Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

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Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

Night Music: The Sunday Times bestseller full of warmth and heart

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While I didn't like Isabel or Matt - both we're a bit too one-dimensional - the rest of the characters, from Byron to Kitty to the Cousins, seemed more interesting and likeable. I have loved reading most of Jojo Moyes’ previous books but I found this one rather disappointing, quite run of the mill. I don't know what it is, but even though none of the characters were particularly great people, even though I found Isabel and Laura annoying (bad life choices) and thought Matt was a complete psychopath, the story was still great, it still kept me interested. She developed such grit and determination throughout the story, and though it wasn’t the life she had wanted, she learned to take pride in it. Un muzician trăiește pentru muzica sa, iar Isabel Delancy este atât de pasionată de vioară și de muzica ei, încât orice altceva cade pe locul 2.

She doesn’t have enough money to cover these expenses so she needs advise of the wrong man/ her neighbor, local builder Matt who has true vendetta against her because he thinks he deserves to be the real owner of the place with his wife Laura. Night Music' is a story about 'The Spanish House' - recently inherited by newly widowed Isabel and her two children. The main characters are much more of a realistic mixture of traits, and I found Isabel's children particularly likeable. Isabel didn’t really know how to do much of anything other than take care of her own self, so she was a bit dysfunctional when left to her own devices, or being available for her teenage children. My favourite character is undoubtedly Asad, an elderly gay man who truly finds himself and his hidden strength.

So, if you're looking for a book settled in English countryside talking about people fighting over an old mansion, you can give this one a shot. As it is a country book there is some animal hunting which, whilst it doesn't go into minute detail it did still make me uneasy to read it. I find it slightly slower during the narration at the beginning, but then everything speeds up, keeping the reader glued to the pages as always. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.

Violinist Isabel has been recently widowed and been left a whole lot of debt so, being left The Spanish house is the last resort, after their beautiful home in Maida Vale in London. Diesem Buch merkt man an, dass es 2008, also früher als die letzten Bücher von Jojo Moyes, geschrieben wurde.Special thanks to NetGalley and PENGUIN GROUP/ Penguin Books for sharing this digital reviewer copy with me in exchange my honest thoughts. I have to be honest and say this isn’t my favourite from Jojo Moyes work but it’s definitely worth the read.



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