about its own history She s selling the house that was a witness to so many events and we learn about her life starting when she entered the house as a pregnant newlywed through losing her first husband raising her children having second husband working I was so deep into Edwina s story that changing it to Fern s felt very abrupt and felt not as a next part but as if a new book was starting but soon this feeling was forgotten and I was back on track Fern s story is set in the 80 s and it is mostly in this part that we get the bigger picture and see how the lives of the characters interweave even if they don t know about it And last part is told from Lucas s point of view a stepson of Edwina in the present and even if it was a short part it was shocking as Lucas started to reveal his secretsThis book is moving pun intended and really absorbing The characters are believable and outstanding and it felt as if they were living their own lives Jenny Eclair has also an incredible writing style it is dry but also very emotional it is humorous but also full of sadness and she can create amazing characters that we root for no matter what they do It is really impressive gripping read and I couldn t wait to pick the book again you know it is this kind of story that you want to read as uickly as possible to see what s going to happen but on the other hand you don t want to finish highly recommendedCopy received from publisher in exchange for a review