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!!> PDF / Epub ✅ Skylight Confessions ❤ Author Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us

Skylight Confessions Writing At The Height Of Her Powers, Alice Hoffman Conjures Three Generations Of A Family Haunted By Love.Cool, Practical, And Deliberate, John Is Dreamy Arlyn S Polar Opposite Yet The Two Are Drawn Powerfully Together Even When It Is Clear They Are Bound To Bring Each Other Grief Their Difficult Marriage Leads Them And Their Children To A House Made Of Glass In The Connecticut Countryside, To The Avenues Of Manhattan, And To The Blue Waters Of Long Island Sound Glass Breaks, Love Hurts, And Families Make Their Own Rules Ultimately, It Falls To Their Grandson, Will, To Solve The Emotional Puzzle Of His Family And Of His Own Identity.

!!> PDF / Epub ✅ Skylight Confessions  ❤ Author Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us
  • Hardcover
  • 264 pages
  • Skylight Confessions
  • Alice Hoffman
  • English
  • 19 July 2017
  • 0316058785

    10 thoughts on “!!> PDF / Epub ✅ Skylight Confessions ❤ Author Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    Read Practical Magical and was expecting something similar, a dark entertaining adult fairytale It s dark alright, bleak to be honestlike Magical Melodrama We re talking death, haunting, adultery, drug addition Played out in a story spanning three generations and spiced with Hoffman s trademark touch of magic.It begins with Arlyn, a waif like or...


  2. says:

    Please note my rating is actually three and a half stars Anyone who mistakenly thinks reading an Alice Hoffman novel will be a light and enjoyable bit of fluff, has obviously never read one Even at her most buoyant and optimistic, Ms Hoffman writes books that will haunt you forever And Skylight Confessions a truly awful title for a book that deserved better is not a buoyant and optimistic book by any stretch of the imagination It i...


  3. says:

    I could not engage with this book I found it trite and superficial I hung in through the end, though, hoping it would redeem itself It is the first book I have read by Alice Hoffman, and I don t feel inspired to pick up another, though I know I should probably consider it, as Hoffman comes up a lot on people s favorite author lists From the beginning, I couldn...


  4. says:

    all I can say is I am on an Alice Hoffman readathon This book was depressing and slow but brilliant and sad.


  5. says:

    Every time I pick up an unread Hoffman novel I am amazed by her skill with the written word The way she can form a sentence, twist it into something ethereal and beautiful, it always leaves me breathless I always feel cleansed and well read after a Hoffman novel, as though the books I finished leading up to her works were trivial and here is something of worth to spend my time on.Following four generations of the Moody family who live in the Glass Slipper in suburban Connecticut, Skylight Conf Every time I pick up an unread Hoffman novel I am amazed by her skill with the written word The way she can form a sentence, twist it into something ethereal and beautiful, it always leaves me breathless I always feel cleansed and well read after a Hoffman novel, as though the books I finished leading up to her works were trivial and here is something of worth to spend my time on.Following four generations of the Moody family who live in the Glass Slipper in suburban Connecticut, Skylight Confessions begins with Arlyn Singer and John Moody as they meet under strange circumstances and form a bond that will affect their children and their grandchildren to come Under the glass roof and clear walls of their ho...


  6. says:

    The story begins with an introduction to the character Arlyn Singer, who at age seventeen has just lost her father And as she stands on the porch after the funeral, gazing outward, she vows that the next person walking by will be the one Then a stranger stops by, asking for directions, and they are drawn together Even when circumstances appear to step in and interrupt what has beg...


  7. says:

    Another heartbreakingly beautiful story from Alice Hoffman.


  8. says:

    i liked this one but did not love it i do consider myself a fan of alice hoffman, but this one just wasn t on the top of my list i liked the first portion of the book, but then it just fell flat i couldn t really relate to any of the characters i loved sam s character initially but the teenage sam, i really didn t care for he was just self absorbed uninteresting, in my opinion now that i think about it, i really didn t like ANY of the characters cynthia was a bitch but hoffman tried i liked this one but did not love it i do consider myself a fan of alice hoffman, but this one just wasn t on the top of my list i liked the first portion of the book, but then it just fell flat i couldn t really relate to any of the characters i loved sam s character initially but the teenage sam, i really didn t care for he was just self absorbed uninteresting, in ...


  9. says:

    As an avid fan of Alice Hoffman and her magic realism I order her books hardcover I am so sure of their enjoyment I know the prose will be a lyrical, colorful, elegant and memorizing while tackling dark issues I know I will be utterly consumed and unable to read just a bit here and there I know I will come away pondering and appreciating the read f...


  10. says:

    This novel starts as an interesting story of a troubled Connecticut family In a boring moment, it becomes a ghost story The characters play only one note each, but there are enough of them to keep the story moving at first When the ghost is doing something uninteresting single mindedly, you recall that everyone here is single minded The house of cards falls down, and the book goes on the I give up list.Is it just me, or is the physicist apparently unemployed _because_ all of his research i This novel starts as an interesting story of a troubled Connecticut family In a boring moment, it becomes a ghost story The characters play only one note each, but there are enough of them to keep the story moving at first When the ghost is doing something uninteresting single mindedly, you recall that everyone here is single minded The house of cards falls down, and the book goes on the I give up list.Is it just me, or is the physicist apparently unemployed _because_ all of his research ...

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