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Willing Spirits

Willing Spirits A novel Jodi Picoult calls beautifully written full of witd heart from the author of The Sinner s Guide to Confession Both teachers in their forties Jane Hoffman and Gwen Baker have a friendship th

  • Title: Willing Spirits
  • Author: Phyllis Schieber
  • ISBN: 9780425225851
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • A novel Jodi Picoult calls beautifully written, full of witd heart, from the author of The Sinner s Guide to Confession Both teachers in their forties, Jane Hoffman and Gwen Baker have a friendship that has helped them endure It was Jane who looked after Gwen when her husband left her with two young sons to raise And when Jane comes home one day unexpectedly andA novel Jodi Picoult calls beautifully written, full of witd heart, from the author of The Sinner s Guide to Confession Both teachers in their forties, Jane Hoffman and Gwen Baker have a friendship that has helped them endure It was Jane who looked after Gwen when her husband left her with two young sons to raise And when Jane comes home one day unexpectedly and finds her husband in a shameless act of betrayal, she turns to Gwen for support Now, tested by additional personal crises, Jane and Gwen face new challenges as mothers, as daughters, as women And in the process, they will learn unexpected truths about their friendship and themselves.

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    1 thought on “Willing Spirits

    1. So far this is a nice chick book - for more mature chicks. Perhaps the proper terminology would be hens :-) Update after completion - wow. I am still not sure which character I can identify with more. There were elements that were soothing and other elements that made me reflect and go "hmmmmm". I know that I overanalyze sometimes (ha) and this book does a good job of analyzing relationships and why, despite glitches and serious flaws, we still let certain people in

    2. Eh, it was ok. I mean I guess it's a book geared toward an older more experienced woman. I mean a woman that's been through way more than any 30 yr. old (myself). The part about friendship and how much you share with a woman I could completely relate to. There is just something about that friendship you have with a woman, that person you call a sister that is like no other and could never compare to a relationship you have with a man. But the other stuff that was happening in the book was defini [...]

    3. Couldn't put this down. Gwen had a failed marriaged thT produced 2 boys. Their grown now and she's currently seeing a married man who reveals he's left his wife. Jane married a man she never was really in love with but he wasn't interested in her sister and that was good enough for her. Thy had a daughter and Jane and Gwen were neighbors that developed a great friendship. Their kids are grown and one day Jane walks in on her husband having sex with a. Former student of his. At that moment Jane d [...]

    4. The author truly defines how special a woman's best friend is and what WILLING SPIRITS we become. This book is good for the heart, mind and souls of all women who read it. Each and every woman will see something of themselves and will take something positive away after reading it.

    5. I was not wanting more and fine with the book ending. I am sure there is some great message I could take from it about relationships - but did not really attach to anything! Not a terrible read - it occupied some down time.

    6. This book is about the friendship between two women. The stories also involve their children, husbands, and other love interests. It was an ok read, but I did find myself annoyed at some of their life's decisions.

    7. I found it to be slow moving. Although the relationship between the two women friends was well portrayed as caring and deep, I felt as though their other relationships were shallow. Not my favorite book.

    8. Loved this book. It made me think of my own friendships and how much they mean to me. You know who you are!!

    9. Somewhat forgettable story about the friendship between two women, teachers in their forties and the trials with their children, mothers and the men in their lives.

    10. Life doesn't always turn out the way you expect that it will--embracing the uncertainty instead of trying to escape is key.

    11. Just finishing this one - Its a really enjoyable read - so dead on about friendship and closeness of two women.

    12. A classic chick book about two friends whose marriages and lives weren't quite what they expected, but the close friendship the women share sustains them through the rough times. Enjoyable.

    13. Just started reading this and it already had enough twists for an entire novel. Love it. Seems to be a good choice.

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