For My Daughters

For My Daughters

eBook - 2003
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A mother invites her three grown daughters to her country house. The daughters are very different and hostile towards each other. Annette is a steady housewife with five children, Leah is a two-time divorcee and Caroline is a liberated lawyer. On arrival they find the mother gone and what follows is what the mother hoped for, the enforced proximity leads to peace between them.
Publisher: New York, NY : PerfectBound, 2003.
ISBN: 9780060769192


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Jan 04, 2017

Slow to get in to, but great exploration of emotions and plot!

Jul 21, 2015

I truly enjoyed this book and was sorry when it ended. I have two sisters myself (much larger age gap) and appreciated the interactions between the three of them especially since they have taken their own roads in life. The scenery/background is superb and I could almost feel the early morning mist.

Mar 30, 2015

Delinsky is a guilty pleasure for me. I like her way more than I ought to. This story of three sisters being "forced" to reconcile their lifelong differences because their mother manipulats them one last time by the simple expedient of not showing up is simply delicious. By focusing their anger on their mother, whom they've been taught was perfect, but with whom each has their own issues, forces them to deal with their own issues with each other. Very real sister story, I though. Leah and Jesse were a bit over the top, except as a reminder of where their mother had been decades before, and what she truly had given up for their happiness when they were not even born yet. Not a great book, but a worthwhile, fun one.

Dec 01, 2012

it is a good and enjoyable book. predictable but still written nicely.------------well done ----no dull moment

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