Book Reviews of An Ocean Apart

An Ocean Apart
An Ocean Apart
Author: Robin Pilcher
ISBN-13: 9780312971847
ISBN-10: 0312971842
Publication Date: 11/15/1999
Pages: 503
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 43 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This is a wonderful love story about a man's love for his children. After his wife dies he is so depressed he has a hard time coming back, but love from outside...his parents, strangers...and a boy bring him back.
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Good read, typical Robin Pilcher, but enjoyable
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The plot moved quickly & I had to keep reading so that I could know how David worked out his troubles.
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Wonderful story - a really gifted storyteller - I couldn't wait to see how it would all turn out
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This is a very sweet story.
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Very well written. Comparable to his mother.
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Very romantic!! Makes you wish there were more men out there like this one!
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For six dreadful months David Corstorphine has tried to come to terms with his young wife's death, while caring for three motherless children. ry as he may, David is unable to return to work, and his only form of solace comes from working in the garden of his parents estate in the Scottish countryside.
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I thought the author spent too much time describing things that are just fillers, like brushing his teeth before going to bed etc.
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Another good book by robin pilcher
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For 6 dreadful months, David Corstorphine has tried to come to terms with his young wife's death, while caring for his 3 motherless children. Try as he may, David is unable to return to work and his only form of solace comes from working in the garden of his parents' estate in the Scottish countryside. Sent to New York on an impromptu business trip with the hopes of helping him get back on his fee, the journey proves both disastrous and heartening. As he learns to accept his enormous los, he is able to open his heart to love once again.
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I love Rosamunde Pilcher, this author's mother, and his writing is said to be similar. I just never got around to reading it and thought it was time to share.