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  1. says:

    I am a Barbara Delinsky fan I have read many of her books but I must say I was a little disappointed with this book I just could not connect with the main character Emily at all I found her a bit spoiled and self centered an

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    Emily is 32; living in New York; working 16 18 hours a day at a large law firm; married to James a wonderful man whom she loves dearly who also happens to be a lawyer and who works hours than she does Like every other morning when Emily wakes u

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    You know how sometimes you just have to be in the right place in your life to enjoy a book Well this one's not doing it for me I think I would have liked it better in my younger years Now I'm too old jaded synical The protagonist Emily is a lawyer escaping from her life in NY Her husband is also a lawyer they own a house a nice car are both young and beautiful and struggling to conceive a child Emily does not

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    Today at 5AM I dropped my significant other off at his work Instead of turning right out of the parking lot as

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    At one point or another everyone searches for an escape from their busy life An escape from work family technology friends obligations An escape from the harsh reality of the real world And the promise of escape from my whining child – even a short term one – is what drew me to this book in the first placeThis is the story of 32 year old Emily – wife of James employee of Lane Lavash and a woman who dream

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    All right Although this book started out promisingly it got and tedious by the page and then and ludicrous by the chapter It starts off being about a woman who runs away from her New York life to try to reconnect with her

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    Escape is the 41st stand alone novel by popular author Barbara Delinsky One Friday morning New York lawyer Emily Aulenbach takes stock of her life and realises it has strayed so far from her dream that she needs to escape She takes off her watc

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    I really like Ms Delinsky's books but this was not a favorite It got off to a good start and had some action toward the end but the majority of the story was a little too nothing for me and I found myself not able to relate to the main character a lot of the time We were never given sufficient reason for why she

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    For the mostpart I enjoyed Escape An easy read and a story I could identify with HoweverSPOILERI didn't expect the hostage situation in fact I found it inconsistent with the storyline I think what bothered me most was both James and Jude seemed completely out of character in handling the situation James may have been a great negot

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    I'm very surprised by the number of stars this book received I have read others by Delinsky that were also escapist fiction but much better than this one I read in the afterword that she wrote this book on the advice of her fans I don't think that was a very good idea We fans are not authors what do we know Premise was ok the whole coyote thing stupid And there were too many things going on at once but not a lot of detail I feel like I ne

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review ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ô Barbara Delinsky

Leaves work early one day goes home packs her bag and takes off Groping toward the future uncharacteristically following her gut rather than her mind she heads north toward a New Hampshire town tucked between mountains She knows this town During her college years she spent a watershed summer here Painful as it is to return she knows that if she is to right her life she has to start her I really like Ms Delinsky s books but this was not a favorite It got off to a good start and had some action toward the end but the majority of the story was a little too nothing for me and I found myself not able to relate to the main character a lot of the time We were never given sufficient reason for why she would want to escape the way she did and I would have liked to have seen a few pages explaining why she found both her husband and her job so unbearable Once the story got going it was hard for me to be sympathetic to someone who seemed immature and selfish often than I wanted her to be I have a problem with couples who love each other like crazy but for some silly reason aren t together and there was some of that here The husband we come to know seems like a completely different person than the brief glimpse we had of him before she ran away There were other inconsistencies that made things just not ring true I also couldn t relate to the coyote part at all I understand the symbolism but it seemed forced and I don t usually feel that in books by this author I didn t completely dislike it but I don t think it was anywhere near as good as many of her others The title is intriguing but I think it could have been much better The Accidental Activist one day goes home packs her bag and takes Brenda has a dragon in her blood off to a good start and had some action toward the end but the majority Divan Of Rudaki of the story was a little too nothing for me and I found myself not able to relate to the main character a lot Choice Stories for Children of the time We were never given sufficient reason for why she would want to escape the way she did and I would have liked to have seen a few pages explaining why she found both her husband and her job so unbearable Once the story got going it was hard for me to be sympathetic to someone who seemed immature and selfish Öbür Divan often than I wanted her to be I have a problem with couples who love each Summary of Homo Deus other like crazy but for some silly reason aren t together and there was some Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes of that here The husband we come to know seems like a completely different person than the brief glimpse we had The Teams Milking Cow of him before she ran away There were A Wolfs Desire Reluctant Mates other inconsistencies that made things just not ring true I also couldn t relate to the coyote part at all I understand the symbolism but it seemed forced and I don t usually feel that in books by this author I didn t completely dislike it but I don t think it was anywhere near as good as many Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) of her Zenith others The title is intriguing but I think it could have been much better

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Escape AUTHOR Barbara Delinsky

In her luminous new novel Barbara Delinsky explores every woman’s desire to abandon the endless obligations of work and marriage and the idea that the most passionate romance can be found with the person you know best Emily Aulenbach is thirty a lawyer married to a lawyer working in Manhattan An idealist she had once dreamed of representing victims of corporate abuse but she spends he Emily is 32 living in New York working 16 18 hours a day at a large law firm married to James a wonderful man whom she loves dearly who also happens to be a lawyer and who works hours than she does Like every other morning when Emily wakes up at 6 am she s already receiving and sending text messages from her boss husband clients sister and colleagues etc She gets to work and it s while she s dealing with a file that she feels the walls closing in on her She immediately leaves the office goes home packs grabs the car and leaves the city without telling anyone At that moment she doesn t know where she s going if she should call her husband and comes to the conclusion she hates all technological gadgets She also knows that the life she is leading is not the life she signed up for She and her husband had a dream and it s not what they re living She s trying to figure out where it all went wrong She needs to change that In a nutshell she s trying to find herself Who doesn t at times want to chuck it all in and just leave at some point in their life God knows I have Leaving her job is one thing but leaving the husband she loves No As I read on I found Emily to be self centered and selfish not to mention boring It s all about what she wants She wants the best of both worlds but instead of being an adult she waits for the answer by some means I will say that I really adored her husband James I don t think in reality a man like that would put up with Emily I could be wrong My issues with her if you don t like your job find another one don t like techie gadgets throw them away love your husband don t leave him Talk to him If he won t listen find a way to make him listen Running away will not solve the problem it creates By the way I have no idea what the references to the wolves meant I can t say I loved the book but I also can t say that I hated it I know it s just a made up story but I didn t think it was written or thought out well There were other characters introduced that I thought didn t need to be included It s as though the author was going to go in one direction with the story but instead went another As for the ending it was what I predicted half way thru Krismis van Map Jacobs obligations Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods of work and marriage and the idea that the most passionate romance can be found with the person you know best Emily Aulenbach is thirty a lawyer married to a lawyer working in Manhattan An idealist she had Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche once dreamed Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, of representing 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Prophet The Chronicles of Koa out where it all went wrong She needs to change that In a nutshell she s trying to find herself Who doesn t at times want to chuck it all in and just leave at some point in their life God knows I have Leaving her job is Ugly Fish one thing but leaving the husband she loves No As I read The Math of Life and Death 7 Mathematical Principles That Shape Our Lives on I found Emily to be self centered and selfish not to mention boring It s all about what she wants She wants the best Little Gods of both worlds but instead Der Schweizerische Robinson of being an adult she waits for the answer by some means I will say that I really adored her husband James I don t think in reality a man like that would put up with Emily I could be wrong My issues with her if you don t like your job find another Ensorcelled The Erotic Adventures of Jane in the Jungle Book 9 one don t like techie gadgets throw them away love your husband don t leave him Talk to him If he won t listen find a way to make him listen Running away will not solve the problem it creates By the way I have no idea what the references to the wolves meant I can t say I loved the book but I also can t say that I hated it I know it s just a made up story but I didn t think it was written The Poems The Collected Works of W B Yeats or thought Sylvia Pankhurst out well There were Attack of Apollyon: Revenge of the Locusts other characters introduced that I thought didn t need to be included It s as though the author was going to go in Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere An Illustrated Introduction Tuttle Martial Arts one direction with the story but instead went another As for the ending it was what I predicted half way thru

review ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ô Barbara Delinsky

R days in a cubicle talking on the phone with vic­tims of tainted bottled water and she is on the bottler’s side And it isn’t only work It's her sister her friends even her husband Tim with whom she doesn’t connect the way she used to She doesn't connect to much in her life period with the exception of three things her computer her BlackBerry and her watch Acting on impulse Emily Today at 5AM I dropped my significant other off at his work Instead of turning right out of the parking lot as I always do I turned left and kept going Yeah I can relate to this book It s a different mind set driving off into the unknown leaving the known and dissatisfaction behind For a while I imagined just driving and driving stopping in new or even revisiting old places getting a room checking in relaxing walking exploring visiting There are no time constraints no pressures an easing of stress responsibilitiesAlas my bank account cannot manage an escape such as Emily s and I m back home after a short very short sojourn I enjoyed reading Escape and found it totally plausible not just for myself but for the many others in mind numbing situations My sister for one is driven by the pressures of Billable Billable Billable so I understand and can relate to both main characters I truly enjoyed every word and circumstance especially the animal refuge and the symbolic coyotes