Reader's Digest Select Editions 2010 - The Chosen One, Mr Rosenblum's List, Nowhere To Run, Safe Haven

Reader's Digest Select Editions 2010 - The Chosen One, Mr Rosenblum's List, Nowhere To Run, Safe Haven

Reader's Digest Association Natasha Solomons C.J. Box Nicholas Sparks Sam Bourne / Apr 03, 2020

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  • Title: Reader's Digest Select Editions 2010 - The Chosen One, Mr Rosenblum's List, Nowhere To Run, Safe Haven
  • Author: Reader's Digest Association Natasha Solomons C.J. Box Nicholas Sparks Sam Bourne
  • ISBN: 9780276446689
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Mr Rosenblum's List by Natasha Solomons book review by CarinyaAnyone who loves whimsical, poignant, humorous tales will adore this portrayal of the unforgettable Mr Jack Rosenblum as he strives to make himself more english than the english. He is a lovable, single minded character, full of love and naive trust. He is subject to the most bitter disappointments, the most treacherous of betrayals but finds love, loyalty and fulfillment eventually.His aim is to build a golf course in the English cou [...]


    2. Of the trio I've only read 'Mr Rosemblum's List' but it's not available as a stand-along option here. I've started using a book exchange at my local station and this was a random book I picked up. It was good, very well told! Telling the story of a post-WW2 emigrant obsessed with English habits and particularly golf courses, it was a humorously poignant tale that was indeed random. Characterisation of the protagonist and his wife were strong, and her diasporic nostalgia for ways that no longer w [...]


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