Book Reviews of Almost Paradise

Almost Paradise
Almost Paradise
Author: Susan Isaacs
ISBN-13: 9780345316776
ISBN-10: 0345316770
Publication Date: 1/12/1985
Pages: 544
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 46 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
This was my first experience with Susan Isaacs so I was surprised at the story. It was easy to read but sad.
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Helpful Score: 1
Share Nicholas and Jane's good times, bad times, joys, and tears- from their cold-water flat in Hell's Kitchen to their rolling Connecticut farm, from their Fifth Avenue duplex to a London hospital.
Get to know the families that sired them-the aristocratic East Coast Cobleighs and the eccentric Cincinnati Heissenhuber.
A warn witty, and wonderfully entertaining novel.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good book, but it didn't grab me in a biog way.
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A beautiful man. A brilliant woman. And a life together that is almost paradise.

If you love a twist in what you thought was a predictable story, then you are not going to be able to put down this book about the lives and history of Jane and Nicholas Cobleigh... Get out the hankie...
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I remember reading this book in the 80's. Loved it. Obviously, twenty-something years later, to me, it was a great book.
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"A novel that has everything...Susan Isaacs is a witty, insightful, and elegant writer."
MADEMOISELLE MAGAZINE REVIEW
Simply wonderful."
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Meet Nicholas and Jane he is stunningly handsome she is wonderfully funny he is a famous movie star she becomes famous for quite another reason they come from two very differant worlds to forge a life together Get to know the families that sired them the aristocratic east coast cobleighs and the eccentric cincinnati heissenhbers
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The warm, witty and wonderfully entertaining novel of love and marriage, parents and children, struggle and success and ... everything!

Meet Nicholas and Jane. He is stunningly handsome. She is wonderfully funny. He is a famous movie star. She becomes famous for quite another reason. They come from two very differnt worlds to forge a life together.
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Meet Nicholas and Jane. He is stunningly handsome. She is wonderfully funny. He is a famous movie star. She becomes famous for quite another reason. They come from two very different worlds to forge a life together.
Get to know the families that sired them - the aristocratic East Coast Cobleighs and the eccentric Cincinnati Heissenhubers.
Share Nicholas and Jane's good times, bad times, joys, and tears - from their cold-water flat in Hell's Kitchen to their rolling Connecticut farm, from their Fifth Avenue duplex to a London hospital.