4 edition of summer guest found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3553.R542 S86 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||652 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||652|
|LC Control Number||2004054904|
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The Summer Guest is not a book I would normally read but I wanted to get a feel for Justin Cronin's writing before I tackle The Passage. I also found the synopsis on the back cover interesting.
*No Spoilers* The story focuses on a group of people who have a strong attachment to a summer /5(). The Summer Guest book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
On an evening in late summer, the great financier Harry Wainwrigh 4/5. The Summer Guests by Mary Alice Monroe is a Gallery Books publication.
The ‘Beach House’ series has been a favorite summer treat of mine for years. Unfortunately, last summer, I couldn’t manage to squeeze this book into my schedule, despite my very best intentions/5.
"The Summer Guests is the story of mothers and daughters, a love story or two, and the mystical connection that happens between a rider and a horse.", Belle Magazine "A whirlwind of fascinating personal storylines propels soul searching, forgiveness, and second chances."/5().
The entire novel reads like a story out of another era, with the backdrop of the fishing camp as a reminder of another place and time. It is hard to believe that THE SUMMER GUEST actually takes place in Reading this book makes one think about lazy summer days from years gone by.
The Summer Guest book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. “The blind doctor, Zinaida Lintvaryova, stays in my heart long af /5.
THE SUMMER GUESTS listed as a "favorite beach reads of " —Southern Living Magazine "Fast-paced and fluid, with heartache as well as joy make this a most enjoyable read." —New York Journal of Books "Mary Alice Monroe is one of my favorite authors.
THE SUMMER GUESTS reaffirms why I feel this way." —Jackie K. Cooper, author and book reviewer. Enhance Your Book Club 1. Bring your pet to your next book club meeting.
The Summer Guests explores the strong bond between humans and their animals, particularly dogs and horses. Meet at a dog park to discuss the book, or follow up your book club meeting with a volunteer trip to a local animal shelter.
Dive in to your own beach house : Summer may be different from other summers, but no matter where you’re spending it, a good book is always a great means for escape. Whether you’re.
The Guest Book covers three generations of the Miltons of Oyster Bay and their summer home on an island in Maine. It is on the Island where the family comes each summer, ("when summer was a verb") that we get to know the Miltons and their devotion to family, /5(K).
Another gem this summer is Emily Henry’s BEACH READ (Jove, pp., paper, $16), which elevates what could be a self-conscious premise into a tender, thoughtful and very fun book. Enhance Your Book Club 1. Bring your pet to your next book club meeting. The Summer Guests explores the strong bond between humans and their animals, particularly dogs and horses.
Meet at a dog park to discuss the book, or follow up your book club meeting with a volunteer trip to a local animal shelter. Dive in to your own beach house : Gallery Books. “The Summer Guest gives us all of the pleasures of a superb mystery novel, but most of all it is a profound meditation on the power, and necessity, of the imagination.
What a deeply moving novel.” (Ron Rash, New York Times bestselling author of Serena and Above the Waterfall)/5(67). "The Summer Guest is a jewel, the best book I’ve read in a long, long time.
By all means take it to the beach, but be warned that it’s more than entertainment – it’s a work of art. Justin Cronin has written a great American novel.
reading this novel. Justin Cronin's previous book, Mary and O'Neil, also addresses the issues of coming of age, parenthood, and making peace with illness. In what ways do these concepts play out differently in The Summer Guest.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Summer Guest: A Novel/5(66). “The Guest Book” tells the story of the people who come to Crockett’s Island, summer after summer. Some are married in, some are born in, some are grandfathered in by virtue of their own.
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THE SUMMER GUEST Justin Cronin, Author. Dial $24 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Audio book sample courtesy of Penguin Random House Audio. Buy this book .Sarah Blake's The Guest Book is set predominantly on a private island off the coast of Maine owned by the Milton family.
There are roughly 3, islands in Maine's territory, some that are popular vacation spots, others that are entirely uninhabited. Indeed, “The Guest Book” is monumental in a way that few novels dare attempt. But is the loss of a $ million vacation home a relevant subject for a great American novel at this moment?