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The wife who ran away is an emotional, well written journey of a woman just trying to figure out who she is and what she wants and I loved making that journey with her. Favourite quotes 'This is a mistake. I shouldn't have come. Once Julia sees me, it'll all be real.
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I need to go back home to my children, to Ned I just lost sight of it for a while. Am loving this book. Don't blame her for running away, I would too!! Kate has family stresses, work stresses and every other kind of stress you can imagine. She feels that she's single-handedly trying to hold the whole world together and failing. When her husband forgets their wedding anniversary for the third year running, and with her 40th birthday approaching she walks away from everything and gets on a plane to Rome.
Will putting distance between her and her problems help or make matters worse? I found this an enjoyable read, though I did get exasp Kate has family stresses, work stresses and every other kind of stress you can imagine. I found this an enjoyable read, though I did get exasperated with Kate from time time as she was being such a martyr and putting everyone else in her life above herself. I realise that many if not most women do this, but here it seemed to happen to an unbelievable degree.
Kate's family were well drawn and very realistic. The sub-plot about her son was compelling and I think her teenage daughter was also drawn accurately. The only thing that really niggled me about the book was that the ending seemed to tie all the ends together a little too neatly - chicklit doesn't always have to have a happy ending. It's not pink and fluffy chicklit, so steer clear if that's what you're after, but it's chicklit for the older reader and has a harder edge. Definitely worth a read if you're looking for something on the serious side and which has a lot to say about how women see themselves balancing the various aspects of their lives.
View 1 comment. I originally added this title to My Kindle as an Italophile as this is where it is partially set. That was back in so I have waited a long time to read, finally got round to doing so, on a long flight. Perfect for passing the time as it was a delightful easy read that I quickly immersed myself in. The Wife Who Ran Away is a story of the ups and downs of family life that is narrated by various members of the family. This made it interesting as we get the different perspectives on what happen I originally added this title to My Kindle as an Italophile as this is where it is partially set.
This made it interesting as we get the different perspectives on what happens when Kate Forrest the protagonist runs away! I have not read a novel by Tess Stimson for rather a long time, but I certainly will not hesitate to add more of her writing to my Kindle for future journeys. Nov 11, honeybee rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed , reads. I secretly love to hate cheesy and predictable chick lit yet enjoy the relaxing ritual of reading it anyway. You see i've been hoping one day, a chick lit book will surprise me and take me of guard, it will say "hay!
Dec 23, Nessa rated it really liked it. Brilliant book, but then anything by this author usually is.
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Was gripped from start to finish. Loved it. Apr 23, Gillian rated it liked it. A woman approaching her 40th birthday is fed up with playing a role in her family she no longer wants and that is not appreciated by anyone around her. So she takes a plane to Rome to visit an old friend from her college days. The chapters are written from different viewpoints - hers, her husband, her mother, her daughter and her son - so the characters are fleshed out and it manages to be more than just a superficial story.
I thought it would be very lightweight when I picked it up but it devel A woman approaching her 40th birthday is fed up with playing a role in her family she no longer wants and that is not appreciated by anyone around her.
I thought it would be very lightweight when I picked it up but it developed and kept me interested to the end to find out what happened. Feb 19, Malvika Rajani rated it really liked it. The most amazing thing about this book is that the author has made sure that the reader understands the perspective of all charecters and yet acknowledge the flaws they have, and the adjustments they make for each other. It also in a strange way teaches us that mistakes do bring the best in most scenarios and end up teaching us great life lessons.
I liked the flow of the book and how the author made sure that the language was easy to understand. Aug 26, Denise Pike rated it really liked it. I loved this, easy to read but much more depth than a chick lit novel.
A selfish husband, 2 ungrateful teenagers, a needy, cold mother and a boss about to ignore your 70 hours a week working and 15 years loyalty in preference to a young whipper snapper. Kate, on the edge of a nervous breakdown suddenly diverts her taxi home to the airport and gets on a plane to Italy. A great read. Good Read Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book didn't want to put it down till I found out what happened. Real escapism and adventure would have loved to have her courage to walk away when she did. Aug 06, Yanika Abela rated it really liked it. Not sure how to feel about this book Jan 08, Hari Shankar rated it it was ok.lastsurestart.co.uk/libraries/2016/781-telegram-spy-tool.php
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Very boring and indigestible story.. With no ties and no responsibilities, she soon finds herself deliriously caught up in La Dolce Vita — and the arms of a man barely half her age. Therefore, when I received a copy of Tess' new book The Wife Who Ran Away, I was really excited as it sounded like a good concept for a book, and I was curious about whether I'd hate the main character for actually running away, and doing what is socially very unacceptable to most people.
I quite like the cover, I really like the blue highlights against a more sepia toned background, and think it's quite pretty. So why did I love this book so much? The book begins with Kate, a self-confessed workaholic who literally works to pay the bills and provide for her family.
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She made the choice with husband Ned for him to be the stay-at-home parent and take care of their 2 children while she progressed in her career and made a good salary to look after the family. However, when their marriage starts to fall apart, and her career is on shaky ground, Kate has had enough and runs off to her friend's house in Italy, at first only intending an overnight stay. But it quickly snowballs and before she knows it, it looks like Kate's run out on her life, her marriage and her children, leaving them wondering where Kate has gone to.
As I was reading, I was almost egging Kate on to respond to her feelings of guilt and return back home, and as she made decisions not to go, I was cringing and wondering how as a mother she could leave her children in the lurch like that. Kate is a controversial character, but I think it is this fact that makes the book such compulsive reading.
As a woman and a mum, I couldn't quite believe Kate actually did run away, not only that but she didn't tell anyone she was leaving or where was going, something I found quite shocking. I'm sure all mum's out there have feelings of wanting to escape and run away from the day to day drudgery that can be our lives, but I'm sure most of us would never act on it, yet Kate chooses to do this.
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The book portrays Kate's marriage as falling apart, and I found that I couldn't have much sympathy for her husband because of his attitude, and I felt as a house-husband he was actually a bit crap and needed a kick up the bum! However, there are issues here that we don't initially know about and as the book progresses, these become clear to the reader and things start to make a bit more sense.
Kate's actions in Italy are still quite shocking as well, and I was surprised at the things she got up to myself, but it just serves to create Kate as a person, rather than just a mother and wife although I didn't agree with what she was doing. As well as the main story of Kate's running away, there is the minor sub-plot of their son Guy and the terrible time he is having at school at the hands of bullies. This is quite a shocking story-line, and some of the things that occur did make me gasp, and it might be a bit hard to read for some. However, it's clear that Stimson has done her research and the story does take some surprising twists and turns along the way, almost eclipsing the main storylines in part, and I found myself really engrossed in this story.
I found all the characters in the book were well written, from the young daughter to the adults all in awkward situations themselves. Each of them really does bring something to the book, and I enjoyed how Stimson chose to write it in alternating narratives, so we hear not only from Kate but also from her husband and son's points of view as well.
It's a gripping book that will have you glued until the last page, and wondering exactly where life is going to go for Kate and her family now. I loved it!