Days of Grace - Catherine Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 1846271835 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Catherine Hall / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2009-02-02 by Portobello Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... what these are is what keeps the reader so intrigued. We want to find out, for example, why Nora chooses not to seek ... more
Customer Days of Grace - Catherine Hall Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
I picked up this book in a Borders' last day sale along with a good few other books that I was getting for around 40p. The blurb made it sound interesting enough, so I bought it and forgot about it until I picked it out of the bag again at random and began to read it. At the start of the book, we meet Nora, an elderly woman and the book's main character. The story is narrated in first person from her point of view; but we learn almost immediately that Nora has a fatal illness and will not have long left to live. The narration of the book is also unique in that it switches between two periods of time in Nora's life: the first being her as an old, dying woman; ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Days of Grace - Catherine Hall ...
Head Over Heels - Jill Mansell - I hate these bloody boxes! And these ones!!
The Fourth Hand - John Irving - short, stays with you none
The Group - Mary McCarthy - A fascinating portrait of attitudes in the 1930s, often very witty Not many happy endings
The Boat to Redemption - Su Tong - Excellent author Not his best work
The Rescue - Nicholas Sparks - Emoitional, good characters, a page-turner none.
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|All The King's Men: The British Soldier from the Restoration to Waterloo - Saul David||Trick or Treat - Richie Tankersley Cusick|
|The Girl of His Dreams - Donna Leon|
Great second story, excellent characters
First story was slow and boring
|Vampires Are Forever - Lynsay Sands||The Girls He Adored - Jonathan Nasaw|
synopsis makes it sound more predictable than it is
|Paperback Raita - William Rhode|
Strong lead, humour, India portrayed well
Central crime element is poor
|Poor Little Bitch Girl - Jackie Collins|
captivating storyline, great characters, well written, good price
|Elric: Stormbringer - Michael Moorcock|
full of action
pedestrian wiring style
|Inkspell - Cornelia Funke|
An interesting and exciting story
Some minor grammar problems
|Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2012: General Reference - Sarah Baxter - Michael Benanav - Sarah Baxter - Stuart Butler|