Wednesday, October 17, 2012
"Waiting On" Wednesday: The Carriage House
This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:
The Carriage House
Publication Date: March 5
After suffering a stroke, patriarch William Adair wakes up in his hospital bed and realizes that his family has changed: they are less extraordinary than he had remembered. For more than 30 years, his faith in life was grounded on two indisputable principles: his three daughters’ exceptional beauty and talents and the historical resonance of a carriage house built by his grandfather. Now, both have begun to collapse.
The carriage house, held captive by a neighbor since a zoning error classified it as her property, has decayed beyond recognition and risks being condemned. William’s daughters—all tennis champions in their youth—are in decline. Having lost their father’s pride, the three sisters struggle to define themselves.
William’s ailing wife is suffering from dementia. As she forgets her daughters, they forget themselves.
To help him recover, William’s daughters take on the battle for the carriage house that once stood as a symbol of their place in the world. Overcoming misunderstandings, betrayals, and wrong turns deep in the past, each of the Adairs ultimately finds a new place of forgiveness and love.
What's your "waiting on" pick this week?
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This sounds like a great read!
Dementia is such a horrible disease to live with. I can't even imagine what the families go through. This sounds like such a sad book. Hope it has its high moments though.
Giselle @ Book Nerd Canada
Waiting on Wednesday
I hadn't heard of this before so thank you for spotlighting it! ^.^ If you would like to check out my Waiting On Wednesday you can do so here. :)
Very interesting pick. The Carriage House sounds quite intriguing.
This book sounds heart-wrenching, but like a great read! Thanks for sharing!
Messed up on my first link btw, sorry about that. Not sure if it can be removed somehow. =/
Wow. This sounds incredibly tragic, and powerful. Not if I could read it (it'd make me too sad) but I hope you enjoy it!
Sarcasm & Lemons
Interesting pick! here is my WoW - Dark City by Elizabeth Richards
Awesome pick. Sounds like a real family coming together type of book. I will have to check it out. =] Here is My WoW
Michael @ The Bookshelf Review
This sounds like a riveting family drama. I like the fact that there aren't any 'deep, dark secrets' mentioned in the summary (though I'm sure there are some). Somehow the mention always turns me off.
This sounds like an emotional read. Dementia in a mate would be so heartbreaking. Great pick Jill. :)
Wow, this sounds like a really compelling, tragic story! Nice pick! :)
Shauna @ thesisterstale
This sounds sad but also I am very intrigued to read this book. Thanks for sharing I have not heard of this book.
I haven't heard of this book but it sounds good.
Thanks for sharing!
I haven't heard of this book, but the concept sounds interesting. I'd hate it if I woke up one day and part of my memory was gone.
This one sounds really good!
Interesting choice. It sounds like it might be an emotional read.
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Hmmm very interesting pick! Happy Wednesday :)
This book sounds like it will be quite the experience. I am certain there will be tears. Thanks for sharing.
The Carriage House sounds really good. I can't imagine being 'away' for thirty years and then regaining consciousness, let alone waking up to find that your loved ones and your home aren't doing well.
It took me a little while to figure out the cover, but I finally did. The book sounds great!
Sounds like an interesting read. Thanks for sharing!
Wow, this sounds different. Can't believe how they all deal with this ;)
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Happy Wednesday :D
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Sounds like a great read. I'm adding it to my TBR list. Here's my WOW
Wow, what an interesting choice this week! This looks like an intense and emotional read. I'd probably be crying my eyes out the whole time! Thanks for sharing & hope you enjoy this when it comes out :)
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Micheline @ Lunar Rainbows
This sounds like it will be quite an emotional book. Thanks for sharing.
This could be interesting, but not something I would typically pick. Thanks for sharing.
Sounds like such an interesting read!
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Wow, this sounds like a good read. If you'd like to check out my WoW, you can do so here.
This sounds like a really intense and intriguing read. Thanks for sharing!
Wendy @ Escape Into Fiction
Interesting pick! Dementia can be so hard on a family.
Sounds like an amazing book. I love carriage houses, and I love books that sort of follow the decay of architecture...
-Tiff @ Mostly YA Lit
Wow this sounds like it's going to be a sad read, I hope that everything works out though...
Interesting pick. Sounds like a great read :)
Rose @ The Book List
Sounds very intense!! And also sad.
This one sounds like it could be really emotional and powerful. Great pick!
Vyki @ On The Shelf
This title is new to me, and it sounds like a terrific story. Putting it on my list right now!
Never heard of this but sounds good.
This seems sad but powerful. Thanks for sharing!
My WoW this week is a YA contemporary. If you'd like, you could check it out here. Have a lovely Wednesday!
Another cool pick. Thanks for sharing.
Oh, my, that sounds like a sad book! For my WoW, I'm going for one that may turn out sad, but will at least have some good old fashioned Shadowhunting goodness along the way! :)
An emotional book, sounds interesting! Great pick!
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oh dear, i am really late posting this up this week, eekk.
WOW, that book sounds emotional and intense, not heard of it before. Intrigued. thanks for sharing
Now I'm excited for this book AND this feature! I like having ways to make my new blog fun.
I just added myself. Thanks for hosting this meme and sharing your WoW :)
Interesting WoW...although I rather like to read YA...this is my WoW
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