Winter Breaks

Joseph Connolly

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Winter Breaks

Winter Breaks By Joseph Connolly Winter Breaks The cast of Summer Things is reunited for a Christmas party at Elizabeth s World of Interiors home giving the lubricious crew the chance for farcical sexual misunderstandings and couplings The hideou

  • Title: Winter Breaks
  • Author: Joseph Connolly
  • ISBN: 9780571203710
  • Page: 153
  • Format: None
  • Winter Breaks By Joseph Connolly The cast of Summer Things is reunited for a Christmas party at Elizabeth s World of Interiors home, giving the lubricious crew the chance for farcical sexual misunderstandings and couplings The hideous lothario, Miles McInerney, courts his richly deserved fate.
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    1. Cliff on said:

      The Good Reads blurbr, for once, doesn t really give a good idea of the narrative of this book Yes, the denoument takes place at Elizabeth Street s Christmas party, but a lot happens before then We meet in great detail Cyril and Edna who towards the end of the Summer book had brought Brian and Dotty s house We are also introduced to Elizabeth s mother who is as batty as the rest of the characters Before the party Norman continues to pester Katie, Melody pesters Miles who pesters Katie who is sti [...]

    2. Andrea on said:

      I really enjoyed the writing style all stream of consciousness without the Hunter S Thompson or Jack Kerouac mania.It was perhaps a touch unbelievable, although I ve never been a suburban housewife in England, so maybe all that infidelity, bisexuality, and sexual promiscuity and small worldness is completely plausible.

    3. Peter Jordan on said:

      Continuing the saga of the rather unlikeable family and friends of Elizabeth and Howard In some ways I d like to know even about them, but most of the story lines got resolved quite neatly I found some of the descriptive passages were tedious.

    4. Terry on said:

      A pretty straightforward follow up to the previous summer book It was okay but none of the characters moved on from the last book Disappointing really No doubt Mr Connolly will just continue on this theme.

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