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[Reading] ➽ The Red Garden By Alice Hoffman – Women1.pro The Red Garden introduces us to the luminous and haunting world of Blackwell Massachusetts capturing the unexpected turns in its history and in our own lives In exuisite prose Hoffman offers a transfoThe Red Garden introduces us to the luminous and haunting world of Blackwell Massachusetts capturing the unexpected turns in its history and in our own lives In exuisite prose Hoffman offers a transforming glimpse of small town America presenting us with some three hundred years of passion dark secrets loyalty and redemption in a web of tales where characters' lives are inter.

Twined by fate and by their own actionsFrom the town's founder a brave young woman from England who has no fear of blizzards or bears to the young man who runs away to New York City with only his dog for company the characters in The Red Garden are extraordinary and vivid a young wounded Civil War soldier who is saved by a passionate neighbor a woman who meets a fiercely huma.

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MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ Alice Hoffman is the author of than thirty works of fiction including The World That We Knew The Rules of Magic The Marriage of Opposites Practical Magic The Red Garden the Oprah’s Book Club selection Here on Earth The Museum of Extraordinary Things and The Dovekeepers Her most recent novel is The World That We Knew She lives near Boston

garden kindle The Red mobile The Red Garden MOBITwined by fate and by their own actionsFrom the town's founder a brave young woman from England who has no fear of blizzards or bears to the young man who runs away to New York City with only his dog for company the characters in The Red Garden are extraordinary and vivid a young wounded Civil War soldier who is saved by a passionate neighbor a woman who meets a fiercely huma.

10 thoughts on “The Red Garden

  1. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIHoffman is in familiar magical turf in this collection of charming and engaging if not always happy stories The unifying core is the history of a town from founding as Bearsville which includes a very significant nod to Romulus and Remus to present Blackwell MA and particularly with a special garden behind the founder’s house the Red Garden of the title It has some lightly magical properties There are mythical figures


  2. Darth J Darth J says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIDNF page 106I tried guys I really did But at just over 100 pages the story still didn’t grab me Which is a shame because I’ve read some really thoughtful reviews of this book that made me interested in the first place The thing was that I found this just to be too rambly and depressing not to mention that the story still wasn’t going anywhere at nearly 40% inHonestly there are only so many animal and child deaths I can read about in a book before I put it down I get that it’s a part of frontier life but come on Alice Hoffman It just seemed like each chapter was littered with some kind of tragedy to an innocentThen Johnny Appleseed just rolls through town and plants than just apple seedsSorry I know people see


  3. PorshaJo PorshaJo says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBII'm new to Alice Hoffman and starting out with her lesser known books This was the perfect book to read early on It's a series of linked short stories taking place in the town of Blackwell Massachusetts over a span of 300 years A few of the stories were so fascinating I wanted to hear From only a few of Hoffman's books I can see the magical realism is strong which I love I'm not sure why but when I listen tor


  4. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIWriters have this hankering to create fictional landscapes and populate them with characters who cut across narratives Maruez's Macondo Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha County and Hardy's Wessex are example


  5. Michele Michele says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIWhile I enjoyed each individual story the 2 star rating comes mostly from the frustration I had due to the fact that the stories were just far apart enough in time and with just similar enough names given names as well as surnames that I was never sure who was related to whom and what the lineage was Two things that could have helped with this would have been a to make the stories just a bit closer in time historically or b to provide a family tree chart at the front of the book Or both As i


  6. Lisa Lisa says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIWhat another joy it was to read The Red Garden by Alice Hoffman its only short 270 pages but again she takes on a magical journey of the descendants of Blackwell Massachusetts it was formally known as Bears Ville for the obvious reasons Miss Hoffman opens up with 4 families who risk all in the co


  7. Jen Jen says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIDue to my busy schedule I often read right before I go to bed So for me the mark of a good book is one that I pick up about half an hour before bedtime and refuse to put down until my eyes are absolutely closing with fatigue Th


  8. Jeannine Jeannine says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIMost reviews of The Red Garden see it as a series of linked stories covering the history of small Blackwell MA aka Bearville from its founding in 1750 to almost the present day 1990s I began reading the book this way but it started to feel repetitious The stories are too tenuously connected to be read as a novel like series of linked stories The sister of a character in one story may appear on the fringes of the next but the significance is hard to findI enjoyed the book as I began to read it as a piece of experimental fiction a Tarot deck of about a dozen characters—human or n


  9. Cori Cori says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIMy low rating of this book probably stems from having just read Jhumpa Lahiri’s beautiful and haunting short stories The Red Garden is also broken into stories connected through a town’s lineage with characters appearing at different ages in different stories For some reason I could not connect with this book at all While her writing style was appealing and easy to listen to the plot and characters felt distant and a little forced I had a hard time wrapping my brain around some of the connections in the stories and spent too much time pondering for example who Kate was and where she appeared in previous stories This being an audio book I couldn’t flip backward and find out and I ended up missing bits and pieces of the story I was currently listening to I found that frustrating but I don’t think it


  10. Evelina | AvalinahsBooks Evelina | AvalinahsBooks says:

    MOBI Alice Hoffman Õ The Red Garden Kindle ✓ The Red eBook ↠ Õ garden kindle, The Red mobile, The Red Garden MOBIDid not finish DNF 17%It's always so sad to DNF a book by one of your favorite authors But I just couldn't get into this one at all I've been trying to make myself read it since July and it's October Let's face it it's just not working outI think the reason I couldn't get into it is the same reason I find it hard to read short stories I get used to the character and bam they're gone This was just like that Okay so maybe she does weave a bigger tale about the whole town through the characters but I'm not okay with 5% of the book per character and the


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