Kom terug bij mij (2020)

Kom terug bij mij Marian Keyes Kom terug bij mij Anna Walsh weet niet meer waar ze het zoeken moet Volkomen uitgeteld ligt ze op de bank bij haar ouders in Dublin Ze was gelukkig met haar man Aidan haar baan en appartement in Manhatten Nu kan ze no
  • Title: Kom terug bij mij
  • Author: Marian Keyes
  • ISBN: 9789044322330
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
Kom terug bij mij Marian Keyes Anna Walsh weet niet meer waar ze het zoeken moet Volkomen uitgeteld ligt ze op de bank bij haar ouders in Dublin Ze was gelukkig met haar man Aidan, haar baan en appartement in Manhatten Nu kan ze nog maar aan een ding denken waar is Aidan gebleven Anna belt en mailt hem elke dag, maar hij reageert niet Als Anna met behulp van haar zorgzame moeder en hyperactieve joAnna Walsh weet niet meer waar ze het zoeken moet Volkomen uitgeteld ligt ze op de bank bij haar ouders in Dublin Ze was gelukkig met haar man Aidan, haar baan en appartement in Manhatten Nu kan ze nog maar aan een ding denken waar is Aidan gebleven Anna belt en mailt hem elke dag, maar hij reageert niet Als Anna met behulp van haar zorgzame moeder en hyperactieve jongere zus Helen weer een beetje is opgeknapt, besluit ze terug te gaan naar New York, naar haar huis en haar werk Daar is het leven er niet eenvoudiger op geworden Wat is er toch met haar huwelijk aan de hand dat Aidan geen contact met haar opneemt Nog steeds in de war zoekt Anna het hogerop.
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  1. Jessica

    After reading this book I decided that I will probably never loan it out because I will want to read it over and over again.This is, by far, the most emotionally provocative book I ve ever read For about the first 25 chapters or so, I was convinced I knew what was going on, only to be hurled into an entire weekend of crying and page turning I couldn t stop crying, yet I couldn t put it down This book made me realize so many things about myself, life, death, and what it really and truly means to [...]

  2. Corey

    I mentally classify most novels into one of two broad categories Literature or Crap Within the Crap category there are several further levels Books with negligible literary attributes like no plot, no character development, poor writing, etch hmmm Twilight fall into the Watching TV category because reading one of these books is the intellectual equivalent and takes the same amount of effort as sitting through a TV show Marian Keyes books definitely do not fall into the Literature category becaus [...]

  3. Bev

    I d have to put this book in my list of top ten favorites of all time I picked up the book on tape version at the library and immediately fell in love with Marian Keyes I had to get the print version to enjoy the story again, and I am not usually one to re read books because there are so many others on my to read list After reading this most engaging novel, I felt compelled to read all of Keyes other books, most of which were wonderful as well This one remains my favorite of hers, however I thin [...]

  4. Becky

    This book is one terrible mess, which is surprising because it s written by a bestselling author I mean, the dialogue she really think people talk like that And what was up with all those boring email sections, which did nothing to add to the story Plus, all the main characters are super annoying, especially the parts concerning the main character s job The most obnoxious part of the story is the plot twist which happens about 200 pages into the book I m fairly certain that everyone must know wh [...]

  5. Danielle

    This was my first Marian Keyes book, so I haven t read the others about the Walsh sisters I think I have a hard time getting into a lot of books, it usually takes the first 100 pages before I care about the book Once I hit the turning point in the novel around chapter 25 it was un put down able Seriously, I read the majority of the book on Sunday afternoon about 300 pages.I enjoy Anna, there is a lot that I can relate to about her under the surface She is a PR Account Executive, I ve worked in t [...]

  6. Krystal

    I m having a love affair with Keyes at the moment Started with Lucy Sullivan gets married loved it hiccuped with Watermelon not so much then on to Rachel s holiday rivaled Lucy s story and now, this one Anybody out there is Anna s story Keyes was on point in this book, Anna was heartbreakingly familiar When I realized where her story was heading I was a bit angry, as I was already in love with Anna and Andy as a couple could Keyes do this to me It was the delicate way that Keyes wove Annas story [...]

  7. Jennifer

    This was the first book by Marian Keyes that I ve read, and it made me see why so many people like her She does a great job of keeping you guessing what has happened to Anna throughout the first 200 or so pages, until its finally revealed how she got her injuries and what has happened to Aidan Normally I might say that a book this long was a bit overdone and could ve been cut back on, but I loved every page of it I was crying by the ending This book really pulled me into the story and made me fe [...]

  8. notgettingenough

    Why I will never read this book The verdict is in.As I wandered down to my local coffee shop the other morning, I couldn t help noticing a little pile of books somebody had put on the footpath, part of a clearing up A motley collection, if ever I saw one, was my professional assessment Over the next couple of days the pile got smaller Somebody took the book on Twenty two ways to improve the feng shui of your lavatory And Things you can do with bonsai plants if you have a front loader Even the Bo [...]

  9. Brittany Bennett

    Kind of a weepy girl book I had a hard time being convinced that their relationship was so amazing and am pretty sure that had this been a real couple, it would have seemed so great simply because she d only been with the guy for a year and half fully still within the infatuation stage But still the feelings are there regardless of the reasons for them, and it didn t keep me from emphasizing with her entirely I also felt like Keyes tried a little too hard to be cutesy, especially in the first pa [...]

  10. Tessa

    3,5 sterren Mooi verhaal met een emotioneel thema Echter pakte het verhaal mij niet helemaal, wat ik jammer vond.

  11. Julie

    SPOILERS AHEAD do not read if you plan to read this book I ve had a sense of deja vu lately when I ve been reading One was with Remember Me and the other one was with this great one by Marion Keyes It s been ages since I read PS I Love You by Cecilia Ahern but I think the premise was similar in this one, the main character has been seriously injured in a car crash that has killed her newlywed husband She is in denial of this fact for the first third of the book but then comes to accept it and is [...]

  12. Jennifer

    I read the Marian Keyes novels completely out of order, having started with a copy ofWatermelon my mum leant me when I was home on break As a result, I perhaps saw the Sullivan girls mature in a slightly different order than other people who read the books in order Nevertheless, I was confused by this book, and one other,Rachel s Holiday From the initial character development I got on Anna and Rachel, I always felt that it would have made far sense to send Anna to rehab This book was even furth [...]

  13. Hildy

    first read February 2011second read December 2016This is one of my favourite books It is rare that I read about a couple that is so obviously perfect for each other and so intensely in love I miss that This book is quirky, laugh out loud funny, and so emotional Keyes nailed every part of this It was long but I still wish that there was to read.

  14. Zen Cho

    This wasn t quite as bad as I thought it would be, but it was not the kind of book I would ever have picked up on my own This is because it is pretty bad It s not that I dislike chicklit as a genre so much as that it is not a genre I will forgive occasional badness in so long as it presses my buttons, and this was just all sloppy writing and uninteresting characters Characters is kinda overstating it they were names plus associated collections of tics.But as I said, it was not as bad as I thoug [...]

  15. Jen

    I love the various Marian Keyes books, especially the ones featuring the individual sisters from the Irish family, the Walshes Her books are almost standard chick lit fare, but Keyes s writing and her doses of Irish wickedness make them stand above the crowd.This book features the fourth Walsh sister, Anna We ve met Anna in the other Walsh sister books, where she s something of a spacey, hippie ish waif, but here she s been transformed into a savvy New York business woman a bit of a stretch, I t [...]

  16. Amanda Patterson

    Anna Walsh sits and convalesces at her family home in Ireland, thinking obsessively of her husband, Aidan, and their life in New York Why, you wonder, does she not just call him Anna is surrounded in true Keyes fashion by a nutty mother, and an assortment of eccentric sisters Keyes is on top form in this novel and Anybody Out There is up there with the best she s ever written Like her character, Anna Walsh, one has the sense that Marian Keyes also had to grow up eventually and deal with some har [...]

  17. Licinia

    Mais um livro na senda da Fam lia Walsh, relata durante um per odo a viv ncia traum tica e sofrida da quarta filha ou irm a Annas sem nunca perder ainda assim o humor que esta escritora nos habituou.

  18. DebKiwi

    Marian Keyes just doesn t have the cool factor as an author This story would have been ok had it been condensed onto 1 3 of the pages and really what were those hideous emails from her ridiculous mother about they didn t add to the story at all.A really dumb read.

  19. Alisha Marie

    Anybody Out There was a book that started out really great However, after a while, not only did it start to drag on, it also started to resemble a messa mildly intriguing mess, but a mess none the less Now, I don t need much from a chick lit to be happy, but in Anybody Out There, I just needed .The Good Part 1 Part 1 of Anybody Out There was the best out of the three parts in this book The family dynamics, which was my favorite part of Anybody Out There, were prominent in the first part and wer [...]

  20. Julie

    This is a story about one of the Walsh sisters There are five sisters in this Irish family that Marian Keyes has written several books about This one is about Anna It begins with her in in Ireland at her parents home, although we find out early that she lives in New York and is here recovering We also know that she misses Aidan very much and that she feels she must recover from her injuries quickly so that she can get back to New York to find him What we do not know is what happened to her or wh [...]

  21. Colleen

    One of the reviewers of this book said she classifies books into either literature or crap I would probably call the second category fluff instead The reviewer also mentions there are levels within the categories So true This book is fluff but it has some good messages about the difficulty of the grieving process For about a third of the book, we don t know why Anna Walsh has been injured or why her husband doesn t seem to be responding to her We experience her crazy family and friends throughou [...]

  22. Jane Long

    I enjoyed this book as I do with most of Marian Keyes books I agree though with my daughter Samantha, who read this book first and said she enjoyed it, but the story was a bit depressing Even Marian Keyes agreed I felt I knew the characters fairly well as they have been in a few of the books I have read by the same author The family is quite big and lots of different things are going on all the time.

  23. Oriyah Nitkin

    This was a fun book that read like a movie Nice plot, though I felt that certain revelations would have been better later on in the book, and it left me hanging a little than I would have liked Fun, quick, good even And then it was done and mostly unremarkable But good while it lasted.

  24. gille

    This is my favorite of all the Walsh sisters books I love Anna, she is my favorite sister, and I was so moved by her story Having read this one first sort of ruined the others, although I loved them too, as I knew what would happen in the end for each sister in her relationships This was a heartbreaking tale, filled with laughter and tears A LOT of tears and HUGE twists and turns that are hardly expected Although everyone reading the series should start with Watermelon, then read Rachel s Holida [...]

  25. Raine

    ANYBODY OUT THERE is quite the mixture of humor and sadness Part One is where we meet Anna, who has been injured and is spending time recuperating in her parents home in Ireland She lives in NYC with her husband Aiden, who is missing Maybe I m not used to reading these types of books, but we find out where Aiden is at the beginning of part two, and I was shocked I had a totally different take on where he could be.Anna eventually goes back to NYC to resume her career as a PR Exec for Candy Grrrl, [...]

  26. Sammi

    Along with Rachel s Holiday this is probably my favourite Marian Keyes book What I love about her books is that she doesn t write typical chick lit I generally hate chick lit well, apart from Sophie Kinsella s books but Marian Keyes always manages to add a difficult subject drug addiction, domestic abuse, rape and deal with it sensitively and intelligently while also being hilarious.Anybody Out There tells the story of one of the younger Walsh siblings we ve met them before in Watermelon, Rachel [...]

  27. Tori Hoeschler

    Sad at Best, Tedious and Boring at WorstFirst of all, I started this book without realizing that it is actually the 4th in a series involving these Walsh sisters This always annoys me and although I don t think this was a situation where I missed something by not reading the first three, it did deter from my overall reading enjoyment Now, I very much went into this book with eyes wide open I assumed it was chick lit y and as such, was not expecting to be bowled over with literary magnificence Bu [...]

  28. Jenn

    Penguin s advertising blitz last year for Marian Keyes books paid off I have had an inexplicable urge to read one for ages Well, not entirely inexplicable, as 6 feet tall posters plastered all over the Tube come to mind But I still don t think I would have found the initiative to procure one so I am lucky May brought this to dinner and put it in front of me This was surprisingly sad for chicklit Especially one with butterflies all over the cover altho the butterflies now make sense Totally worth [...]

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