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About the Author
- Publisher : Audible Studios on Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (July 21, 2015)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1491589825
- ISBN-13 : 978-1491589823
- Item Weight : 3.5 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.5 x 0.63 x 5.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,782,571 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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There are very short chapters, so it’s an easy read, easy to pick up right where you left off. The main cast is very small so you have no trouble remembering who was whom, or what was happening. The middle of the book is perhaps a tad slow-going, and there were times when I didn’t think I would finish but by the end I was into it and wanted to know how it would end.
All in all, I liked ‘Second Hand Heart’, and would recommend it to anyone who likes women’s fiction and is interested in something a bit more thought-provoking than many.
On an iPad those letters of correspondence were all highlighted
It was not only hard on my eyes
It made it quite tedious at first
and while the book wrapped up in the way that it should
Usually this author brings me to tears or some kind of lesson not saying there I’m just saying it wasn’t there for me
Catherine Ryan Hyde an author who sings her words. She writes in a way that leads you every inch of the way. At times I had to go over sentences making sure I understood what the writer was saying, but when I read it the second and third time, I realized I had read it right the first time.
‘Second Hand Heart’ makes the reader think a lot. So if you’re a reader who wants a relaxing story without thinking. Forgetaboutit. As I said, this author makes you think. Think about life. Think about your own life in the long run. Right now I’m thinking which organ really rules ‘my’ body. My heart or my brain? Before reading this book I would have said my brain, but now I have to say my heart.
That, in a nut shell is what this story is about.
I wasn’t crazy about the letter-writing back and forth in the beginning, but feel it was necessary for the story to move forward.
I am happy to see that other reviewers loved this book and I will continue to read the works of this gifted writer as she is one of my favorites.