Laughter and wedding bells ring as Jan Karon takes her millions of fans back in time to the most cherished event in Mitford! Mitford’s Lord’s Chapel seats barely two hundred souls, yet millions of Jan Karon’s fans will be there for the most
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As a long-time fan of Karon, I must say I was greatly dissapointed in A Common Life and embarrassed that I purchased it before reading more reviews. I would have certainly checked it out at the library and been equally dissapointed but $… dollars richer.
I feel cheated as a reader and a fan because it seems as though Karon took advantage of her fan base. This magazine-length story is marketed to “appear” like all her other books, while a quick flick through the pages indicates larger fonts and
Well, I’ve learned a good lesson from this purchase, and I have lost some respect for the author. I’ll give her another chance, but not on my dime!
I really liked the part where got to experience the other character’s ponts-of-view. Especially Cynthia and Dooly’s. This was a great little addition to the series, and it only took me a day to get through it. I’m reading through the series for the second or 3rd time and read this book in between the second and third books even though it was written far later in the series. It fit very well.
Well I said I needed an antidote to the gritty reality of my last read. This certainly fitted the bill.
Although the 6th in the Mitford Years series – this story is chronologicaly out of time. It is the story of Father Tim and Cynthia’s marriage. Father Tim 62 years old, marrying for the first time, his neighbour, children’s writer and illustrator Cynthia Coppersmith. We see Timothy contemplating his marriage, thinking about his feelings for Cynthia as composes a letter, and we see what the marr