Maeve Binchy Minding Frankie

ISBN 13: 9780307475497

Minding Frankie

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"One of Binchy's best works. She harmoniously handles a diverse group of characters, the good deeds that characterize life in Ireland are believable, and the ending is sweet. One hopes to find Frankie in one of Binchy's future novels." --Susan Rogers, "Newark Star-Ledger"
"Binchy's world view is a large, benevolent one, and the reader is happier for it . . . bless her big Irish heart." --Laurie Hertzel, Minneapolis "Star-Tribune"
"Maeve Binchy has done it again [with] yet another warm tale of individual growth and human community, [in which] she assembles a large cast of characters and deploys them with her characteristic playfulness . . . Binchy specializes in exploring human foibles without spelling them out in tiresome detail . . . There's a good chance that many readers, like this one, will consider Minding Frankie one of Binchy's best novels yet." --Maude McDaniel, "BookPage
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"Joyful, quintessential Binchy." --Karen Holt, "O, The Oprah Magazine"

Acclaim for Minding Frankie:
"Joyful, quintessential Binchy." --"O, The Oprah Magazine"
"All across America, Maeve Binchy fans will be kicking off their shoes, making a nice cup of tea, and curling up on the couch as they re-enter Binchy's cozy world." --"The Seattle Times"
"In "Minding Frankie" Binchy proves again why she's the master of the intelligent comfort novel." --"The Plain Dealer"
"One of Binchy's best works. She harmoniously handles a diverse group of characters, the good deeds that characterize life in Ireland are believable, and the ending is sweet." --"Newark Star-Ledger"
"A comforting experience. . . . Warmhearted." --"The Denver Post
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"Binchy's worldview is a large, benevolent one, and the reader is happier for it. . . . Bless her big Irish heart." --"Minneapolis Star Tribune
"
"Maeve Binchy has done it again [with] yet another warm tale of individual growth and human community, [in which] she assembles a large cast of characters and deploys them with her characteristic playfulness . . . Binchy specializes in exploring human foibles without spelling them out in tiresome detail . . . There's a good chance that many readers, like this one, will consider "Minding Frankie" one of Binchy's best novels yet." --"BookPage
"
"Solid, reliable, and comforting in its familiarity, delivering to Binchy fans what they have come to expect from her novels. . . . A reminder of the author's savvy ability to deliver what her loyal following has come to expect." --"The Irish Times
"
"Absorbing. . . . Teems with colorful characters whose concerns and connections are depicted with heart and humor. . . . New readers of Binchy will succumb to the appeal of the heartwarming tradition longtime fans love to love." --"The Free-Lance Star" (Fredericksburg, VA)
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Acclaim for Maeve Binchy:
"A remarkably gifted writer and a wonderful student of human nature." --"The New York Times Book Review
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"A modern-day women's writer in the Jane Austen sense." --"Standard-Times "(New Bedford, MA)
"Binchy makes you laugh, cry, and care. Her warmth and sympathy render the daily struggles of ordinary people heroic and turn storytelling into art." --"The San Francisco Chronicle
"
"An author of exceptional grace [with] a wickedly subtle sense of humor and a great deal of kindness." --"The Boston Globe
"
"Maeve Binchy is a benevolent god of a novelist. . . . She can channel Irish voices with the best of them, and each of these voices has its own twisting story to tell. . . . often with verve and humor." --"The Columbus Dispatch
"
"Binchy is a grand storyteller in the finest Irish tradition. [She] has a true gift of creating characters we either know or wish we knew. . . . A perfect escape." --"Cleveland Plain Dealer
"
"Only a curmudgeon could resist this master of cheerful, read-by-fire comfort." --"Kirkus Reviews
"
"Reading one of Maeve Binchy's novels is like coming home." --"The Washington Post"

Acclaim for Minding Frankie:
Joyful, quintessential Binchy. "O, The Oprah Magazine"
All across America, Maeve Binchy fans will be kicking off their shoes, making a nice cup of tea, and curling up on the couch as they re-enter Binchy s cozy world. "The Seattle Times"
In "Minding Frankie" Binchy proves again why she s the master of the intelligent comfort novel. "The Plain Dealer"
One of Binchy s best works. She harmoniously handles a diverse group of characters, the good deeds that characterize life in Ireland are believable, and the ending is sweet. "Newark Star-Ledger"
A comforting experience. . . . Warmhearted. "The Denver Post
"
Binchy s worldview is a large, benevolent one, and the reader is happier for it. . . . Bless her big Irish heart. "Minneapolis Star Tribune
"
Maeve Binchy has done it again [with] yet another warm tale of individual growth and human community, [in which] she assembles a large cast of characters and deploys them with her characteristic playfulness . . . Binchy specializes in exploring human foibles without spelling them out in tiresome detail . . . There s a good chance that many readers, like this one, will consider "Minding Frankie" one of Binchy s best novels yet. "BookPage
"
Solid, reliable, and comforting in its familiarity, delivering to Binchy fans what they have come to expect from her novels. . . . A reminder of the author s savvy ability to deliver what her loyal following has come to expect. "The Irish Times
"
Absorbing. . . . Teems with colorful characters whose concerns and connections are depicted with heart and humor. . . . New readers of Binchy will succumb to the appeal of the heartwarming tradition longtime fans love to love. "The Free-Lance Star" (Fredericksburg, VA)
""
Acclaim for Maeve Binchy:
A remarkably gifted writer and a wonderful student of human nature. "The New York Times Book Review
"
A modern-day women s writer in the Jane Austen sense. "Standard-Times "(New Bedford, MA)
Binchy makes you laugh, cry, and care. Her warmth and sympathy render the daily struggles of ordinary people heroic and turn storytelling into art. "The San Francisco Chronicle
"
An author of exceptional grace [with] a wickedly subtle sense of humor and a great deal of kindness. "The Boston Globe
"
Maeve Binchy is a benevolent god of a novelist. . . . She can channel Irish voices with the best of them, and each of these voices has its own twisting story to tell. . . . often with verve and humor. "The Columbus Dispatch
"
Binchy is a grand storyteller in the finest Irish tradition. [She] has a true gift of creating characters we either know or wish we knew. . . . A perfect escape. "Cleveland Plain Dealer
"
Only a curmudgeon could resist this master of cheerful, read-by-fire comfort. "Kirkus Reviews
"
Reading one of Maeve Binchy s novels is like coming home. "The Washington Post""

Acclaim for Minding Frankie:

Joyful, quintessential Binchy. O, The Oprah Magazine
All across America, Maeve Binchy fans will be kicking off their shoes, making a nice cup of tea, and curling up on the couch as they re-enter Binchy s cozy world. The Seattle Times
In Minding Frankie Binchy proves again why she s the master of the intelligent comfort novel. The Plain Dealer
One of Binchy s best works. She harmoniously handles a diverse group of characters, the good deeds that characterize life in Ireland are believable, and the ending is sweet. Newark Star-Ledger
A comforting experience. . . . Warmhearted. The Denver Post

Binchy s worldview is a large, benevolent one, and the reader is happier for it. . . . Bless her big Irish heart. Minneapolis Star Tribune

Maeve Binchy has done it again [with] yet another warm tale of individual growth and human community, [in which] she assembles a large cast of characters and deploys them with her characteristic playfulness . . . Binchy specializes in exploring human foibles without spelling them out in tiresome detail . . . There s a good chance that many readers, like this one, will consider Minding Frankie one of Binchy s best novels yet. BookPage

Solid, reliable, and comforting in its familiarity, delivering to Binchy fans what they have come to expect from her novels. . . . A reminder of the author s savvy ability to deliver what her loyal following has come to expect. The Irish Times

Absorbing. . . . Teems with colorful characters whose concerns and connections are depicted with heart and humor. . . . New readers of Binchy will succumb to the appeal of the heartwarming tradition longtime fans love to love. The Free-Lance Star (Fredericksburg, VA)

Acclaim for Maeve Binchy:

A remarkably gifted writer and a wonderful student of human nature. The New York Times Book Review

A modern-day women s writer in the Jane Austen sense. Standard-Times (New Bedford, MA)
Binchy makes you laugh, cry, and care. Her warmth and sympathy render the daily struggles of ordinary people heroic and turn storytelling into art. The San Francisco Chronicle

An author of exceptional grace [with] a wickedly subtle sense of humor and a great deal of kindness. The Boston Globe

Maeve Binchy is a benevolent god of a novelist. . . . She can channel Irish voices with the best of them, and each of these voices has its own twisting story to tell. . . . often with verve and humor. The Columbus Dispatch

Binchy is a grand storyteller in the finest Irish tradition. [She] has a true gift of creating characters we either know or wish we knew. . . . A perfect escape. Cleveland Plain Dealer

Only a curmudgeon could resist this master of cheerful, read-by-fire comfort. Kirkus Reviews

Reading one of Maeve Binchy s novels is like coming home. The Washington Post

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Reseña del editor:

New York TimesBestseller
A tale of joy, heartbreak and hope, about a motherless girl collectively raised by a close-knit Dublin community.
When Noel learns that his terminally ill former flame is pregnant with his child, he agrees to take guardianship of the baby girl once she s born. But as a single father battling demons of his own, Noel can t do it alone.
Fortunately, he has a competent, caring network of friends, family and neighbors: Lisa, his unlucky-in-love classmate, who moves in with him to help him care for little Frankie around the clock; his American cousin, Emily, always there with a pep talk; the newly retired Dr. Hat, with more time on his hands than he knows what to do with; Dr. Declan and Fiona and their baby son, Frankie s first friend; and many eager babysitters, including old friends Signora and Aidan and Frankie s doting grandparents, Josie and Charles.
But not everyone is pleased with the unconventional arrangement, especially a nosy social worker, Moira, who is convinced that Frankie would be better off in a foster home. Now it s up to Noel to persuade her that everyone in town has something special to offer when it comes to minding Frankie.
"Joyful, quintessential Binchy." O, The Oprah Magazine

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Buchbeschreibung Random House LCC US Nov 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 186x108x30 mm. Neuware - 495 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780307475497

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