BEST AZW "¿ Are You My Mother?" || READ (E-Book) ✓ #2020

  • Title: Are You My Mother?
  • Author: Louise Voss
  • ISBN: 9780552999038
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback

  • Are You My Mother? By Louise Voss From the age of nineteen, Emma Victor has had to bring up her much younger sister Stella It has shaped both their lives Now Stella is almost grown up, and Emma s nurturing instincts extend to her work as an aromatherapist, and inform her relationship with the unreliable but irresistible Gavin But something is missing, and Emma has to confront her deepest need a need sFrom the age of nineteen, Emma Victor has had to bring up her much younger sister Stella It has shaped both their lives Now Stella is almost grown up, and Emma s nurturing instincts extend to her work as an aromatherapist, and inform her relationship with the unreliable but irresistible Gavin But something is missing, and Emma has to confront her deepest need a need she s been denying for years and embark on a search for her birth mother ARE YOU MY MOTHER chronicles Emma s search for her birth mother and for a sense of her own place in the world in this compelling, funny and profoundly moving novel about love, identity and the need to belong.
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    Are You My Mother? By Louise Voss


    This book has been a very pleasant surprise I love it and each time I read of it It s like opening a gift and finding it has lots of different parts that all go together beautifully It s so up to date and current LOVED IT.

    I have been reading a new updated version of this book which is due to be republished by the author Louise Voss and I wasn t disappointed The story follows Emma who at the yoing age of 19 had to grow up very quickly after her parents were killed in a car accident Emma not only had to look after herself, she had the sole responsibility for her 9year old sister Stella Times were tough but one thing always niggled away at Emmas conscience and that was the fact she was adopted 10 years passed Stella [...]

    This was a predictable read about searching for her birthmother She went about it in the wrong way, but I guess everyone starts their search and then turns for help I felt the search was unrealistic and there was trauma in the story that was glossed over in an attempt to keep everything shiney happy.There was a lot of British terminology that caused me to reflect on what the American version would be.I m glad it was a freebie for the Kindle because I know I would not pay for this book had I foun [...]

    Tracy Fenton
    I have been lucky enough to receive an updated version of this book by the author for an honest review This is a book covering the topic of adoption and a young woman s journey to find her birth mother Full of humour and emotion and love it was an enjoyable book.

    Brian Baker
    Being male and middle aged I m sure I m in completely the wrong demographic for this fluffy chick lit version of the adoptee searching for their roots narrative, but being adopted myself I can t get enough of these tales.The heroine s quest begins when she has an encounter with a lost homeless man on London s Underground which took me back to reading Orwells Down and Out in Paris and London when I was a youngster and being alarmed how easily I identified with the hopeless state of the characters [...]

    Lynda Kelly
    Not what I expected from this author in the least I ploughed on till I had managed 30% but that was it for me I ve read a few of her collaborative books with Mark Edwards and they re great but I wasn t enjoying this at all I was aware it wasn t going to be a thriller like those but the writing and mistakes in this drove me nuts I ve also bought another by her alone which I wouldn t have done off the back of this oneI didn t like Stella she was a selfcentred little cow and Emma got on my nerves a [...]

    Victoria Goldman
    Are You My Mother was originally published in 2011 It has now been republished and updated by the author, Louise Voss.Emma was adopted as a baby and had a very happy upbringing When she was nine, her adoptive parents had a baby of their own Emma loved nothing than reading to her little sister Stella, especially a book called Are You My Mother about a lost little baby bird But tragedy struck 10 years later, as her adoptive parents were killed in a car accident, leaving 19 year old Emma to bring [...]

    Alexina Golding
    I received an ARC from The Book Club, this is a re release with updates to modernise the book, due to the advancement of internet etcI have read Louise s books with her writing partner, but this is the first one of hers I have read by herself and a different genre to the style of writing she has now I really enjoyed this book, and found it a good read, the subject of adoption was handled well, and with the way that she was looking for her mother It tied in beautifully with a children s book The [...]

    At the young age of 19 Emma s adoptive parents die and she is left to bring up her little sister , Stella Putting everything on hold Emma might as well have become a mother herself.Previously she had begun a tentative search for her birth mum and given it up as life got in the way Following a chance meeting on a train with a homeless man and Stella now old enough to live her own life ,prompts her into beginning her search in earnest Helped by her film making friend Mack she tracks down all the p [...]

    Janet Chapman
    Another whimsical buy for me, during gaps in my favourite authors releases Hit a chord with me due to the subject matter Made me laugh and cry in equal measure Being adopted myself but without the desperate need to find anything I thought that this story might throw some light on why some adopted kids go hunting for their birth mothers It did and it didn teither way it is an enjoyable read and I even then went out an bought the other books by Ms Voss Nothing matches this book, but I do think it [...]

    A grerat book Having tried to read another of Louise Voss s books and found it too dark for me, I was really glad to discover that Her earlier books are not so dark Another adoption book, but deftly handled I really liked the interplay between Emma and Stella, two sisters who lose their parents in a car accident when they are 19 and 9 Emma goes hunting for her birth mother and the story unfolds The writing drew me in so much I forgot it was a novel it felt so real Great characters and storyline [...]

    Julie Bye
    When I started reading this I thought it was ok But as I continued, it really picked up It is written with subtle humour not laugh aloud and you gradually grow to like a character that initially seems pitiful but not lovable As her own belief in herself grows so does the reader s The book is not a difficult read and takes a number of unexpected turns which show you never know what you ll find until you look.

    Victoria Sandison
    I m still not entirely sure what I think I found it hard to get into, and never quite believed in the characters I think I read to the end because I wanted to know how the story turned out, rather than because I was enjoying it It was well written, for sure, but pretty cheesy in places If I could have, I would have given it 2.5 stars.

    Catherine Fagan
    I received this from THE book club in exchange for an honest review, and I loved it.Its so beautifully written with wonderfully developed characters I found the theme of adoption really gripping, and although I ve no personal experience, the emotions rang true for me I laughed, I cried, and lost a lot of sleep reading it Although not my preferred genre I loved it and would recommend.

    I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This is the first book I have ready by Louise Voss and I loved it.It s the story of an adopted woman finding herself At times heartbreaking, at times uplifting but always captivating I was completely carried away by this book and will definitely be reading by Louise.

    I thoroughly, utterly and completely loved this book Mystery and suspense, travelling on the journey with the lead character, and then the unexpected ending Well written, well structured, interesting characters with interesting stories and substories Thoroughly enjoyable

    Aletha Annema
    Een leuk boek alleen naar het einde toe kabbelde het voor mij iets teveel door Op een bepaald moment ben je voorbij de point of no return en wil je het ook uitlezen maar eigenlijk was ik er al eerder klaar voor

    marilyn mellor
    Good read with unexpected twists I haven t read Louise Voss before but will definitely be reading The relationship between the two sisters works really well and you feel empathy with both.

    Sue King
    One of those books you just have to finishBUT just did not meet my expectations.

    Couldn t get into this book Story started entirely too slow.

    Enjoyable standard chick lit with an adoption twist

    Steven P Horvath
    Engaging At first I wasn t sure where the book was going but it drew me in and then I couldn t put it down.

    Enjoyable story with plenty of sad moments about an adopted woman s search for her birth mother.Strong believable characters though some of the situations were not entirely realistic.

    Jolieg G
    Gelezen in het Nederlands ben jij mijn moeder Een aardig boek om even tussen door te lezen.

    This book was an easy, connective read that I thoroughly enjoyed.


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