Book Reviews of Angel Falls

Angel Falls
Angel Falls
Author: Kristin Hannah
ISBN-13: 9780609605929
ISBN-10: 0609605925
Publication Date: 3/21/2000
Pages: 288
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 77 ratings
Publisher: Crown
Book Type: Hardcover
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A well-written book based on "what-if"...your first true love didn't go away. worth reading!
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I'm not all the way through this book yet, but at about 1/2 way things are JUST getting moving. I'm going to guess and say that things are going to get better based on the reviews - but holy cow was the beginning s-l-o-w! Going to stick with it though!
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Mikaela (Mica) Campbell is thrown from a horse and is so seriously injured that she falls into a long-term coma. Mica's husband, Dr. Liam Campbell, is left to care for their children. While sitting by Mica's hospital bed, willing her to recover, Liam talks endlessly to her. He recreates their life together through their shared history.

Inadvertently, Liam discovers the identity of Mica's first husband and father to her first child. Julian is a 'huge' movie star who was the love of her life. Julian, a shallow man, is convinced that he may be the person who is able to bring Mica out of her coma and agrees to travel to her bedside. Mica emerges from the coma, and what happens then is what helps her look at life through different 'colored' glasses.

Angel Falls is a family drama about how tragedy impacts the individual members and how they rise to the occasion and pull together. And it is about a loving, gentle husband who deeply loves his wife and will do what is necessary to help her recover; even if it means he might lose her.

Hannah's characters are richly drawn and the plot is compelling. It is a book you will enjoy and I guarantee that you will recommend it to others.
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Nestled into the hills of the Northern Cascade Mountains in Washington state, Liam and Mike (Michaela) Campbell have a picture-perfect marriage and family. While Liam enjoys the comforts of being a small-town doctor with an old family name, Mike cares for their two children and her beloved horses. But when a horrible accident leaves Mike in a coma, Liam frantically searches for a way to ignite her memories and awaken her. What he discovers makes him question the foundations of their love, as Mike has a secret past as "Kayla" and a previous marriage to her first love, Julian True. Though still in a coma, Mike responds to these stories. Liam knows he must contact Julian, and gamble his future on the past memories of a woman whose true identity and feelings are unknown to him.
Kristin Hannah's talent for writing poignant tales of duty, passion, identity and family bonds made last year's On Mystic Lake a bestseller, and will certainly rake in the fans this time. (Imagine Danielle Steel without the Gucci bags or aging corporate CEOs.) While the majority of the novel has our heroine knocked out on a hospital gurney, Hannah makes valiant efforts to bring Mike's character to life, and Liam's enduring love should keep you rooting for him and reaching for the hanky
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Great read!
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This is one of the best books that I've read lately!
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Another one of her good books...
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Mikaela, beloved wife and mother, lies in a coma and her husband attempts to awaken her by opening up contacts with her secret past life and love; risking their marriage to save her life.
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I really liked this book. It was a quick read and had lots of turns and twists. The book also made me cry at times but a good cry.
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I really enjoyed this book, very moving, touching story. It made me tear up a few times and was a book I couldn't put down until I finished it. Highly recommend this one.
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I have read a lot of Kirstin Hannah's books so was really looking forward to this. It turned out to be only good, not great like most of them are. Night Road and Home Front were much better.