Wishful Thinking - Melissa Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340953446 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Melissa Hill / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2008-11-27 by Hodder Paperbacks
Newest Review: ... turned out to be quite the opposite. There's daughter Sophie who wants everything right now, without wanting to work for ... more
Price Comparison for Wishful Thinking - Melissa Hill
Melissa Hill Wishful Thinking
Read once, kept well. A thriller of a novel that will keep you tu ...
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
Wishful Thinking by Melissa Hill
Free Worldwide Delivery : Wishful Thinking : Paperback : Hodder & ...
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:05
Customer Wishful Thinking - Melissa Hill Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/08/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Having read another of Melissa Hill's books and been hooked from start to finish I was thrilled to spot this one of the bargain shelf in a local supermarket, and it was quickly swept into my trolley. - - - - PLOT - - The story begins on an early morning commuter train into Dublin City, which the same as every morning is crammed to the brim with passengers trying to get to work on time. Sadly due to a technical fault the train comes to a horrifying stop, with devastating consequences for some of it's passengers. Then in nostalgic style we are sent back in time to meet our three main characters, and see exactly what their lives were like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10, updated on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 148 readings)
Melissa Hill is one of my favourite authors and I always look forward to reading her books as I know that I will enjoy them and be hooked in from the very first page! This was also the case with Wishful Thinking which I have just finished reading and loved from the first page to the last! Melissa Hill always creates such wonderful characters. In this book there are three main characters and although they seem unrelated they are linked because they often take the same train into Dublin on certain days - a train that unfortunately crashes one morning with a number of fatalities. I am not spoiling anything by saying this as this happens during the first few pages ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/09 (Very useful, 217 readings)
A few years ago, my nan lent me a couple of books by new Irish author Melissa Hill. I absolutely loved them, but then forgot about her when I got into other authors and so missed quite a few of her book releases. Luckily I was reminded of her work when I saw she had a new book out late last year called 'Wishful Thinkig' (this was released a few years ago in Ireland so isn't really "new") and I reserved my copy at the library. I was hoping it would be as good as those first few of her novels I had read, and luckily I wasn't disappointed at all! Wishful Thinking follows the lives of 3 women, all about to make life-changing discoveries which will really ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Wishful Thinking - Melissa Hil ...
The Enchantress of Florence - Salman Rushdie - Beautifully written Confusion over characters and storylines
The Sunflower Forest - Torey L. Hayden - Fantastic to read, gripping story None
The Book of Dave - Will Self - Inventive, ambitious, some fantastic ideas and characters. Difficult writing style to get into, loses its way badly towards the end.
A Daughter's Secret - Anne Bennett - A well written and thought provoking novel None in my view.
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning - Alan Sillitoe - Un-put-downable, truthful, heart-warming, jaw-droppingly brash Very risque novel back in the 1950s
The Way Things Look to Me - Roopa Farooki - very well written characters, moving story none
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Deadly Hemlock - Kathleen Peacock|
A great read
|Last to Die - Tess Gerritsen|
Interesting scenes & concept, great characters, use of humour, gripping
Slightly less in the way of grittiness
|Beautiful Disaster - Jamie McGuire|
|Someone Else's Wedding - Tamar Cohen||44 Years With The Same Bird: A Liverpudlian Love Affair - Brian Reade||Drowning Mermaids - Nadia Scrieva|
Twists and turns
|Back of Beyond - C. J. Box|
Well-paced and interesting
Not particularly original; rather flimsy plot
|This Child of Mine - Sinead Moriarty|
Amazing story, so enjoyable
None at all
|Skin Deep - Laura Jarratt|
|Flash and Bones - Kathy Reichs|
Detailed & intelligently written, educates & entertains, brings something new, depth of characters
None per se for me