One Italian Summer
  • One Italian Summer
  • One Italian Summer
ISBN: 1982166797
EAN13: 9781982166793
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2022
Pages: 272
Format: Hardcover
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5
   A MUST READ
I had been waiting for the release of this book since I had read Rebecca Serle's other books. It was more than I expected. The motherdaughter relationship brings up a lot of sad memories. There is a genius twist in the storyline. How fast can she write another novel?
 
5
   An enchanting read with vivid description of Italy.
I enjoyed this read as it created a personal account of a traumatic part of one's life.
 
4
   Positano is Paradise, the book not quite
The memories of my trip to Positano made me like this book. I enjoy the book, but I struggle with seeing her mom back in time. I disliked her clinging-ness to her mother when she was alive.
 
2
   Illogical
I don't like cheating in books when you're time traveling or something like that. I felt so bad for her husband, that's why she drove me nuts. There are many plot holes. The food and wine in Italy were delicious and I loved the scenery. The book was elevated to a star because of it. The rest was completely illogical and bizarre. I loved the author's previous book but this one didn't do it for me. Moving on. All opinions are mine.
 
5
   A nourishing read for the stomach, soul and spirit
I'm pretty sure my mother arranged from her new home in heaven to make sure I read this beautiful book after she passed away. She took me to Italy when I was in college and she knew it was my favorite place. She read all of my books because she knows that reading anything about mystical, magical occurrences wrapped in delicious food and a love story is a formula for bliss for me. I was filled up on every level by reading this. It was delicious.
 
4
   Italy is the star of this story
This is a 4 despite its flaws. I read most of it in one sitting because I wanted to see what happened next. The premise was intriguing and I was unsure if it was time travel or a case of mistaken identity. Some things don't add up. The characters were interesting, the romance was interesting, and the Positano setting was spectacular. Italy is the main character. I would recommend that on its own.
 
4
   Touching and Insightful
A love letter to Italy, to mothers, and to complicated women, One Italian Summer is a quick read full of details and thoughtful observations about grief and family.
 
5
   Insightful But Light
This book was a refreshing and relatable tale of how a person processes the grief of losing someone they are very close to, and it also asks the question "what if?" very effectively indeed. Exotic locations and luscious food and wine are just some of the details that make this place so special. You can savor this one in a single gulp.
 
5
   Phenomenal.
I was transported for two days while reading this book. Positano was where I lived. I could smell the salty air, taste the decadent wines, and see the brilliant landscapes because of the well written. This is one of my favorite books. It's amazing.
 
5
   Italian Dreams
The book had fun twists and interesting premises. I liked the descriptions of the areas. I want to go to Italy.
 
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