No One Could Have Guessed the Weather

No One Could Have Guessed the Weather

Book - 2013
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Forced to give up her posh life and move to a tiny Manhattan apartment when her husband loses his job, Lucy unexpectedly falls in love with her new home and forges close friendships with three women who are also struggling with the disparities between the ambitions of their youth and middle age.
Publisher: New York : Amy Einhorn Books/Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons a member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc., 2013
ISBN: 9780399160219
Branch Call Number: FICTION Cas
Description: 275 pages ; 22 cm


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Apr 18, 2019

4 stars! Quite enjoyed this charming read. Character sketches in style similar to Maeve Binchey and Miss Read. We see that urban living can encompass the charm of village life.

robhoma Jun 30, 2014

(King's Bay Book Selection: 5-19-2014). Robyn Skinner was the easiest character to relate to, but the most disagreeable of the lot. I will say here that this book was better the second time through, but that's not saying much as it was a chore to read the first time.

athompson10 Apr 02, 2014

What a slog to get through. I was lured in by the comparison on the jacket to "Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing", but this had none of the wit, humor or insight of that book. The four main characters were so indistinct, I kept mixing them up in my mind, and all were unsympathetic.

anitafournier Jun 26, 2013

The most tedious boring novel EVER! I tried to give it a chance and got 1/2 way through and gave up. Didn't care one iota about the self-indulgent characters in this novel. Ugh!


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