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In un paesino vicino a Oxford si nasconde un posto speciale È una piccola libreria dove gli scaffali arrivano fino al soffitto e pile di libri occupano ogni angolo disponibile Emilia è cresciuta ui e tra le pagine di Madame Bovarye una prima edizione di Emma ha imparato che i l It should be illegal for this to have been a bad read for meHere are my reasons for this1 I found it in a used bookshop which is cute2 I found it when I couldn t stop reading books about bookstores so Also cute3 AND LOOK AT THE COVER Cutest of allYet here we are With that sweet sweet one star rating And a full page of single spaced notesEverything about this sucks but mostly because of two overarching umbrella things that suckFirstly there is nofeelingIt s very strange Two people died approx 327387219 people fell in love serious injuries were sustained accidents occurred myriad breakups took place before our very eyesand I felt NONE OF IT I actually thought that our main character hated her father because of how little emotion her character conveyed when he died She adored him That s like the whole point of the bookThere are about 80 separate love story plotlines in this None of them get enough page coverage and about half are never even wrapped up I forgot about a bunch of them and it sure as hell seems like the author did too Not helpful with the whole no feeling at all thingSecondly men can do no wrong in this Bleh gag me with a spoon total full on nightmare UGH But it s true Every issue that occurs ends up being blamed on the woman half of these unfailingly heterosexual couplesThis was the most anti feminist book ever On top of the typical not like other girls stuff which is already enough to stimulate my gag reflex there is this pervasive thing throughout this book in which men are NEVER at fault A man accidentally impregnates his wife then spends all his time at work and the pub and leaves her to do all the work Her fault for being worried about the baby s health since its birth Direct uoteA man in a relationship is lusting after the daughter of his dead friend His girlfriend s fault for beingapparently too Parisian This does not make any sense after being covered for 340 pages A man won t pay attention to his wife and in fact constantly insults and shouts at her when she tries to speak to him Her fault because he has to commute to work in the city Again doesn t make any sense with 340 pages behind itThis book is nonsense So it s like maybe if the nonsense was covered in detail I d be able to understand its nonsense language a little betterbut it would still be nonsenseBottom line U G H HARD passreview to come 1 star if there s a book about a bookstore i wouldn t want to read IMMEDIATELY i sure haven t found it

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How to Find Love in a Bookshop

Ibri possono anche curare l'anima È proprio uesto che suo padre ha fatto per tutta la sua vita e ora è compito di Emilia aiutare i suoi clienti grazie ai libri Ma adesso la libreria è in pericolo I conti non tornano e un uomo d'affari senza scrupoli vorrebbe costruire ui degli 5 Beautifully writtenBefore Emillia s father passes away he makes Emillia promise to keep the Nightingale book store openJulius opened the book store to help support Emillia and himself As he was a single parentThe story of Julius and the Nightingale book store was beautiful and compellingSo you can understand why he so desperately want Emillia to keep the book store openNightingale book shop reminds me of those gorgeous uaint book shops you find where the owner knows every single book in the store and has a personal connection with each one and when you walk inside you just know you will find something very special A true GemIt s a place that oozes Charm and welcomes everybody Whether it s for a friendly chat or to find a special book or present or just a place to escape Emillia knows how special the book shop is but what she wasn t aware of was the fact her father was having financial troubles as the book shop wasn t making a profit So she has a huge decision as to whether she can turn the Nightingale s around or sell upSo when Jackson who works for the property developer comes sniffing round trying to entice Emillia into selling them the book store she is in for a tough rideCan she resist he s charm What I loved most about this book was the beautiful characters Each character offering something very special to the book shop and story The community is close and they all pull together to help Emillia with her decisionI loved learning about the characters and each had their own uniue story to tellFor example you have Sarah the lady of the Manor who used to visit Nightingale to have a break from the pressures of the Manor then you have Thomasina who has a passion for cooking and cookbooks Which I can relate too as my collection is ever growing She teaches cooking at the school which I think is so specialBut each character shares one thing in common the love of Nightingale sEmillia is so strong she is dealing with the grief of her father s death and now coming to terms with owning her father s legacyShe has big boots to fill but she is perfect for the role She has special memories within Nightingale s and her strength shines throughFor me How to find love in a bookshop is such a gem of a book I don t think I have come across such a uniue and special story like this in a whileThis book oozes Charm strength passion Romance Beautiful books a compelling yet feel good readThoroughly recommend to all book lovers The perfect readI received this book from the Publisher in exchange for a honest and fair review via Netgalley

Veronica Henry ¼ 0 Summary

Appartamenti di lusso La tentazione di vendere è enorme ma Emilia deve tenere fede alla promessa che ha fatto al padre Grazie alle parole di Camus Salinger Burgess e Kerouac forse riuscirà a trovare la chiave per risolvere i suoi problemi Manca solo uella per aprire il suo cuo Very good chick lit The bookstore setting is delightful The characters are all Central Casting stereotypes and that s just fine because not having to work out what each one of the six PoV characters was which was part of what made this a Sunday readIt s possible to score the movie that this book will engender just from the mentions of music in the text Joni Mitchell all the way to dreary stolid Elgar by way of the inimitable ineffable Saint Sa ns The Swan on celloA happy means to wile the hours away when that s all that one wants to doFavorite uotesThere s a book for everyone even if they don t think there is A book that reaches in and grabs your soulYepSo that was why people read Because books explained things how you thought and how you behaved and made you realise you were not alone in doing what you did or feeling what you feltIt s a factShe knew now that everyone had heartbreak in their life at some point What had happened didn t make her special or unusual It was part of being human A broken heart was after all the source material of myriad books Some of those books had become her comfort and had made her realize she was not aloneWhy the world of books is so important to meAfter all a town without a bookshop was a town without a heartand sadly I live in one of those teardrop


10 thoughts on “How to Find Love in a Bookshop

  1. says:

    This is a warm hearted gem of a book Emilia Nightingale owns Nightingale Books in Peasebrook a Cotswold town However she finds herself in desperate straits trying to keep the book shop open and the property developers are already circling It would be easier if Emilia sold up but there is the promise that she ma

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    How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry is a 2018 Penguin Books publication It goes without saying that any book about books will appeal to me A bookshop with a regular clientele each with their own story a few well guarde

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    It should be illegal for this to have been a bad read for meHere are my reasons for this1 I found it in a used bookshop which is cute2 I found it when I couldn’t stop reading books about bookstores so Also cute3 AND LOOK A

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    5☆ Beautifully writtenBefore Emillia's father passes away he makes Emillia promise to keep the Nightingale book store openJulius opened the book store to help support Emillia and himself As he was a single parentThe story of Julius and the Ni

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    445 stars Books told you things everything you needed to know but you didn't talk back to themWhen I started reading this book I felt a little disappointed because I couldn't connect to the story or the characters But as I read on it turned out to be much than I expected I devoured the story and I loved it I was feeling uite low and was going into a teeny tiny reading slump every reader's nightmare of course bu

  7. says:

    The whole point of life was you couldn't ever be sure what would happen next Sometimes what happened was good sometimes not but there

  8. says:

    Four and a half starsWho could resist a book with a title like this Certainly not me I fell in love with this book from the first page of the prologue set in 1983 And when Emilia is sitting at her father’s bedside while he is dying 32 years later I was right there with tears in my eyes too The description of a daughter’s grief upon the de

  9. says:

    Very good chick lit The bookstore setting is delightful The characters are all Central Casting stereotypes and that's just fine because not having to work out what each one of the six PoV characters was which was part of what made this a Sunday readIt's possible to score the movie that this book will engender just from the mentions of music in the text Joni Mitchell all the way to dreary stolid Elgar by way

  10. says:

    This was such a charming read; one that I have picked up because I was attracted by its title and cover design depicting one of those enchanting English bookshops The allure of a story about a bookshop and by natural exten