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read The Bookshop on the ShoreA Novel epub ✓ Paperback ò ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☃ The Bookshop on the ShoreA Novel Author Jenny Colgan – A grand baronial house on Loch Ness a uirky small town bookseller and a single mom looking for a fresh start all come together in this witty and warm A grand baronial house on the Epub #219 on Loch Ness a uirky small The Bookshop Epubtown bookseller and a single mom looking for a fresh start Bookshop on the ePUB #10003 all come together in this witty and warm hearted novel by New York Times bestselling author Jenny ColganDesperate to escape from London single mother Zoe wants to build a new life for herself and her son Hari She can barely afford the crammed studio apartment on a busy stre There was apparently a serious lack of proofreading before this book went to press Starting in chapter 2 and continuing on steadily throughout there were extra words in sentences and other errors even use of the wrong character’s name that disrupted the flow of this lovely book A book so heavily advertised should have at least had a read through I have never seen so many errors in published writingThat being said I really enjoyed the characters and storyline of this book even than Bookshop on the Corner Zoe is such a plucky and hopeful character The writing was fine but the basic errors were very distracting and while it was a story I would read again and I bought the book so I could unfortunately because of the errors I wouldn’t It makes for an unsatisfying reading experience

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Ehave like feral wolverines The children’s widowed father is a wreck and the kids run wild in a huge tumbledown castle on the heather strewn banks of Loch Ness Still the peaceful picturesue location is everything London is not and Zoe rises to the challenges of the jobWith the help of Nina the friendly local bookseller Zoe begins to put down roots in the community Are books fresh air and kindness enough to heal this broken family and her ow Zoe is a single mother living in London She is struggling to make ends meet and wants a better life for her and her son Hari With some help from Surinder Hari's father's sister Zoe gets an opportunity in the Scottish Highlands Zoe will work as a nanny for a single father of three and will run Nina's bookmobile while Nina is on bedrest during her pregnancySome familiar faces from The Bookshop on the Corner Nina Surinder and Lennox are in this book but this is very much Zoe's story Zoe is at her wits' end and needs a fresh start She takes a big leap of faith with relocating to Scotland She doesn't know anyone there and she's not really sure what to expect from the town the people or the jobs she has acceptedFor the move Zoe accepts two jobs Her position as a nanny provides housing for her and her son She's working for a man who is mostly absent from his kid's lives and Zoe starts to make some changes in their home life Bringing order laughter and joy into their house she makes a home The second job is to run Nina's bookmobile while Nina is on bedrest This one gets Zoe out and amongst the local but she soon learns everyone relies on Nina for book recommendations and isn't too keen on a newcomer For the book van to keep making money Zoe makes some changes and puts her touch on the bookshopAn enjoyable and light read about a young mother wanting to change her life Zoe is a likable character She has a good heart she works hard and she puts her son first Zoe does have a difficult time fitting in with the locals but she stands her ground and finds her placeA heartwarming story with uirky characters Family life romance and humor combine into an enjoyable read sure to delight fans of The Bookshop on the Corner

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The Bookshop on the ShoreA NovelEt where honking horns and shouting football fans keep them awake all night If she doesn’t find a way out soon Zoe knows it’s just a matter of time before she has a complete meltdown On a whim she answers an ad for a nanny job in the Scottish Highlands which is about as far away from the urban crush of London as possible It sounds heavenlyThe job description asks for someone capable of caring for three “gifted children” two of which b I am a sucker for a book that says “The Bookshop After all bookshops are were us readers love to spen our time and I have been in uite a few in my life loving the old used bookstores best Forget Barnes Noble and other modern stores; I like uaintWell this book was supposed to be about a bookshop on the shore Very little time is spent in the bookshop and I have no idea what the shore has to do with this bookThe audio book was narrated by a British woman which made me think of the British voices in “Doc Martin” or even “Last of the Summer wine” So I gave it a try just because her voice was charming as was she But at seven hours into this13 hour book I was bored Zooey the main character in this book lived in an apartment in London with her mute child Harry but due to circumstances she is being kicked out A friend of hers gets her a job in Scotland and asks her to also sell books out of her book mobile while she herself is in the hospital So Zooey packs up and moves to Scotland moving into a very large house to care for this man’s children Aha I thought another nanny story like those I read in my youth like those that I grew bored of reading by the time I was 22 Only unlike those books she doesn’t think that the man could be dangerous or even evil Yet she sees shadows Ghosts Maybe later in the book she will become suspicious since his wife disappeared Maybe his wife is the ghost But 10 hours into this book there is no mention of a ghost that she thought she saw in the beginningThe man Ramsey is very tall with huge hands He is so tall that he ducks down when entering a room so he won’t bump his head I And then she is wishing that he would put his “large hands” all over her body And I am realizing that I am not a 16 year old that can’t wait to turn the page I want to be reading Paul Theroux’s new book on his traveling by car in Mexico which was something that a friend and I had done at least 3 times in the 80s And I just know that he will put Mexico down all the time but at the same time it sounds much interesting