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Alice Hoffman - Faithful
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Marriage of Opposites and The Dovekeepers comes a soul-searching story about a young woman struggling to redefine herself and the power of love, family, and fate. Growing up on Long Island, Shelby Richmond is an ordinary girl until one night an extraordinary tragedy changes her fate. Her best friend’s future is destroyed in an accident, while Shelby walks away with the burden of guilt. What happens when a life is turned inside out? When love is something so distant it may as well be a star in the sky? Faithful is the story of a survivor, filled with emotion—from dark suffering to true happiness—a moving portrait of a young woman finding her way in the modern world. A fan of Chinese food, dogs, bookstores, and men she should stay away from, Shelby has to fight her way back to her own future. In New York City she finds a circle of lost and found souls—including an angel who’s been watching over her ever since that fateful icy night. Here is a character you will fall in love with, so believable and real and endearing, that she captures both the ache of loneliness and the joy of finding yourself at last. For anyone who’s ever been a hurt teenager, for every mother of a daughter who has lost her way, Faithful is a roadmap. Alice Hoffman’s “trademark alchemy” (USA TODAY) and her ability to write about the “delicate balance between the everyday world and the extraordinary” (WBUR) make this an unforgettable story. With beautifully crafted prose, Alice Hoffman spins hope from heartbreak in this profoundly moving novel.
Alice Hoffman - The Drowning Season
Available in trade paperback for the first time, here is the brilliant story of Esther the White, a Russian emigre who chooses to live cut off from normal human experience. And only by calling upon all the healing powers of love can the members of Esther's family make peace with themselves and each other.
Alice Hoffman - Green Angel
When her family is lost in a terrible disaster, 15-yr-old Green is haunted by loss and by the past. Struggling to survive physically and emotionally in a place where nothing seems to grow and ashes are everywhere, Green retreats into the ruined realm of her garden. But in destroying her feelings, she also begins to destroy herself, erasing the girl she'd once been as she inks ravens into her skin. It is only through a series of mysterious encounters -- with a ghostly white dog and a mute boy -- that Green relearns the lessons of love and begins to heal as she tells her own story.
Alice Hoffman - The River King
For more than a century, the small town of Haddan, Massachusetts, has been divided, as if by a line drawn down the center of Main Street, separating those born and bred in the village from those who attend the prestigious Haddan School. But one October night, after an inexplicable death, the two words collide and the town’s divided history is revealed in all its complexity. The lives of everyone involved are unraveled: from Carlin Leander, the fifteen-year-old who is as loyal as she is proud, to Betsy Chase, a woman running from her own destiny; from August Pierce, a boy who unexpectedly finds courage in his darkest hour, to Abel Grey, the police officer who refuses to let unspeakable actions – both past and present – slide by without notice. A wondrous tale of innocence and evil, and of the secrets we keep.
Alice Hoffman - Zaubermond
Verity ist ein verschlafenes Nest irgendwo in Floria. Hier ist nicht viel los. Nur im Monat Mai, wenn die Hitze und Schwüle schier unerträglich werden und die Meeresschildkröten sich auf den Marsch über die West Main Street machen, spielen Mensch und Natur verrückt, laufen junge Mädchen von zu Hause weg, rasen Teenager mit dem Wagen um ein Haar in den riesigen alten Baum neben dem Burger King, tauchen Klapperschangen aus dem Nichts plötzlich miten im Ort auf. Seit der Scheidung von ihrem Mann lebt Lucy Rosen zusammen mit ihrem Sohn Keith in der Scheinidylle von Verity. Da geschieht eines Nachts im Monat Mai ein Mord, und seitdem ist der zwölfjährige Keith spurlos verschwunden. Zusammen mit Julian Cash, einem einsamen Polizisten mit angebrochenem Herzen, macht Lucy Rosen sich auf die Suche nach Keith - und nach dem Mörder.
Alice Hoffman - Blue Diary
Long ago, among strawberry fields in Maryland, a pretty, young girl was raped, and murdered. _Blue Diary_ is Alice Hoffman at her irresistible best – gripping, compassionate, lyrical, and full of disturbing surprises. This dark and utterly compelling new novel is about the shadows that lie beneath ordinary lives, about the hand that fate deals you – and what you make of it – and the ripples that carry on indefinitely from a violent act. But the story starts on a wickedly gorgeous June day in the small town of Monroe, Massachusetts. Ethan and Jorie, the perfect, beautiful couple, have been married for thirteen years, and they're still very much in love. Ethan is handsome, reliable and popular. Jorie is dreamy and attractive. And they have a twelve-year-old son called Collie. Then a sensitive, meddling kid makes a phone call, after which nothing can ever be the same again…
Alice Hoffman - Aquamarine
Hailey and Claire are spending their last summer together when they discover something at the bottom of the murky pool at the Capri Beach Club. There in the depths is a mysterious and beautiful creature with a sharp tongue and a broken heart, a mermaid named Aquamarine who has left her family to search for true love on land. Now, as this mythological but very real being starts to fade in the hot August sun, a rescue begins On the edge of growing up, Hailey and Claire learn that life can take an unpredictable course, that friendship can be forever, and that magic can be found in unexpected places. Master storyteller Alice Hoffman had written a tale of true enchantment, a luminous lesson on how to say good-bye and how to hold on to those we love.
Alice Hoffman - The Dovekeepers
The lives of four sensuous, bold and remarkable women intersect in the year 70AD, in the desperate days of the siege of Masada, when supplies are dwindling and the Romans are drawing near. All are dovekeepers, and all are keepers of secrets - about who they are, where they come from, who fathered them, and whom they love. There is Yael, the assassin's daughter whose heartbreak leads to her true path in the ruins of the desert; Revka, the baker's wife who loses her dearest treasure on earth and yet finds the strength to protect her family; Aziza, the warrior's beloved who leads a secret life not even those closest to her could imagine; and Marit, beautiful witch of Moab, a woman as loyal as she is dangerous.
Alice Hoffman - The Book of Magic
The Owens family has been cursed in matters of love for over three-hundred years but all of that is about to change. The novel begins in a library, the best place for a story to be conjured, when beloved aunt Jet Owens hears the deathwatch beetle and knows she has only seven days to live. Jet is not the only one in danger—the curse is already at work. A frantic attempt to save a young man’s life spurs three generations of the Owens women, and one long-lost brother, to use their unusual gifts to break the curse as they travel from Paris to London to the English countryside where their ancestor Maria Owens first practiced the Unnamed Art. The younger generation discovers secrets that have been hidden from them in matters of both magic and love by Sally, their fiercely protective mother. As Kylie Owens uncovers the truth about who she is and what her own dark powers are, her aunt Franny comes to understand that she is ready to sacrifice everything for her family, and Sally Owens realizes that she is willing to give up everything for love. The Book of Magic is a breathtaking conclusion that celebrates mothers and daughters, sisters and brothers, and anyone who has ever been in love.
Alice Hoffman - Átkozott boszorkák
A Hetedik mennyország írójának kitűnő romantikus regényéből néhány éve Nicole Kidman és Sandra Bullock főszereplésével készítettek nagy sikert aratott szerelmes vígjátékot. A hol kacagtatóan bájos, hol krimiszerűen izgalmas történet főszereplői az évszázadok óta különös tulajdonságokkal felruházott Owens család lánygyermekei. Gillian és Sally éveken át tapasztalhatják, milyen kínokat okoz a szenvedélyes szerelem mindazoknak, akik két nagynénjüket különféle varázsszerekért felkeresik. Megfogadják, hogy soha életükben nem lesznek szerelmesek - de persze a sors közbeszól. A lányok útja felnőttként elválik, ám egy szokatlan esemény ismét egymás mellé sodorja őket, és ekkor mintha elfojthatatlanul törne fel mindaz, amitől mindig is igyekeztek elzárkózni. Finom humora, mélységes emberismerete és megkapó, ironikus nyelvezete miatt Alice Hoffmant gyakorta emlegetik a manapság reneszánszát élő Jane Austen modern megfelelőjeként.
Alice Hoffman - Nightbird
Twig lives in a remote area of town with her mysterious brother and her mother, baker of irresistible apple pies. A new girl in town might just be Twig's first true friend, and ally in vanquishing an ancient family curse. A spellbinding tale of modern folklore set in the Berkshires, where rumours of a winged beast draw in as much tourism as the town's famed apple orchards. "Alice Hoffman can write about love like no-one else" Jodi Picoult
Alice Hoffman - Fortune's Daughter
"This novel's great strength lies in its two heroines, who both find themselves drawn, without plans, hopes or full understanding, into the inevitably mythological process of pregnancy and childbirth....It is beautifully and matter-of-factly told." NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW Rae, unmarried and pregnant is alone. Lila is older, happily married, a fortune-teller and unable to cease mourning for the baby she was forced to give up for adoption many years ago. They meet in Southern California during the earthquake season--the time when unexpected things happen. Here is Alice Hoffman's beautiful and haunting novel of love and loneliness--and of two women whose lives and fortunes gradually become intertwined.
Alice Hoffman - Property of
In this, the book that launched a major literary career, Alice Hoffman introduces us to a lonely outsider who wants desperately to belong. As she determinedly tries to become the "property of" a local gang's brooding leader, she will discover what can, and cannot, be possessed--and what can happen when you hand your heart over to a man who claims to care nothing about love.
Alice Hoffman - Magic Lessons
From New York Times bestselling author Alice Hoffman comes the origin story of her beloved novel and basis for the cult classic film Practical Magic—taking us on a captivating journey to the Salem witch trials, featuring the indomitable matriarch of the Owens family, Maria. It’s no secret that love has plagued the Owens family for centuries. But when did the curse begin, and why? It all began with Maria Owens, who arrived in America in 1680, with a baby in tow… Born with pitch-black hair and pale green eyes, Maria was abandoned in the English countryside by her birth mother and raised by Hannah Owens who warned her, “Always love someone who will love you back.” She inherits Hannah’s Grimoire—a magical book of enchantments that include instructions to heal illnesses, ingredients for soaps that restore youth, and spells that make a person burn with love for another. When Hannah dies in an attack, Maria leaves for Curacao, where she meets John Hathorne, a magistrate from Salem living freely for the first time in his life as he falls in love with Maria. But Hathorne soon abandons her, before Maria realizes she’s pregnant. When she gives birth to a red-headed baby girl, Faith, who possesses immense magical talent, Maria embarks on a voyage to Salem to face her destiny, with or without magic. But aboard the ship bringing her to America, fate intervenes and she meets a man who will change her life, if she’ll only let him. Her journey, laced with secrets and truths, devastation and joy, magic and curses, will show her that love is the only answer, always. Infused with Hoffman’s “trademark alchemy” (USA TODAY) and her graceful, resplendent, hypnotic storytelling this exquisite novel is, quite simply, magical.
Alice Hoffman - A tizenharmadik boszorkány
A Sparrow család asszonyai nemzedékek óta rendkívüli tulajdonságokkal rendelkeznek. Valamennyien március havában születtek, és mire betöltötték tizenharmadik életévüket, különleges képességük mágikus erővel tört rájuk. Elinor, a nagymama szó szerint megérzi a hazugságot. Jenny, a lánya ismeri mások álmait, Stella, az unokája - aki éppen a tizenharmadik születésnapját ünnepli - döbbenten ismeri fel, hogy előre látja mások halálát. Miközben Stella újonnan megismert képességével igyekszik megbirkózni, csaknem végzetes félreértés történik: látomása gyilkosság vádjával börtönbe juttatja az apját... A nemzedékek titkait, emlékeit, talizmánjait őrző családi mese igazi irodalmi csemege. "Hoffman javíthatatlan optimista, pedig a derűlátás manapság mintha kiment volna a divatból. Lenyűgöző története a rendkívüli nőkről valójában anyák és lányok bonyolult kapcsolatának érzékeny, leheletfinom lenyomata, boszorkányosan megírva." Jenny a születésnapja reggelén olyan álomból ébredt, amelyben egy fekete angyal szerepelt, valamint egy asszony, aki nem félt a víztől, és egy férfi, aki úgy szorított a markába egy méhet, hogy nem érezte a csípését. Olyan különös és kellemes álom volt, hogy Jenny egyszerre szeretett volna sírni és hangosan kacagni, de amint kinyitotta a szemét, tudta, hogy ez nem az ő álma volt. Valaki más varázsolta elő a nőt és a méhet, a nyugodt vizet és az angyalt. Mindez valaki másé volt. És ez a más - akárki volt is - nagyon érdekelte Jennyt. Egyben azt is megértette, hogy a mások álmának látása az a képesség, amelyet kapott. Nem olyan hasznos, mint az időjóslás vagy a hazugság felismerése. Nem is érdemleges, mint a fájdalomtűrés, a sötétben látás vagy a sebes futás. Végtére is mi értelme egy álomnak, főként annak, ami a másé? A Magyarországon sem ismeretlen Alice Hoffman író, forgatókönyvíró a mágikus realizmus képviselője. Különleges mondatszerkesztése, lenyűgöző írói fantáziája, kitűnő karakterteremtő ereje és lírai látásmódja méltán emeli a műfaj legjobbjai közé.
Alice Hoffman - Survival Lessons
Survival Lessons provides a road map of how to reclaim your life from this day forward, with ways to reenvision everything-from relationships with friends and family to the way you see yourself. As Alice Hoffman says, "In many ways I wrote Survival Lessons to remind myself of the beauty of life, something that's all too easy to overlook during the crisis of illness or loss. I forgot that our lives are made up of equal parts of sorrow and joy, and that it is impossible to have one without the other. I wrote to remind myself that despite everything that was happening to me, there were still choices I could make." Wise, gentle, and wry, Alice Hoffman teaches all of us how to choose what matters most.
Alice Hoffman - Local Girls
Alice Hoffman casts her spell over a Long Island neighborhood filled with dreamers and dreams as she evokes the world of the Samuelsons, a family torn apart by tragedy and bound together by devotion. As Gretel grows up she is witness to the break up of her parents’ marriage, the ups and downs of her cousin Margot’s search for love, the deterioration of a brother who passes up Harvard for a job at the Food Star, and emotional explosions that shatter the suburban quiet. Local Girls presents this acclaimed New York Times bestselling author at her haunting, thought-provoking best.
Alice Hoffman - Turtle Moon
Turtle Moon transports the reader to Verity, Florida, a place where anything can happen during the month of May, when migrating sea turtles come to town, mistaking the glow of the streetlights for the moon. Lucy Rosen, a transplanted New Yorker, is determined to start a new life in Verity, along with her twelve-year-old son, Keith. But neither Lucy nor Keith could begin to imagine what the town holds in store for them. Everything they’ve ever hope for, everything they’ve ever feared, begins to happen. When Julian Cash, Verity-born and fierce enough to paralyze bees with fright, enters their lives, nothing will be the same – for Lucy, and her son, or for Julian.
Alice Hoffman - The Red Garden
The Red Garden is a transforming glimpse into small-town America, presenting us with three hundred years of passion, dark secrets, loyalty, and redemption in a web of tales where characters’ lives are intertwined by fate and by their own actions. From the time the town of Blackwell is founded by a brave, young woman from England who has no fear of blizzards or of bears, to the day a 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 solider who is saved by a passionate neighbor, a woman who meets a fiercely human historical character, a poet who falls in love with a blind man, a mysterious traveler who comes to town in the year that summer never arrives. At the center of everyone’s life is a mysterious garden where only red plants can grow, and where the truth can be found by those who dare to look. Hoffman once again enchants us as lives are linked, changed, and redeemed. Delightful and compelling, The Red Garden is as unforgettable as it is moving.
Alice Hoffman - Practical Magic
For more than two hundred years, the Owens women had been blamed for everything that went wrong in their Massachusetts town. And Gillian and Sally endured that fate as well: As children, the sisters were forever outsiders, taunted, talked about, pointed at. Their elderly aunts almost seemed to encourage the whispers of witchery, with their musty house and their exotic concoctions and their crowd of black cats. But all Gillian and Sally wanted was to escape. One would do so by marrying, the other by running away. But the bonds they shared, even into adulthood, brought them back--almost as if by magic...
Alice Hoffman - The World That We Knew
In Berlin in 1941 during humanity’s darkest hour, three unforgettable young women must act with courage and love to survive, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Dovekeepers and The Marriage of Opposites Alice Hoffman. In Berlin, at the time when the world changed, Hanni Kohn knows she must send her twelve-year-old daughter away to save her from the Nazi regime. She finds her way to a renowned rabbi, but it’s his daughter, Ettie, who offers hope of salvation when she creates a mystical Jewish creature, a rare and unusual golem, who is sworn to protect Lea. Once Ava is brought to life, she and Lea and Ettie become eternally entwined, their paths fated to cross, their fortunes linked. Lea and Ava travel from Paris, where Lea meets her soulmate, to a convent in western France known for its silver roses; from a school in a mountaintop village where three thousand Jews were saved. Meanwhile, Ettie is in hiding, waiting to become the fighter she's destined to be. What does it mean to lose your mother? How much can one person sacrifice for love? In a world where evil can be found at every turn, we meet remarkable characters that take us on a stunning journey of loss and resistance, the fantastical and the mortal, in a place where all roads lead past the Angel of Death and love is never ending.
Alice Hoffman - Angel Landing
The bestselling author of Practical Magic offers "an affecting love story, laced with humor" (Booklist) that tells the tale of a man and a woman, an activist and a therapist, so consumed with helping others that they are in danger of failing in their duty to themselves. Natalie, a therapist, is in love with Carter -- but he is deeply dedicated to his environmental work, and the fate of their relationship takes a backseat to the fate of the planet. Then a new client walks into Natalie's office. He is an intriguing man, with an incredible tale to tell -- and under his influence, she faces questions about the direction of her own passion, the true meaning of commitment...and the possibility of finding the love she seeks --right in her own backyard.
Alice Hoffman - White Horses
The New York Times bestselling author of Here on Earth presents a "sexually charged...almost hypnotic"* novel about men, women, romance, and real life. (Publishers Weekly) When Teresa was a little girl, she dreamed of dark-eyed, fearless heroes on white horses who would sweep her away. But now, as the adult Teresa negotiates life and love, she begins to understand that fairy tales don't always come true... "Haunting...Hoffman is a daring and able writer."--The New Yorker
Alice Hoffman - Everything My Mother Taught Me
In this haunting short story of loyalty and betrayal, a young woman in early 1900s Massachusetts discovers that in navigating her treacherous coming-of-age, she must find her voice first. For fatefully observant Adeline, growing up carries an ominous warning from her adulterous mother: don’t say a word. Adeline vows to never speak again. But that’s not her only secret. After her mother takes a housekeeping job at a lighthouse off the tip of Cape Ann, a local woman vanishes. The key to the mystery lies with Adeline, the silent witness. New York Times bestselling author of The Rules of Magic Alice Hoffman crafts a beautiful, heart-wrenching short story. Alice Hoffman’s Everything My Mother Taught Me is part of Inheritance, a collection of five stories about secrets, unspoken desires, and dangerous revelations between loved ones. Each piece can be read or listened to in a single setting. By yourself, behind closed doors, or shared with someone you trust.
Alice Hoffman - Second Nature
A New York Times and National Bestseller In this latter-day Beauty and the Beast a suburban woman discovers her own wild spirit because of a chance encounter. Robin Moore, coping with a divorce and a troubled teen-aged son, impulsively rescues a stranger from a psychiatric ward – a beautiful, uncivilized innocent who has been raised in the wilderness and possesses no more sophistication than a child. But when she brings him home to her perfectly ordered neighborhood, the events that follow cause Robin to question her wisdom and doubt her own heart – and, ultimately, to change all of her ideas about love and humanity. A novel of suspense and enchantment that is a true page-turner. “Magical and daring…very possibly her best.” —The New York Times Book Review “Suspenseful… a dark, romantic meditation on what it means to be human.” —The New Yorker “.. (A) modern day fairy tale, full of insights into the battle between instinct and upbringing, desire and conformity.” —Booklist “Generous, magical… Second Nature may be best read at full speed, hurtling down the mountain, as if falling in love.” —San Francisco Examiner- Chronicle
Alice Hoffman - The Third Angel
This stunningly original and magical story follows three women in love with the wrong men. Headstrong Madeline Heller finds herself hopelessly attracted to her sister’s fiancé…Frieda Lewis, a doctor’s daughter who has run off to London, becomes the muse of an ill-fated rock star… and beautiful, reckless Bryn Evans is set to marry an Englishman while she’s secretly obsessed with her ex-husband, a dangerous and love-besotted New Yorker. At the heart of the novel is Lucy Green, who blames herself for a tragic accident she witnessed at the age of twelve in the same London hotel where the others have found themselves. Lucy has spent four decades searching out the Third Angel, the angel on Earth who will renew her faith. Evoking the worlds of Notting Hill, Kings Road, and Kensington while moving back and forth in time from the 90s, to the 60s, and then to the 50s, The Third Angel charts the unique, alchemical nature of love.
Alice Hoffman - At Risk
In this groundbreaking novel Alice Hoffman creates an ordinary but unforgettable American family – Polly, a wife and mother. Ivan, her husband. Charlie, their eight-year-old, obsessed with dinosaurs. And Amanda, eleven, who dreams of becoming a gymnast. Amanda is blessed with great determination and strength, but when she is diagnosed with AIDS, she and her family must draw on every bit of courage they possess as their lives are torn apart, and as they discover how deep their love for each other really is. “First rate.” —Kurt Vonnegut “Miss Hoffman heals wounds with the gentle touch of an angel.” —Joseph Heller
Alice Hoffman - The Ice Queen
From the bestselling author of Practical Magic, a miraculous, enthralling tale of a woman who is struck by lightning, and finds her frozen heart is suddenly burning. Be careful what you wish for. A small town librarian lives a quiet life without much excitement. One day, she mutters an idle wish and, while standing in her house, is struck by lightning. But instead of ending her life, this cataclysmic event sparks it into a new beginning. She goes in search of Lazarus Jones, a fellow survivor who was struck dead, then simply got up and walked away. Perhaps this stranger who has seen death face to face can teach her to live without fear. When she finds him, he is her opposite, a burning man whose breath can boil water and whose touch scorches. As an obsessive love affair begins between them, both are forced to hide their most dangerous secrets--what turned one to ice and the other to fire. A magical story of passion, loss, and renewal, THE ICE QUEEN is Alice Hoffman at her electrifying best.
Alice Hoffman - Skylight Confessions
On the night that Arlyn Singer's father dies, she is certain her destiny will find her. Some hours later a young man shows up at her door. Lost in a strange town, John Moody is an architectural student, serious, reserved, and deliberate. And he has no inkling that the tall, red-haired girl whom he has asked for directions will haunt him for the rest of his life. John Moody takes Arlyn to live in a house made of glass, the Glass Slipper. Her life there is not the romantic destiny she envisaged. She dreams of escape for herself and her children, Sam and Blanca, but her eventual escape, too, is not the one she dreamed of... Years later, Arlyn is gone, and Meredith Weiss arrives at the Moody house. Sam, now a teenager, is careening down a path of drug-fuelled self-destruction, while John Moody is tormented by visions of a red-haired woman in white. Meredith sets out to try to save this troubled family. But will her devotion be enough to pull them back from the fate they seem to have chosen for themselves? Glass breaks, love hurts, and families make their own rules and have their own secrets. Told with Alice Hoffman's signature grace and originality, SKYLIGHT CONFESSIONS is a shimmering, powerful story of passion, heartbreak and families.
Alice Hoffman - Gyönyörű titkok múzeuma
A történet New York-ban játszódik a huszadik század mozgalmas első két évtizedében. Két nagyon különböző ember szenvedélyes, feszültségekkel teli szerelmi története. Helyszín: Coney Island. Coralie Sardie a Gyönyörű titkok múzeuma nevű mutatványosház tulajdonosának lánya. A parti sétány melletti intézményben a lelkes közönség furcsa lényeket tekinthet meg. A kitűnő úszó Coralie apja „múzeumában” sellőként szerepel más furcsa lények, a Farkasember, a Pillangólány és a százéves teknős mellett. Egy éjjel Coralie megpillant egy nagyon helyes fiatalembert; a férfi a holdfényben fákat fotografál a Hudson folyó mentén. A fotográfus Eddie Cohen; orosz emigráns, aki elhagyta közösségét és szabósegédi munkáját. Amikor Eddie a hírhedt Triangle gyár tűzesetét fényképezi, egy fiatal nő eltűnésének titokzatos ügyébe keveredik.
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