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Tempting to ignore her estranged husband and dreaming of the new man in her life a charismatic lawyer The day seems perfect Then a sudden shocking accident changes everyone's lives forever Recriminations start to fly Whose fa. I m conflicted about this book on one hand I loved it but on the other hand I hated and was irritated by itI found myself hating so many of the main characters for being stupid and naive but this is how it happens in life sometimesLouise irritated me Ursula irritated meThe only character I loved and wanted to know all about was Meredith She seemed as the only sane and real personI love all the other Madeleine Wickham s book as Sophie Kinsella but i wouldn t recommend this one to anyone unless you want to read a book about how one person by having good looks and pretending to like you can manipulate you and estrange you from your friends the whole Louise and Cassian story line Einsteins Generation unless you want to read a book about how one person by having good looks and pretending to like you can manipulate you and estrange you from your friends the whole Louise and Cassian story line

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Swimming Pool Sunday

One shimmeringly hot Sunday in May the Delaneys open their pool to the whole village for charity Louise is there with her daughters and while the children splash and shriek in the cool blue waters she basks in the sunshine at. It s not a perfectly constructed story but is was a surprisingly good read It s a pre Shopaholic novel written under her real name and when I saw it on my e book library site I knew I had to read itMW beautifully captures the undercurrent of this small village near London It s the story of two families who are both touched by tragedy The Delaneys Ursula and Hugh have lost their younger son and are still grieving his death His widow Meredith is living with them and has truly become their daughter The Kembers Louise and Barnaby are a younger couple who are going through a marital crisis Their younger daughter Katie has an accident at a charity party hosted by their acuaintances the Delaneys This sets up the central conflict of the storyLouise and Barnaby are manipulated into a lawsuit against the Delaneys This highlights and exacerbates the existing conflicts and miscommunications within their marriage Fueled by gossip and rumors the villagers are drawn into this tension and end up taking sides Cassian definitely the villain of the piece has ulterior motives His relationship with Louise has been noticed by the village has caused the rupture with Barnaby and he is now taking advantage of Louise s vulnerability It s a very ambitious story I wish some of the other characters and plot lines were fully developed For instance the Delaneys also have a family friend Alexis who represents them in the lawsuit but does not really seem to do much in the case He is also the object of Meredith s interest but this relationship is never acknowledged Instead he ends up in a romantic relationship with a young concert pianist with her own issues Frances Mold the vicar s wife acts as a kind of counselor and mediator but again she is left out there I don t know if their stories are picked up in other books but the atmosphere created here is nicely done I will definitely be reading of these as they become available

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Ult was it Louise's new lover insists that she sue the Delaneys Her ex husband isn't so sure Opinion in the village is split Old friendships start to crumble New ones are formed Will the repercussions from the accident ever e. I am torn on this book This book is not like any Madeleine Wickham AKA Sophie Kinsella book I ve read To me it was a hard read very slow and not her normal fun style I ve read all her books and they have the same feel This one is different


10 thoughts on “Swimming Pool Sunday

  1. says:

    It's not a perfectly constructed story but is was a surprisingly good read It's a pre Shopaholic novel written under her real name and when I saw it on my e book library site I knew I had to read itMW beautifully captures the undercurrent of this small village near London It's the story of two families who are both touched by tragedy The Del

  2. says:

    I am a huge fan of all books by Sophie Kinsella I have read every one of her books on than one occasion I was getting a little tired and impatient of waiting for her to release another book so I decided to visit her website to see if there was any information as to when she is due to release another book and what I found out to my surprise is that she writes under two names Sophie Kinsella and her real name Madeleine Wic

  3. says:

    Love Sophie Kinsella hated this book There was a whole sub plot that had nothing to do with the book Some major events were completely glossed over and I really had no sympathy for the main characters

  4. says:

    If Goodreads would let me I would give this a 35 rating One shimmeringly hot Sunday in May the Delaneys open their pool to the whole village for charity Louise is there with her daughters and while the children splash and shriek in the cool blue waters she basks in the sunshine attempting to ignore her estranged

  5. says:

    This book is based around a family the Kempers The parents Barnaby and Louise have recently seperated and Louise has star

  6. says:

    I'm conflicted about this book on one hand I loved it but on the other hand I hated and was irritated by itI found myself hating so many of the main characters for being stupid and naive but this is how it happens in life sometimesLouise irritated me Ursula irritated meThe only character I loved and wanted to know all about was Meredith She seemed as the only sane and real personI love all the other Madeleine Wickham's book as

  7. says:

    Interesting bookI didn't expect the story line from the summary for some reason But it was definitely different The only complaint I w

  8. says:

    I am torn on this book This book is not like any Madeleine Wickham AKA Sophie Kinsella book I've read To me it was a hard read very slow and not her normal fun style I've read all her books and they have the same feel This one is different

  9. says:

    In this retelling of Dickens’ Bleak House Wickham really has it in for lawyers and law suits Although not as p

  10. says:

    KINSELLA DOES IT AGAIN Is there any end to Sophie Kinsella’s storytelling abilities? She weaves subplots and evokes varied emotions with grace

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