Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

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Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

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I have to be honest and say this isn’t my favourite from Jojo Moyes work but it’s definitely worth the read.

Das Buch ist ein angenehm leicht zu lesender Schmöker für ein Wochenende auf dem Balkon oder auf der Couch. She lives, breathes and speaks music and is an accomplished professional violin player which sees her travelling round the world.

I didn't have any idea what the ending would be and was racing along to finish it so I could actually sleep tonight (being up until the wee small hours this morning and only putting my kindle down when I couldn't keep my eyes open any longer). First of all, the house is a complete mess, almost as if it is falling apart from the inside outwards and as I’m sure you can imagine, Isabel is no Miss DIY! Two men who each like her - one is wealthy, sleeps around and doesnt care about his family, the other is the strong silent type who obviously has a past. The family have to get to grips with country living, with having no money, no water, no bathroom and no fridge.

Matt and his wife Laura are obsessed with the idea of owning Spanish House when its cantankerous and demanding owner Mr Pottisworth dies. I like there to be more than one POV, and feel it often helps to round out the story and flesh out the figures. I’m not gonna spill more beans but I can only say the conclusion about some of the characters’ stories are not fair! Mir gefällt das Buch, da ich dieses mal wieder sofort in der Geschichte drin war und einfach nur weiterlesen wollte. While I didn't like Isabel or Matt - both we're a bit too one-dimensional - the rest of the characters, from Byron to Kitty to the Cousins, seemed more interesting and likeable.Seus filhos, como personagens, são mais ricos e muito mais interessantes, mas infelizmente não chegam a alçar grandes vôos. Most of the story takes place when Isabel and the children sell their London home and move to the old and decrepit Spanish House. Später, so hatte ich den Eindruck, versuchte sich Jojo Moyes zu verändern, sowohl thematisch als auch im Schreibstil. Moyes' novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists' Association (RNA) Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004. All Isabel ever wanted to do was devote her life to her music, but now with her husband gone, she has to try to provide for her children.

She said her husband sorted out things like that but that was still no excuse, any adult with a half a brain would know they needed to at least get a second opinion and quote before shelling out tens of thousands of pounds on important building work, even more so when the money being used was the only money the family had. If there was one character I didn’t really connect with it was Byron Firth (despite the wet shirt scene) who didn’t seem as “fleshed out,” as her other characters and I felt he had real potential to be more interesting. Es ist bestimmt nicht ihr bestes Buch, denn die Geschichte ist schon recht durchschaubar und recht Klischee behaftet.Luckily, at this point, the family are thrown a lifeline in The Spanish House and they immediately up sticks and move to the country and try and settle into the difference that living in a small village community offers. As Matt attempts to drive Isabel and her family away from The Spanish House things begin to unravel very quickly and soon result in a dangerous obsession. There was a small town country feel to this story that was so on point with the gossiping and shadiness among the neighbors and what they knew about each other. Isabel matures as she learns new things about herself and her family, and eventually is able to prioritise, while Matt becomes more and more obsessed, not just with the house but with Isabel herself. Quietly compelling, I enjoyed the array of characters and drama surrounding them and found Moyes' writing as beautiful as ever.

Al principio me sentí un poco perdida, porque no lograba relacionar la sinopsis con lo que estaba leyendo. Losing her husband and having to confront her problems made her grow up immensely and let her prove a better mother to her children as a result. I think Moyes’ fans will lap it up and it will hopefully bring a lot more new readers to her fan base. Fortunately, she has been left property by a distant uncle and moves away to 'The Spanish House' in rural Norfolk.This is an early JoJo Moyes novel that features the Delancy family living in London, but the accidental death of Isabel's husband leaves her devastated, grieving and in dire financial straits. She doesn’t have enough money to cover these expenses so she needs advise of the wrong man/ her neighbor, local builder Matt who has true vendetta against her because he thinks he deserves to be the real owner of the place with his wife Laura.

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