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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 6 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1441844929
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441844927
  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 13.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 249 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,990,259 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Maddy'smom on Oct. 6 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is the 2nd book I've read by Hannah and I am hooked! I love this book. I also went through a divorce and really sympathized with the character Annie. Shows how women gain strength after a terrible time in their life. You will laugh and cry but this book is a MUST read! Enjoy! Also Between Sisters is another GREAT book by Hannah! This is my new favorite author.
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By Rima Mtl on Oct. 23 2012
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I loved this book. I fell in love with the characters, the setting, the story. I couldn't put it down. It was a tough read at times and I cried a couple of times. The Author does an amazing job at putting you at the epicenter of the emotion. Great great read for anyone who is going though a tough time - it's great to see how Annie (main character) is so fragile at the beginning and in the end, is stronger than ever.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susie Rigsby on Nov. 13 2003
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On 11/11, I endured the funeral of a very dear friend. As I approached the church, I noticed the sun breaking through the clouds, beaming down rays of light to shine down on the building where she lay inside, awaiting the eulogy to be given for her final goodbye. I thought my heart would break and I would never stop crying, even though I finally did. After the funeral, I stopped by my favorite bookstore and purchased four novels, two of which were written by Kristin Hannah. That evening, I made the mistake of starting to read ON MYSTIC LAKE. Because my eyelids were still swollen from the many tears I'd cried at the funeral and during the day, and my eyeballs felt like sandpaper was swiping over them every time I blinked, I thought it best to put the book down and finish reading it later. The next morning I found myself picking the novel up again. After I started to read. I couldn't stop until I'd read the rest of story, nor did I stop crying. I have to believe that Kristin Hannah has the finest talent to write the sweetest of love stories that I've ever had the pleasure to read in this novel. I have another one of her novels, but I don't dare start it right away. I need a break from the tears. KH had no trouble from the very beginning to capture of my attention. I felt every moment of Annie's heartache, as the description of the author's plot and characters was most excellent. If you want a genuine, heartfelt/heartbreaking/happy-ending love story, do this one. Just make sure you have a box of Kleen-x sitting close by. You'll need it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "nu2htown" on June 23 2003
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For those of us that don't want anything to trivial, but just wants to get lost in a book. This is it (or anything written by Hannah). I love the settings, California and Washington are so vividly described. It starts with the main character, Annie going through some life changes, then finding herself, and finally letting everyone else know who she is. It is a great book if you've ever started your life over, or ever wanted to. This book shows a womans real strength, even if you don't think you have it in you, you probably do.
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By DAWN BARKER on May 22 2003
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If you have necer read a book by her and like Lavryle Spencer please do yourself a favor and read this, or any of her others. I have just recently started reading her work and I am devouring every one of her books I can get my hands on. Her insight into her characters emotions is insightful. They are so real, so you want to remember them forever. So let's get together again sometime kind of people. I cannot praise this book enough. Some authors are like that, I don't bother to read the backs anymore I just buy the new ones when they come out. Like Sandra Brown and Judith McNaught Kristin Hannah never fails to take you somewhere else and make you wish you could just stay there.
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By TJ's Mommy on Dec 31 2002
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Kristin Hannah has done it again. She is a master of taking the reader to beautiful places with interesting and often complex characters. Annie returns home to Mystic Lake after her husband of 20 years tells her that he wants a divorce because he's in love with another woman. Annie is a nurturer and is always there to take care of others, but in the meantime she has lost herself. During her stay in Mystic Lake she comes to know true love, finds out about herself, and helps a little girl who has lost her mommy understand that "it's going to be okay." The little girl, Izzy, will capture your heart and make you laugh and cry. Hannah keeps you waiting until the bitter end...the last few pages...to see how things tie up and if the ending will be happy. This book will not disappoint you.
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By A Customer on Aug. 22 2002
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My Grandmother loaned me this book and as soon as I started it I couldn't put it down. It took only 5 days to read it and for me thats fast. I passed it on to my best friend and she lved it as well. Its a mist read.
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This book begins when Annie and Blake Colwater take their daughter to the airport. The teenager plans to spend several months studying in London. On the drive home, Blake surprises Annie by asking for a divorce. Annie is shocked and totally falls apart. She leaves California and retreats to her hometown of Mystic, Washington. In Mystic, she meets up with her old boyfriend Nick, and immediately rekindles a romance. Nick has problems of his own and is haunted by his wife's death. Izzie, his six year old daughter is so upset by the loss of her mother that she no longer has the ability to speak. There are several different subplots going on and the author manages to juggle them quite well. The dilemma of the child Izzie was by far the most interesting and creative part of the book.
In a lot of ways this was quite an ambitious story, and Kristin Hannah gave an excellent account of the emotions that her characters experienced. She also wrote beautiful descriptive passages about the beauty of the Olympic Peninsula. However, Annie the main character was a little frustrating to read about. She was just too perfect. She's attractive, smart, thin, rich. talented, a great mother and a really nice person! Wow! I also had a difficult time believing that a wife would not have a clue to the fact that the man she was married to for 20 years had consistently been unfaithful to her for ages. Come on Annie, a man can't be working late every night! Perhaps that was Annie's flaw, she was so wrapped up in her daughter and in creating a perfect home that she ignored the signs of a husband who had little loyalty or real interest in his family.
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