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Summer School

Mexericos namoriscar e escrever o livro das suas vidas Em pouco tempo Mary a solteira convicta descobre os encantos de partilhar uma Vespa; o sedutor Jeremy rende se a talentos ue não apenas os seus e até a pragmática Patricia vai arranjar tempo para uma paixão acident. I ve enjoyed reading Elly Griffiths crime books and discovered somewhere along the way that this was a pseudonym of Domenica De Rosa De Rosa s books looked rather girly and chick lit like and not really my kind of thing When I spotted one in the library though I picked it up to have a look and ended up absorbed by it The Summer School of the title is a fortnight long writing workshop taking place in a renovated castle in Tuscany The characters seemed a bit stereotypical to start with but most of them broke enough boundaries that they seemed like real enough people It is all a little predictable and I guessed where several of the storylines were going but that didn t really matter There were a few things that didn t seem uite right for example a character who only seemed to be remembered once every 100 pages I think there is something a bit odd about reading about a writers workshop it made me want to rewrite parts of this book That s not something I usually think about On the whole though a decent piece of light entertainment and I ll uite possibly read at some point in the future

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Todos os anos Patricia O'Hara abre as portas do seu magnífico castello do século XIII e organiza um curso de escrita criativa na deslumbrante região da Toscana Mas este ano algo paira no ar uando os sete aspirantes a escritores se juntam à beira da piscina para trocar. This review was originally posted on Between My LinesTWITTERESUE REVIEWSet around a writing retreat in Tuscany with a fab romance it oozed summer feels Loved it

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Al Graças a esta mistura explosiva de egos e criatividade segredos obscuros e visitantes inesperados uma coisa é certa nunca se assistiu a um Verão como este uando o curso chegar ao fim as suas vidas terão mudado para sempre E um deles chegará mesmo a escrever um livr. Tuscany and its enrapturing beauty the strange and sensual atmosphere of an old castle situated in the countryside nearby Siena and bright idea a two weeks teaching session for aspiring authors who just arrived from England well for most of them One Summer in Tuscany has everything needed to capture the reader especially if she or he is an aspiring authorThe idea that led to this book is uite original and I found it really interesting to read this story to follow the aspiring authors to discover their failings their somewhat naive enthusiasm their fears Yes I really enjoyed the first chaptersSadly however the story ends in a nonsensical way as if the author felt rushed It s frustrating


10 thoughts on “Summer School

  1. says:

    One Summer in Tuscany was previously published in 2008 as ‘Summer School’Set in the idyllic Tuscan hills Patricia Wilson’s 18th century home earns its keep or tries to by playing host to guests on a residential creative writing course The two week course includes tuition from author Jeremy Bullen and features sightseeing trips into Rom

  2. says:

    This book is full of caricatures the buttoned up elderly civil servant the twinkling Italian cook with the white moustache the Irish rogue the Italian stallion Some of the story lines are uite ridiculous and the end is so ridiculously schmaltzy and weepy tying up all the loose ends I absolutely loved it I couldn't put it down and I can say it's a book I really thoroughly enjoyed every moment of How often can you say th

  3. says:

    This review was originally posted on Between My LinesTWITTERESUE REVIEWSet around a writing retreat in Tuscany with a fab romance it oozed summer feels Loved it

  4. says:

    I'm not usually drawn to popular fiction but thought I'd read some Elly Griffiths who I discovered is actually Domenica De Rosa I shall read of her books when I need something lighter this was a great anti dote to Dorian Gray which I didn't bother to finish

  5. says:

    I've enjoyed reading Elly Griffiths' crime books and discovered somewhere along the way that this was a pseudonym of Domenica De Rosa De Rosa's books looked rather girly and chick lit like and not really my kind of thing When I spotted one in the library though I picked it up to have a look and ended up absorbed by it The 'Summer

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this I think it must be hard for an author to write about a writing course or make comments on stories w

  7. says:

    Not a bad read but not as good as Nicky Pellegrino books

  8. says:

    Tuscany and its enrapturing beauty the strange and sensual atmosphere of an old castle situated in the countryside nearby Siena and bright idea a two weeks teaching session for aspiring authors who just arrived from England well for most of them “One Summer in Tuscany » has everything needed to capture the reader especially if she or he is

  9. says:

    Summer School has been republished in 2017 as 'One Summer in Tuscany'Set in the idyllic Tuscan hills Patricia Wilson’s 18th century home earns its keep or tries to by playing host to guests on a residential creative writing course The two week course includes tuition from author Jeremy Bullen and features sightseeing trips into Rome and Florence as well as the chance to explore the local landscape For the guests it

  10. says:

    With the threat of bankruptcy over her head Patricia really needs an injection of cash Maybe one of her summer school guests can provide the answer?Oh my goodness I enjoyed One Summer in Tuscany What I really loved

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