Editor di una famosa casa editrice di New York, Katie ha appena scoperto un nuovo scrittore e il suo uomo ideale, Matt. Tra i due nasce subito una grande amore, un legame che sembra perfetto. Ma un giorno, all'improvviso e senza una parola di spiegazione, Matt decide di troncare il rapporto, lasciandole un quaderno. Si tratta del diario di una donna, Suzanne, che racconta dell'amore per il suo bambino e per il suo uomo, che Katie scopre essere proprio Matt...
- ISBN: 8850236719
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 272
- Data di uscita: 10-07-2014
This book was the worst I've read. I actually felt less intelligent when I finished it. I feel empathy for people who think this is quality writing. Put it this way, the book was so bad that the movie was better. I actually liked the movie a lot, which means it wasn't the story, it was the author. P Leggi tutto
I've read more of James Patterson's novels than I care to admit, and from what I've observed, their general pattern is a little bit of exposition followed by some drama and suspense, which is mostly boring or unbelievably contrived (or both), followed by some sappy, overly-sentimental, unimaginative Leggi tutto
Ovaj romantični iskorak u Patersonovom opusu ne zaostaje za Nikolasom Sparksom... :)
I still rue the day I picked up this book from the library and even more, reading the first page. The overly-contrived plot contains unbelievably "perfect" characters and comes off as just hokey and ridiculous. Oh, how I regret reading to the end. The sappy sentimentality. The over-the-top crude att Leggi tutto
This is not the James Patterson I knew. It takes a lot of confidence to move into a different genre and Patterson has accomplished that move spectacularly. When I was about half through, I wondered why I was still reading. It was a nice story but ... ... then, with an exquisite sense of timing, Patt Leggi tutto
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