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Jojo Moyes meets Eleanor Oliphant in Goodbye Paris an utterly charming novel that proves that sometimes you have to break your heart to make it wholeGrace once had the beginnings of a promising musical career but she hasn’t been able to play her cello publicly since a traumatic event at music college years ago Since then she’s built a uiet life for herself in her small English village repairing instruments and nurturing her long distance affair with D Comparisons to other books in book descriptions is a pet peeve of mine because most of the time I just don’t see them I’ve read and enjoyed several books by Jojo Moyes but I guess not the ones that this is compared too I did read and love Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine and the comparison is thin at best So if you are going into this looking for those stories you may not find them I didn’t but having said that I found a sweet story in its own right and I wish publishers would promote a book on its own merits It was sad from the beginning the status to which Grace Atherton elevates her boyfriend David her married boyfriend with a wife and children had me feeling sorry for her as she was just so gullible I had such mixed feelings about Grace Atherton about the story at first I definitely didn’t get why Grace hung in there with this guy for 8 years believing that he’d leave his wife when the kids were grown The story moves back and forth between the present and when they first met and recounts the times that they meet in Paris when of course it’s convenient for David Grace is a luthier making and repairing string instruments a career she embarks on since she has been unable to play her cello after being thrown out of music school when she believed she had a promising career as a musician Eventually we discover some of the trauma that she experienced but it isn’t until the end that Grace discovers that it wasn’t because of her lack of talent At some point I became engaged in the story with the introduction and connection to two other characters Nadia is a teenage girl working in Grace’s shop a talented musician who is experiencing some typical teenage drama as well as the hurt over her parents marital problems and their lack of concern for her Mr Williams an aging customer for whom she refurbishes an old violin made by a friend is lonely and has his own relationship stories to tell I loved the kind and wise Mr Williams This unlikely trio of friends three sad lonely people help each other to heal to overcome their grief and to find themselves A little predictable but I enjoyed it nonetheless I received an advanced copy of this book from Touchstone through NetGalley His Punishment utterly charming novel that proves that sometimes you have to break your heart to make it wholeGrace once had the beginnings of a promising musical career but she hasn’t been able to play her cello publicly since a traumatic event at music college years ago Since then she’s built a Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula uiet life for herself in her small English village repairing instruments and nurturing her long distance affair with D Comparisons to other books in book descriptions is a pet peeve of mine because most of the time I just don’t see them I’ve read and enjoyed several books by Jojo Moyes but I guess not the ones that this is compared too I did read and love Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine and the comparison is thin at best So if you are going into this looking for those stories you may not find them I didn’t but having said that I found a sweet story in its own right and I wish publishers would promote a book on its own merits It was sad from the beginning the status to which Grace Atherton elevates her boyfriend David her married boyfriend with a wife and children had me feeling sorry for her as she was just so gullible I had such mixed feelings about Grace Atherton about the story at first I definitely didn’t get why Grace hung in there with this guy for 8 years believing that he’d leave his wife when the kids were grown The story moves back and forth between the present and when they first met and recounts the times that they meet in Paris when of course it’s convenient for David Grace is a luthier making and repairing string instruments a career she embarks on since she has been The Test unable to play her cello after being thrown out of music school when she believed she had a promising career as a musician Eventually we discover some of the trauma that she experienced but it isn’t The Test: Taken By The Men Who Raised Me until the end that Grace discovers that it wasn’t because of her lack of talent At some point I became engaged in the story with the introduction and connection to two other characters Nadia is a teenage girl working in Grace’s shop a talented musician who is experiencing some typical teenage drama as well as the hurt over her parents marital problems and their lack of concern for her Mr Williams an aging customer for whom she refurbishes an old violin made by a friend is lonely and has his own relationship stories to tell I loved the kind and wise Mr Williams This Teacher Evaluation in Music: A Guide for Music Teachers in the Us unlikely trio of friends three sad lonely people help each other to heal to overcome their grief and to find themselves A little predictable but I enjoyed it nonetheless I received an advanced copy of this book from Touchstone through NetGalley

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Avid the man who has helped her rebuild her life even as she puts her dreams of a family on hold until his children are old enough for him to leave his loveless marriageBut when David saves the life of a woman in the Paris Metro his resulting fame shines a light onto the real state of the relationships in his life Shattered Grace hits rock bottom and abandons everything that has been important to her including her dream of entering and winning the world 4 Lovely and Sweet StarsGrace is a cellist and a luthier She owns a shop where she repairs violins and violas She loves her place in life and she loves her boyfriend David though neither have brought her the fulfillment she imagined After getting kicked out of music school she no longer plays the cello in public and David happens to be married and has never given her the illusion that he’s planning to leave his wife at least not while the children are little Grace has big plans however she has entered the Cremona Triennale Competition for which she is building a cello It is her masterpiece Mr Williams an aging a customer of her shop who is kind caring and gives sage advice and Nadia her energetic and sassy teenage employee support her fully through this endeavor When a catastrophe happens putting David in the public eye Grace’s life is torn to shreds Will she be able to recover enough to play in the competition What makes a life From the start of this novel until its end the answer to that uestion is different for Grace Atherton who discovers what’s in her heart her own sense of self and the simple fact that friendship is what makes the world go round This is a book where the characters have such heart and such depth that you feel what they feel their feelings of anxiety frustration heartache jubilance and love every ounce of it oozes from these pages and into the hearts and souls of its readers That is what Anstey Harris has accomplished with Goodbye Paris My favorite is character Nadia She is bright bold brilliant and oh so funny Kudos to Anstey Harris for bringing such incredible characters to life I loved them allThank you to Touchstone for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewPublished on Goodreads and Twitter on 91618 His Punishment until his children are old enough for him to leave his loveless marriageBut when David saves the life of a woman in the Paris Metro his resulting fame shines a light onto the real state of the relationships in his life Shattered Grace hits rock bottom and abandons everything that has been important to her including her dream of entering and winning the world 4 Lovely and Sweet StarsGrace is a cellist and a luthier She owns a shop where she repairs violins and violas She loves her place in life and she loves her boyfriend David though neither have brought her the fulfillment she imagined After getting kicked out of music school she no longer plays the cello in public and David happens to be married and has never given her the illusion that he’s planning to leave his wife at least not while the children are little Grace has big plans however she has entered the Cremona Triennale Competition for which she is building a cello It is her masterpiece Mr Williams an aging a customer of her shop who is kind caring and gives sage advice and Nadia her energetic and sassy teenage employee support her fully through this endeavor When a catastrophe happens putting David in the public eye Grace’s life is torn to shreds Will she be able to recover enough to play in the competition What makes a life From the start of this novel Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula until its end the answer to that The Test uestion is different for Grace Atherton who discovers what’s in her heart her own sense of self and the simple fact that friendship is what makes the world go round This is a book where the characters have such heart and such depth that you feel what they feel their feelings of anxiety frustration heartache jubilance and love every ounce of it oozes from these pages and into the hearts and souls of its readers That is what Anstey Harris has accomplished with Goodbye Paris My favorite is character Nadia She is bright bold brilliant and oh so funny Kudos to Anstey Harris for bringing such incredible characters to life I loved them allThank you to Touchstone for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewPublished on Goodreads and Twitter on 91618

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s most important violin making competition Her closest friends a charming elderly violinist with a secret love affair of his own and her store clerk a gifted but angst ridden teenage girl step in to help but will their friendship be enough to help her pick up the piecesFilled with lovable uirky characters this poignant novel explores the realities of relationships and heartbreak and shows that when it comes to love there’s than one way to find happines Anstey Harris gives us the delightful and moving story of the lonely Grace Atherton whose life revolves around her passion for music although unable to play music in public after traumatic events in her past She has settled into repairing stringed instruments at her violin shop helped on Saturdays by the 17 year old Nadia a girl with her own issues but an incredible musical talent and sustained by clients such as the elderly compassionate and kind Mr Williams Grace's secrets keeps her distant from other people but Grace has another passion her 8 year long distance relationship with David who lives in France the love of her life a man she trusts implicitly However David lives in France and is a married man married to a lawyer a couple that are only staying together because of their children whilst each pursues sexual relationships with othersOut of the blue David is hailed a hero on social media in a story that goes viral when he saves a life on the Paris Metro However this pushes a spotlight on David's life throwing a light into its darkest corners revealing him to be a liar a man with other secrets Grace is shattered at the heartbreak a broken woman as her love lies bleeding smashed into pieces It is barely surprising she go offs the rails when the music within her crashes to a tumultuous halt But Grace is not as alone as she imagines as she picks up the vital elements of her life helped by stalwart friends Mr Williams and Nadia and music her joy once again takes flight within her Music has not forsaken her as Grace once believed Harris gives us wonderful characterisation the need for friends love heartbreak overcome amidst a vibrant backdrop of music and instruments throughout the novel A lovely emotional read an immersive read completely engaging and absorbing Many thanks to Simon and Schuster for an ARC The Test up the piecesFilled with lovable The Test: Taken By The Men Who Raised Me uirky characters this poignant novel explores the realities of relationships and heartbreak and shows that when it comes to love there’s than one way to find happines Anstey Harris gives Teacher Evaluation in Music: A Guide for Music Teachers in the Us us the delightful and moving story of the lonely Grace Atherton whose life revolves around her passion for music although Reticence unable to play music in public after traumatic events in her past She has settled into repairing stringed instruments at her violin shop helped on Saturdays by the 17 year old Nadia a girl with her own issues but an incredible musical talent and sustained by clients such as the elderly compassionate and kind Mr Williams Grace's secrets keeps her distant from other people but Grace has another passion her 8 year long distance relationship with David who lives in France the love of her life a man she trusts implicitly However David lives in France and is a married man married to a lawyer a couple that are only staying together because of their children whilst each pursues sexual relationships with othersOut of the blue David is hailed a hero on social media in a story that goes viral when he saves a life on the Paris Metro However this pushes a spotlight on David's life throwing a light into its darkest corners revealing him to be a liar a man with other secrets Grace is shattered at the heartbreak a broken woman as her love lies bleeding smashed into pieces It is barely surprising she go offs the rails when the music within her crashes to a tumultuous halt But Grace is not as alone as she imagines as she picks Peloponnesian War up the vital elements of her life helped by stalwart friends Mr Williams and Nadia and music her joy once again takes flight within her Music has not forsaken her as Grace once believed Harris gives Training for the New Alpinism: A Manual for the Climber as Athlete us wonderful characterisation the need for friends love heartbreak overcome amidst a vibrant backdrop of music and instruments throughout the novel A lovely emotional read an immersive read completely engaging and absorbing Many thanks to Simon and Schuster for an ARC