READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO

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[Read] ➪ Blackberry Winter ➲ Sarah Jio – Srl-ltd.co.uk In 2011 Sarah Jio burst onto the fiction scene with two sensational novels The Violets of March and  The Bungalow With  Blackberry Winter taking its title from a late season cold weather phenomenonRead Blackberry Winter Sarah Jio Srl ltdcouk In 2011 Sarah Jio burst onto the fiction scene with two sensational novels The Violets of March and  The Bungalow With  Blackberry Winter taking its title from a late season cold weather phenomenon In Sarah Jio burst onto the fiction scene with two sensational novels The Violets of March and  The Bungalow With  Blac

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Kberry Winter taking its title from a late season cold weather phenomenon Jio continues her rich exploration of the ways personal connections can transcend the boundaries of time Seattle Single mother Vera Ray kisses her three year old son Daniel goodnight and departs to work the night shift at a local hotel She emerges to discover that a May Day snow has blanketed the city and that her son has

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Blackberry WinterVanished Outside she finds his beloved teddy bear lying face down on an icy street the snow covering up any trace of his tracks or the perpetrator'sSeattle Seattle Herald reporter Claire Aldridge assigned to cover the May Blackberry Winter storm and its twin learns of the unsolved abduction and vows to unearth the truth In the process she finds that she and Vera may be linked in unexpected ways

READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Sarah Jio is the New York Times bestselling author of ALWAYS published by Random House Ballantine as well as seven other novels from Penguin Books including THE VIOLETS OF MARCH THE BUNGALOW BLACKBERRY WINTER THE LAST CAMELLIA MORNING GLORY GOODNIGHT JUNE and THE LOOK OF LOVE Sarah is also a journalist who has contributed to The New York Times Glamour O The Oprah Magazine Glamour.

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  • Sarah Jio

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterThis is a very special novel to me I dedicated it to my three young sons and to mothers everywhere who have lost children I hope you will enjoy the book as much as I enjoyed writing it xo


  • Jessica

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterHmm hard to review this book I liked the story I read it uickly and I wanted to know what happened But the whole thing read to me like a soap opera The characters all seemed cliched to me and sort of one note The dialogue was overblown people don't really talk like that especially from the older characters in the book The actions of the characters didn't always ring true or seem believable and sometimes small details didn't track which wa


  • Barbara

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterWhen a late spring snowstorm called a blackberry winter hits Seattle in May 2010 Claire Aldridge a feature writer for the Seattle Herald is asked to write a story comp


  • Kait

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterI was so frustrated with this novel that I often wonder how I had the drive to finish it As other astute reviewers have noted this is no than a lifetime movie put on paper using high school level writing Everything was so conveniently positioned in the uncovering of her mystery fr


  • Jonetta

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterThis story intricately weaves the events surrounding the disappearance of a 3 year old boy Daniel Ray in 1933 with a journalist's Claire Aldridge search for answers in present day There's a somewhat mystical element in how seemingly unrelated situations converge to help unravel the mystery The transitions were done skillfully using Claire's journey as a means for her to confront and face her own paralyzing grief I really enjoyed how the story was presented as much as the actual tale The realities of the divide between the wealthy and poor during the Depression era was realist


  • Kelly Roll

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterWhile other readers will probably enjoy the story it just wasn't my cup of tea I felt that the characters were somewhat one dimensional and I felt no rapport with any of them I think if back story had been given I might have been intrigued In some instances I felt that the characters reactions where unrealistic One case in point is that Vera is willing to sleep with a gentleman of ill repute but with a certain amount of influence as she hopes he will help her find her son However after a very brief meeting with the father of her son she is unwilling to press her case and have him help her find the boyWhile she may have been afraid of ruining his life by telling Charles that the boy was his she could have avoided doing so but still prevailed upon his kindness and their past association In all likelihood he would


  • elaynne

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterBorrowed from the Pikes Peak Library DistrictI can NOT remember what compelled me to borrow this book not just borrow it but I wait listed it All I can say is UGH I need to stop reading books that I know are NOT in my favorite genres This is one Pathetic and predictable I read some reviews that marveled at the twist ending but I saw it coming a mile awayThe main character and her husband are falling apart from each other in a landslide kind of way She lost her baby while jogging when she was EIGHT MONTHS PREGNANT because she was hit by a car Really? Just REALLY? Anyway she harbors a lot of guilt about it damn straight and pushes her husband toward his former girlfriend while all the while she's accepting comfort from another man who is interested in her EVEN THOUGH HE KNOWS SHE'S MARRIED While all of this is going on as a reporter she's trying to get to the


  • Ingrid

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterI liked the style of writing very much the story was well thought out although I guessed what happened right after the kidnap But I didn't appreciate the sentimentality and the moral lessons


  • Roxanne

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterThis book was abysmal The only reason I'm giving it 2 stars instead of one is because I actually read to the end I'll save the 1 star rating for books I don't finish Let's start off with what initially attracted me to Blackberry Winter I love the cover and the blurb on the back sounded interesting I was expecting an intelligent read with everything I've come to expect from that genre that calls Literary Fiction I guess that's why I shouldn't judge a book by its coverWhat else did I like about this book? Not much I guess I kept reading because I wanted to find out what happened to Daniel Ray the three year old boy who went missing in 1933 If that was not part of the plot I probably would have stopped rea


  • Sharon

    READER ô DOC Blackberry Winter ê SARAH JIO Blackberry WinterVera Ray works hard and long hours at her hotel cleaning job in Seattle but working comes at a cost when she is forced to leave her three year old son Daniel at home alone One morning she returns home after a tiring shift