Three Weeks to Say Goodbye - C.J. Box Reviews
Description:ISBN 1848872917 / Genre: Fiction / Author: C.J. Box / Edition: UK First Edition; 1st Printing / Hardcover / 356 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 03/11/11 (Somewhat useful, 12 readings)
I'd never read anything by C J Box before, but this book came up on my recommendations on Amazon and I thought "Why not?". Boy I was not disappointed. The two main characters have been unable to have their own child so they have adopted a young girl from a local teenager. Just days before the adoption is finalised the child's biological father raises an objection to the adoption and the adoptive parents are put in the impossible position of having to say goodbye to their longed for and much loved daughter. They are given (as the title suggests!) three weeks to say goodbye. During those three weeks, it becomes apparent that the father ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/11 (Useful, 6 readings)
This is one of the first books i downloaded on my Kindle app. From the free sample i was hooked and defy anyone else not to be. Set in Denver America a young-ish couple adopt a child but things go wrong and they get mixed up in all sorts of events and undesirable people! i wont say any more as the book has some hidden twist which you wouldnt expect, although at somepoints i couldnt connect with the book as it did seem abit far fetched but i dont work and live out in Denver, America!!! Be ready for some oohs, ahhs and maybe a few tears in this great fiction by c.j. box, i think this should be made into a film or certainly a episode of a crime show or something as is a .. Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
My local library has a fairly limited adult fiction section but just about anything can be ordered in from the central library, the only problem being you have to be inspired as to what you want to read first. I reserved this book having read the other dooyoo review of it and thought it sounded worth a read. I obviously didn't pay enough attention to the review as on reading the blurb on the back of the book I was immediately disappointed in my choice. It starts off as I expected ... "After years of trying for a child, Jack and Melissa McGuane have finally adopted a baby girl, but nine months later a call from the adoption agency plunges them into ... Read the complete review
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