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Angel Landing The Bestselling Author Of Practical Magic Offers An Affecting Love Story, Laced With Humor Booklist That Tells The Tale Of A Man And A Woman, An Activist And A Therapist, So Consumed With Helping Others That They Are In Danger Of Failing In Their Duty To Themselves Natalie, A Therapist, Is In Love With Carter But He Is Deeply Dedicated To His Environmental Work, And The Fate Of Their Relationship Takes A Backseat To The Fate Of The Planet Then A New Client Walks Into Natalie S Office He Is An Intriguing Man, With An Incredible Tale To Tell And Under His Influence, She Faces Questions About The Direction Of Her Own Passion, The True Meaning Of Commitmentand The Possibility Of Finding The Love She Seeks Right In Her Own Backyard

About the Author: Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman is the author of than thirty works of fiction, including The World That We Knew, The Rules of Magic, The Marriage of Opposites, Practical Magic, The Red Garden, the Oprah s Book Club selection Here on Earth, The Museum of Extraordinary Things, and The Dovekeepers Her most recent novel is The World That We Knew She lives near Boston.

10 thoughts on “Angel Landing

  1. says:

    Alice Hoffman has long been one of my favorite authors I love her storytelling ability She creates magical stories that blend tragedy and hope However, I did not enjoy this novel I had to force myself to finish it, hoping

  2. says:

    I usually really enjoy Alice Hoffman And this book was enjoyable IF you could lay aside the fact that the main character is a terrible therapist and everyone keeps encouraging everyone else to lie all the time Life fail.

  3. says:

    Good story Kind of sad but redemptive The story of the effects of psychological and physical abuse on a person s psyche and their ability to cope with life This story was unique in that we see these effects on a male character as opposed

  4. says:

    I was pretty convinced that when it comes to literature I m pretty easily pleased I m happy to be wrong This book is SOOO mediocre It s the story of an unhappy social worker in an unhappy relationship with a zealous environmentalist when an unhap

  5. says:

    I am enjoying my foray into the earlier works of Alice Hoffman one of the greatest skills she has as a writer is character development Minnie is one of the most vibrant characters I ve read in a while I really loved her character The love story in this n

  6. says:

    I tried SO hard to finish this book, but reluctantly gave up It was so horrible i can t get it off my bookshelves and out of my apartment fast enough I ve liked other books of her s and thought they were decent writing, but this is one only to reference of what

  7. says:

    I loved almost every Alice Hoffman book I have but this one didn t don t do it for me It reads like the new writer she was at the time and doesn t even hint at the great writer she became I m glad I d read the others before.

  8. says:

    Stopped reading this one Could not get into it Too many great books I want to read

  9. says:

    I found some of the characters annoying others charming Natalie, the social worker, crosses the lines of professionalism by breaking the confidence of one of her clients Not only to her Aunt Minnie whom she lives with, but also to her boyfriend I thought she was rather silly She also p

  10. says:

    The majority of this book focuses on explaining some childhood adolescent trauma, parallel with present day psycho driven crime I was so mad pushing through this book because of the illogical decisions made without any meaningful depth of character except the guy under therapy explaining the t

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