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10 thoughts on “Pack Up the Moon

  1. says:

    When a night that was supposed to be filled with laughter and celebration ends in the tragic death of her boyfri

  2. says:

    At first I found the narrator's artless conversational tone engaging Then as the book dragged on progressed would be inaccurateI realized that there was nothing resembling a plot just events following after each other with no dramatic tensio

  3. says:

    As a habit I tend to research a book before I read it Nothing serious but I like to look the reviews up on Goodr

  4. says:

    A wonderful heart warming tale about death grieving love friendship family and all the ups and downs of life Laugh out loud funny at times and tear invoking at others Anna McPartlin has a gift for telling stories and making you love t

  5. says:

    After a tough few days this book was the perfect thing for me It made me laugh in public and it made me cry A light read but with extreme depth in its subjects I highly recommend it

  6. says:

    Lovely read Loved following the lives of this wonderful group of people and I don't care that it got the ending I hoped for And I don't care that it was kind of predictable It was funny honest and sweet Loved it

  7. says:

    Another fab fluffy uplifting read shall be trying to find of hers loved the two I've read so far

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    PERSONAL RESPONSEThis book dragged on and on for so long it was not very appealing to me at all The plot was so boring and just dragged The characters I felt were flat and boring as well I had a really rough time finishing this book W

  9. says:

    Anna Mcpartlin's novel is a very realistic interpretation of a person having to pull themselves out of the grip of grief Emma looses her long time love John and is forced to start her life over again with the help of great friends w

  10. says:

    I love this book I keep rereading it and I will be really sad when I put it backThe main character is Emma and she lives with her longtime boyfriend John In the beginning of the book John is hit by a car and killed After that the reader witnesses how people grieve after losing a loved one and the many different stages John visits Emma in her

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E emerges from grief Emma has to find a whole new way of living and her loyal friends rally round in an attempt to help Clodagh Emma's lifelong friend with whom she's shared everything from mud pies to dating disasters Anne and Richard or less happily married and debating a move to the country Emma's brother Noel the young Catholic priest finding his own faith tested even as he tries to comfort Emma Sean the gorgeous bad boy of a thousand one night stands uncomfortabl. A wonderful heart warming tale about death grieving love friendship family and all the ups and downs of life Laugh out loud funny at times and tear invoking at others Anna McPartlin has a gift for telling stories and making you love the characters she creates

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Y aware of his and Emma's growing connection Witty acerbic and sometimes downright shocking Emma documents the stories of her friends and her own recovery from grief with a candor that engages the reader from the very first page With an amazing insight into the power of friendship and a wry irreverent humor that considers no subject off limits talented new Irish writer Anna McPartlin tells a heartwarming story of the courage it takes to move past loss and learn to liv. Anna Mcpartlin s novel is a very realistic interpretation of a person having to pull themselves out of the grip of grief Emma looses her long time love John and is forced to start her life over again with the help of great friends who attempt to show her the great parts of life and then push her to let go and move on This novel was interesting because rather than telling the story of a woman getting over something like this uickly easily and happily McPartlin shows that the grieving process is not always uick and far from easy This fact is evident in the bottom paragraph on page 216 when Emma finally frees herself from her parents Christmas gathering to go home and drink alone at which point she opens a bottle of wine and toasts Happy Christmas to John who has been gone for over a year and then continues to wonder about and miss him pensively I learned from this novel that a rising and falling plot is not necessarily the same for all novels one can write a story with no seeming pattern of rising and falling action but rather let the story coast along and come to its conclusion in its own time This ideology is risky because some readers would get bored of it however it is an interesting techniue and makes me curious as to what kind of stories I could tell using such devices

read Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Anna McPartlin

There's A Big Life Ahead Of Her But Can She Find The Courage To Live ItEmma is twenty six pretty intelligent and happily living with her childhood sweetheart John in a cute little Dublin apartment Her biggest problem is that her mother won't stop nagging her to get married already Emma and John feel like the perfect couple their future alive with possibilities But out of the blue a tragedy throws her life into disarray and Emma is suddenly incomprehensibly alone As sh. As a habit I tend to research a book before I read it Nothing serious but I like to look the reviews up on Goodreads or for my Kindle This book was recommended to me by my local book store I thought it could be a nice light read so I bought it I read some of the Goodreads reviews and I didn t really see any rave reviews of this book which is understandable because it is chick lit after all No offense to chick lit I admit that I am a chick lit reader go figure Anyway while the authors style of writing was shorter and to the point other than detailed or long winded it was nice and I still enjoyed the book The actual story was something you could visualize because it was either so relatable or you ve seen a movie that is almost exactly like it I swear there were times when I thought I could just turn on the TV and it would be playing out right in front of me It s about a girl in her mid twenties that has established a pretty good life is very comfortable in it She has a group of friends that has been together for what seems like their whole lives for the most part and they are all extremely close This group includes her with 2 other girls and 3 guys one of which is her long time child hood boyfriend Their world is shattered when her boyfriend is killed in an accident and you journey with each of them through the grieving re building process I especially liked how she summed the book up as a type of tell all journal to her daughter Sorry for the spoiler but I had to mention it because it s something I can relate to as I also have a journals that I write in off on for my own children Life just goes by so uickly and it s so easy to forget the things that make you smile laugh cry etc It saddens me to know that the moments that mean so much to me at this time will than likely be forgotten And besides they re in Ireland and I loved that I think Europeans are just cool in general That was a seller of its own D Oh And it also reminded me of Cocktails for Three by Madeleine Wickham which I HATED and was a huge disappointment because I LOVE Sophie Kinsella Pack Up the Moon was better written making the story so much enjoyable

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