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by Susan Wiggs

eBook Family Tree: A Novel download ISBN: 0062425439
Author: Susan Wiggs
Publisher: William Morrow (August 9, 2016)
Language: English
Pages: 368
ePub: 1551 kb
Fb2: 1486 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Wiggs returns with a powerful, emotionally complex story of love and loss, heartbreak and healing, the pain of the past. and the promise of the future.

Clever, creative, and ingenious, this is Susan Wiggs at her best New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Wiggs returns with a powerful, emotionally complex story of love and loss, heartbreak and healing, the pain of the past.

Clever, creative, and ingenious, this is Susan Wiggs at her best. I devoured the book, turning the pages so fast I got a papercut. I love Susan Wiggs’ novels so much. A wonderful read, fun and wise, and absolutely delicious. New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Wiggs returns with a powerful, emotionally complex story of love and loss, heartbreak and healing, the pain of the past.

Susan Wiggs (born May 17, 1958) is an American author of historical and contemporary romance novels. Wiggs began writing as a child, finishing her first novel, A Book About Some Bad Kids, when she was eight. She temporarily abandoned her dream of being a novelist after graduating from Harvard University, instead becoming a math teacher. She continued to read, especially reveling in romance novels.

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New York Times-bestselling author Susan Wiggs returns with a powerful, emotionally complex story of love and loss, heartbreak and healing, the pain of the past. The Beekeeper’s Ball.

How was this my first Susan Wiggs book?! No seriously, she’s written more than fifty novels so the fact that I haven’t read any of her books before is blowing my mind

How was this my first Susan Wiggs book?! No seriously, she’s written more than fifty novels so the fact that I haven’t read any of her books before is blowing my mind. Family Tree had everything I look for in women’s fiction; a wonderful lead character who you can root for, a story that weaves between the past and present, some mouth watering descriptions of food and a cozy setting in the forests of Vermont. What more could you want?! A dash of romance maybe?

True to his word, Gordy brought on his two older sisters. Paula and Roberta were large, like Gordy, but a lot more outgoing, and they seemed to love the outdoors.

True to his word, Gordy brought on his two older sisters. They gathered and hauled and worked. as hard as any man. Every day as Annie finished up the boiling, Fletcher would come into the sugar shack and they would talk-about school, life, family, the future, everything. She could listen to him talk all day. She liked the cadence of his voice and the light in his eyes when he looked at her. She liked his large hands and the easy, athletic grace with which he moved.

Family Tree by Susan Wiggs When Annie wakes up from a year long coma, she has to try and . All We Ever Wanted: A Novel Hardcover – June 2018 by Emily Giffin

Family Tree by Susan Wiggs When Annie wakes up from a year long coma, she has to try and remember her past, and make decisions about her future. Family Tree by Susan Wiggs reached on The Globe and Mail's Original Fiction bestseller list for August. Family Tree: A Novel. White Chrysanthemum by Mary Lynn Bracht: 9780735214446 PenguinRandomHouse. All We Ever Wanted: A Novel Hardcover – June 2018 by Emily Giffin. We've rounded up the biggest book club books 2018 has to offer, including new releases from Kristin Hannah, Meg Wolitzer, Debbie Macomber, and more.

Family Tree: A Novel by Wiggs, Susan.

Family Tree is the story of one woman’s triumph over betrayal, and how she eventually comes to terms with her past. Complex, clear-eyed and big-hearted, funny, sad, and wise, it is a novel to cherish and to remember. It is the story of joys unrealized and opportunities regained. Romance Fiction Family Life. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a powerful, emotionally complex story of love, loss, the pain of the past—and the promise of the future.

Sometimes the greatest dream starts with the smallest element. A single cell, joining with another. And then dividing. And just like that, the world changes.

Annie Harlow knows how lucky she is. The producer of a popular television cooking show, she loves her handsome husband and the beautiful Los Angeles home they share. And now, she’s pregnant with their first child. But in an instant, her life is shattered. And when Annie awakes from a yearlong coma, she discovers that time isn’t the only thing she’s lost.

Grieving and wounded, Annie retreats to her old family home in Switchback, Vermont, a maple farm generations old. There, surrounded by her free-spirited brother, their divorced mother, and four young nieces and nephews, Annie slowly emerges into a world she left behind years ago: the town where she grew up, the people she knew before, the high-school boyfriend turned judge. And with the discovery of a cookbook her grandmother wrote in the distant past, Annie unearths an age-old mystery that might prove the salvation of the family farm.

Family Tree is the story of one woman’s triumph over betrayal, and how she eventually comes to terms with her past. It is the story of joys unrealized and opportunities regained. Complex, clear-eyed and big-hearted, funny, sad, and wise, it is a novel to cherish and to remember. 

Comments: (7)
Yla
I hate stories which leap frog back and forth between the Now and Then. This story, had more Then than Now. Was a light read. Not enough depth to the heroine's recovery. Everything was just skimmed over and then suddenly, we are all happy.
Reighbyra
Extremely slow moving book. Story line with very predictable. Nice story but very redundant.
Togor
Susan Wiggs writes wonderful characters and almost always helps readers learn something new, as this book does in teaching the reader about the maple syrup business in Vermont, and in reminding the reader that all that glitters is not gold, I.e. life in the entertainment world of LA versus life on a different scale with people you love in a place you love, where the people are all authentic. I love the way Susan Wiggs writes and have read almost everything she has written.
SiIеnt
I kept finding myself losing myself in this story as it progressed. My heart broke for Annie when she got up from her coma and realized she had lost a year of her life. As her memory returns she gradually learns what is important to her - what she needs to have a satisfying life.
Niwield
I have long been a fan of this author. This story tops out among some of her best. Normally, I get impatient with a story that weaves back and forth between present and.past but not so with this tale. Ms Wittig is a master weaver

Enjoy !
MrRipper
This is the first novel I’ve read by Susan Wiggs and I’m so grateful for it. For me, reading the past part of Annie and Fletcher’s story was so beautifully described that it charged off memories of my own first love, and what that felt like. One becomes completely absorbed by the experience so friends, family, and the rest of the world ceases to exist. It’s magical! Thank you Susan Wiggs for a delightful story. You’re a very talented writer with a unique ability to capture emotion and make your readers feel it! Blessings to you!
Umdwyn
This book is a wonderful read for certain people: people who love to cook, people who have allowed someone to circumvent your dream, people who have had to start over, people who find their way back to each other, people who have a strong sense of place. I loved everything about it! Wigg's best one yet!
I enjoyed this book, however there was a lot of needless filler that made the story slow and tedious. Just when there was an interesting turn in the story, it was followed by pleasant, but unnecessary banter that caused me to lose interest and skip chapters. Then it all came together in a hasty scrambled jumble at the end, leaving me feeling let down, disappointed and manipulated. Susan Wiggs is an excellent writer and does not need to resort to this to make the book longer.