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Afatal grace three pines mysteries, no. 2 - A Fatal Grace: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel: Louise.


The first book or 2 I read of Louise Penny’s seemed enjoyable enough. As I have twice tried to read a couple more, I cannot stand the sarcasm. I’m not sure what she has against God and religious denominations, but she sure is cynical. I don’t really care for her vulgar humor either. Guess she will be struck from my list of authors to follow.
Disappointed!

Louise Penny books are always a pleasure to read, pure enjoyment! I've read many books in this series but not in order. This is apparently book #2 but reading out of order was not been an issue. Love the characters, descriptions of food, poetry, intrigue, plot, twists. investigation.... I'd move to 3 Pine in a heartbeat except for the increased chance of getting knocked off :)

I saw a TV interview with Louise Penny and thought I'd give her books a try. I am reading the 3rd one and am enjoying them. Not over the top excellent writing, but intriguing story lines. I described it to a relative as sort of 'Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys' for adults.

Where to begin with all the richness that A FATAL GRACE gave me. Reading it, I wondered how I had lived so long without discovering the work of Louise Penny, a first-rate writer. Her creation in this book is so real, her writing so lyrical, her characters so unique and the book's structure and meaning so complex that I began mumbling to myself, taking my sweet time reading the book in order to savor its mix of flavors, its innuendoes and subtleties, having at times to stop and scratch my head. I

Where to begin with all the richness that A FATAL GRACE gave me. Reading it, I wondered how I had lived so long without discovering the work of Louise Penny, a first-rate writer. Her creation in this book is so real, her writing so lyrical, her characters so unique and the book's structure and meaning so complex that I began mumbling to myself, taking my sweet time reading the book in order to savor its mix of flavors, its innuendoes and subtleties, having at times to stop and scratch my head. It hurts me sometimes to have to hunt for meaning, but in this case the reward was worth the pain.

The characters are memorable. I especially liked chief inspector Armand Gamache and his wife Reine-Marie and I loved the painter, Carol, her fragility and her luminous works; the enigmatic figure, Agent Nichol and the bag lady, Elle, and I could hear with Emilie's ears Tchaikovsky's violin concerto in D. I loved Ruth, the drunken and slovenly poet who at one point declares she committed the crime, a total hoot. And of course, the setting, Three Pines, a quaint, snowy village in the Quebec province of the author's imagination.

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The first book or 2 I read of Louise Penny’s seemed enjoyable enough. As I have twice tried to read a couple more, I cannot stand the sarcasm. I’m not sure what she has against God and religious denominations, but she sure is cynical. I don’t really care for her vulgar humor either. Guess she will be struck from my list of authors to follow.
Disappointed!

Louise Penny books are always a pleasure to read, pure enjoyment! I've read many books in this series but not in order. This is apparently book #2 but reading out of order was not been an issue. Love the characters, descriptions of food, poetry, intrigue, plot, twists. investigation.... I'd move to 3 Pine in a heartbeat except for the increased chance of getting knocked off :)

I saw a TV interview with Louise Penny and thought I'd give her books a try. I am reading the 3rd one and am enjoying them. Not over the top excellent writing, but intriguing story lines. I described it to a relative as sort of 'Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys' for adults.

Where to begin with all the richness that A FATAL GRACE gave me. Reading it, I wondered how I had lived so long without discovering the work of Louise Penny, a first-rate writer. Her creation in this book is so real, her writing so lyrical, her characters so unique and the book's structure and meaning so complex that I began mumbling to myself, taking my sweet time reading the book in order to savor its mix of flavors, its innuendoes and subtleties, having at times to stop and scratch my head. I

Where to begin with all the richness that A FATAL GRACE gave me. Reading it, I wondered how I had lived so long without discovering the work of Louise Penny, a first-rate writer. Her creation in this book is so real, her writing so lyrical, her characters so unique and the book's structure and meaning so complex that I began mumbling to myself, taking my sweet time reading the book in order to savor its mix of flavors, its innuendoes and subtleties, having at times to stop and scratch my head. It hurts me sometimes to have to hunt for meaning, but in this case the reward was worth the pain.

The characters are memorable. I especially liked chief inspector Armand Gamache and his wife Reine-Marie and I loved the painter, Carol, her fragility and her luminous works; the enigmatic figure, Agent Nichol and the bag lady, Elle, and I could hear with Emilie's ears Tchaikovsky's violin concerto in D. I loved Ruth, the drunken and slovenly poet who at one point declares she committed the crime, a total hoot. And of course, the setting, Three Pines, a quaint, snowy village in the Quebec province of the author's imagination.

The first book or 2 I read of Louise Penny’s seemed enjoyable enough. As I have twice tried to read a couple more, I cannot stand the sarcasm. I’m not sure what she has against God and religious denominations, but she sure is cynical. I don’t really care for her vulgar humor either. Guess she will be struck from my list of authors to follow.
Disappointed!

Louise Penny books are always a pleasure to read, pure enjoyment! I've read many books in this series but not in order. This is apparently book #2 but reading out of order was not been an issue. Love the characters, descriptions of food, poetry, intrigue, plot, twists. investigation.... I'd move to 3 Pine in a heartbeat except for the increased chance of getting knocked off :)

I saw a TV interview with Louise Penny and thought I'd give her books a try. I am reading the 3rd one and am enjoying them. Not over the top excellent writing, but intriguing story lines. I described it to a relative as sort of 'Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys' for adults.

Where to begin with all the richness that A FATAL GRACE gave me. Reading it, I wondered how I had lived so long without discovering the work of Louise Penny, a first-rate writer. Her creation in this book is so real, her writing so lyrical, her characters so unique and the book's structure and meaning so complex that I began mumbling to myself, taking my sweet time reading the book in order to savor its mix of flavors, its innuendoes and subtleties, having at times to stop and scratch my head. I

Where to begin with all the richness that A FATAL GRACE gave me. Reading it, I wondered how I had lived so long without discovering the work of Louise Penny, a first-rate writer. Her creation in this book is so real, her writing so lyrical, her characters so unique and the book's structure and meaning so complex that I began mumbling to myself, taking my sweet time reading the book in order to savor its mix of flavors, its innuendoes and subtleties, having at times to stop and scratch my head. It hurts me sometimes to have to hunt for meaning, but in this case the reward was worth the pain.

The characters are memorable. I especially liked chief inspector Armand Gamache and his wife Reine-Marie and I loved the painter, Carol, her fragility and her luminous works; the enigmatic figure, Agent Nichol and the bag lady, Elle, and I could hear with Emilie's ears Tchaikovsky's violin concerto in D. I loved Ruth, the drunken and slovenly poet who at one point declares she committed the crime, a total hoot. And of course, the setting, Three Pines, a quaint, snowy village in the Quebec province of the author's imagination.

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When will my order arrive?

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The first book or 2 I read of Louise Penny’s seemed enjoyable enough. As I have twice tried to read a couple more, I cannot stand the sarcasm. I’m not sure what she has against God and religious denominations, but she sure is cynical. I don’t really care for her vulgar humor either. Guess she will be struck from my list of authors to follow.
Disappointed!

Louise Penny books are always a pleasure to read, pure enjoyment! I've read many books in this series but not in order. This is apparently book #2 but reading out of order was not been an issue. Love the characters, descriptions of food, poetry, intrigue, plot, twists. investigation.... I'd move to 3 Pine in a heartbeat except for the increased chance of getting knocked off :)

I saw a TV interview with Louise Penny and thought I'd give her books a try. I am reading the 3rd one and am enjoying them. Not over the top excellent writing, but intriguing story lines. I described it to a relative as sort of 'Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys' for adults.




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