[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Bookshop on the Shore ✈ Jenny Colgan – Thegreatwallonline.us

The Bookshop on the ShoreRead XBF The Bookshop On The Shore XB Jenny Colgan Petrasrobert A Grand Baronial House On Loch Ness, A Quirky Small Town Bookseller, And A Single Mom Looking For A Fresh Start All Come Together In This Witty And Warm Hearted Novel By New York Times Bestselling Author Jenny ColganDesperate To Escape From London, Single Mother Zoe Wants To Build A New Life For Herself And Her Son Hari She Can Barely Afford The Crammed Studio Apartment On A Busy Street Where Honking Horns And Shouting Football Fans Keep Them Awake All Night If She Doesn T Find A Way Out Soon, Zoe Knows It S Just A Matter Of Time Before She Has A Complete Meltdown On A Whim, She Answers An Ad For A Nanny Job In The Scottish Highlands, Which Is About As Far Away From The Urban Crush Of London As Possible It Sounds Heavenly The Job Description Asks For Someone Capable Of Caring For Three Gifted Children , Two Of Which Behave Feral Wolverines The Children S Widowed Father Is A Wreck, And The Kids Run Wild In A Huge Tumbledown Castle On The Heather Strewn Banks Of Loch Ness Still, The Peaceful, Picturesque Location Is Everything London Is Not And Zoe Rises To The Challenges Of The JobWith The Help Of Nina, The Friendly Local Bookseller, Zoe Begins To Put Down Roots In The Community Are Books, Fresh Air, And Kindness Enough To Heal This Broken Family And Her Own

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ The Bookshop on the Shore ✈ Jenny Colgan – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • The Bookshop on the Shore
  • Jenny Colgan
  • English
  • 11 October 2018
  • 9780062850188

10 thoughts on “The Bookshop on the Shore


  1. says:

    Goodreads giveaway win This book just wasn t for me Jenny Colgan is a very popular author so if you love her books I m sure you ll love this one too The Bookshop on the Shore did nothing for me This book is over 400 pages and I could have gotten the same story in 130 pages Nothing happens in this book,...


  2. says:

    Jenny colgan books are always like a massive hug in book form The kind of hug that you desperately need and when you get that hug everything is made that little bit better and that little bit brighter I absolutely loved this amazing book.


  3. says:

    Zoe s a single mom with no money living in London Her son s father never seems to have money to help, so when she gets a job offer in Scotland as a nanny and a bookseller, she takes 4 year old Hari, who has never spoken, to the remote Scottish village Much to her chagrin, she learns that the children have gone through at least 6 nannies in the recent past, and are determined to be rid of the 7th as soon as they can Jenny Colgan is a great storyteller, and I enjoyed reading about Zoe s adventur...


  4. says:

    free review copy Dare I say..my new favorite Jenny Colgan I have yet to meet a world of hers that hasn t utterly enchanted me and this return to Loch Ness and the traveling book shop utterly enchanted me.


  5. says:

    Single mother Zoe is desperately struggling to make ends meet in London Her 4 year old son Hari is perfect, except for the fact he doesn t speak at all When Zoe s landlord raises the rent on her dismal studio flat, she realises she has nowhere to turn.When an opportunity for not one but two jobs arises in Scotland, Zoe decides this could be the change she desperately needs.Faced with her new boss Ramsay, and his 3 unruly children, Zoe begins to wonder if she s made a terrible mistake But the Highlands have a way of getting under your skin and in her heart, Zoe doesn t know whether she could ever leave.Firstly, I would like to start this review by mentioning the foreword from the author I am not a great reader of this section usually, but I find Colgan fills hers with as much fun and wit as the rest of the book However, this particular piece really sat with me, especially this line If you read It means there are heads to be in, lives to be lived than simply your own I have loved books my whole life, having started reading from an early age, books hold some of my fondest memories One of which is snuggling down at bedtime next to my mum for a chapter of the next great adventure As an only child and being quite introverted, I found that by devouring stories I could ...


  6. says:

    I loved everything about this book Zoe is in desperate need of somewhere to stay and a way of earning some money Her friend finds her somewhere to stay where the children need an aupair and she gets to work on the fabulous touring book bus, whilst Nina has bed rest whilst expecting her new baby.The children she looks after are a real handful but it was fascinating to see how Zoe dealt with each problem and how quickly she drew them into her world The small boy also helps her son who has elective mutism I have a daughter with selective mutism , so I found this aspect to the story very interesting.Zoe also finds the bookshop regulars hard to get onside and has to find her own way to make the bookshop busy, wi...


  7. says:

    4.5 Stars This book totally surprised me I went into this one thinking it was a cute summer romance with a ditsy woman who loved books, boy was I wrong Jenny Colgan has introduced us to a family in chaos Zoe packs up and heads to Scotland with her four year old son Hari, from busy London to become a nanny for a family with three children What she did not expect were the issues this family has and still is dealing with She also works part time driving the local bookmobile when the owner is put on bedrest during the end of her pregnancy What happens is a wonderful, sometimes amusing, sometimes sad, but always entertaining story.The Bookshop plays and important part in the story, not only adding funds to Zoe s coffers, but getting both her and Hari out of the huge estate home She meets some great characters along the way, who come to her rescue by the end of the book, as well as helping her to fit in and feel like her and Hari finally have a home The children drove me crazy at the beginning of the book, but as I got to know about them, as well as the circumstances of the family, I wanted to reach out and pull them to my breast There was also a lot of humour to offset the darker, sadder spots in the book The chicken scenes are hilarious The descriptions of the land and the people, that are included in the book, made we want to get on a plane and head off ...


  8. says:

    Single mum Zoe is struggling to bring up her son Hari in a tiny bedsit in Wembley so when an opportunity arises to relocate to Loch Ness, Scotland and act as au pair to three children whilst also running a mobile bookshop she jumps at the opportunity, envisaging herself as a modern Mary Poppins reading books to rosy cheeked cherubs The reality is somewhat different, the bookshop s customers rely heavily on the bookshop s owner Nina to know the books they want need and Zoe is floundering The children Zoe is supposed to look after are by turns rude, insulting and appear to exist entirely on toast and marmalade, the housekeeper is surly and unhelpful and the children s father is remote and takes little interest in his children s lives.This reminds me of a book I ve read before but I can t remember the name, it s also a bit like the plot of that Sophia Loren film Houseboat The children have run off six previous au pairs, in fact the youngest, Patrick, says he s going to call her Nanny Seven because she won t be there long enough for him to learn her name Nine year old Mary is just plain rude and the oldest, Shackleton, is twelve but huge and seems to do nothing but eat The children fight constantly, verbally and physically, the...


  9. says:

    3.5 5 A sweet book with a gorgeous setting as always, but I don t think I ll remember a ton about it in the months to come.


  10. says:

    This one surprised me a bit I thought it would be a quick little summer romance novel with no real plotline, but i was pleasenty surprised This book will speak to anyone who loves books I love how often they quote lines from other great books and Authors The way Jenny is able to make you fall in love with Scotland, with all it s scenery , characters and local quirks shows how lovely a storyteller she is Although it s a romance, I love how she touched on mental health issues in such a sensitive...

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