Book Reviews of Harper's Moon

Harper's Moon
Harper's Moon
Author: Suzanne Judson
ISBN-13: 9780425175422
ISBN-10: 0425175421
Publication Date: 7/1/2000
Pages: 328
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Berkeley Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
I loved this book. It is a love story, not only of a man and woman, but the deep feeling she has for her quilt making. Only a true quilter would understand the loss of having to leave all of your quilting fabrics and books and begin again.
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Helpful Score: 2
A lovely story - how on earth did it sit around my house so long unread?? Annabelle escapes her abusive Manhatten husband and runs until her car quits - in a small North Carolina town. Here, of course, she finds a home and True Love. You can predict most of the story, but it's well told, the characters endearing, and Judson deft at painting the picture of this portion of Appalachia. A good way to spend some time.
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Helpful Score: 1
Excellent read...!!!
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I look forward to reading more of this writer.....she made the characters most real...
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Very good read, tackles many dark issues.
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As the dutiful wife of a wealthy investment banker, Annie Taylor lived a life of seemingly perfect luxury. But her pristine Park Avenue apartment was a place of abandoned dreams and stifling obligations. And nights that began with glamorous parties often ended with violence and tears. To survive, she had to escape.
Annie has come to a small town in the hills of North Carolina to carve out a safe, solitary place in the world - a place where she can live quietly and devote herself to the art of making abstract quilts, a talent that has always sustained her. But her arrival does not go unnoticed in this tiny tight-knit community. A travel writer locked in an ongoing struggle with his own demons, Jed Harper is intrigued by Annie's reticence - and resolves to uncover the secret she holds. They share an overwhelming desire to conquer their fears and let go of the past. But firt they must confront the desire consuming their hearts...