Tua Para Sempre

Luanne Rice Joseph Monninger


Tua Para Sempre

Tua Para Sempre

  • Title: Tua Para Sempre
  • Author: Luanne Rice Joseph Monninger
  • ISBN: 9789898228222
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback



Quando o amor oferece uma segunda oportunidade, preciso agarr la de alma e cora o.Poder um casamento feliz resistir mais dura das provas Sam e Hadley West tentam, cada um sua maneira, encontrar um novo rumo para a sua vida, depois da tr gica perda do filho de ambos, Paul Para Sam, o futuro passa por encontrar o local onde o filho morreu, numa arriscada jornada eQuando o amor oferece uma segunda oportunidade, preciso agarr la de alma e cora o.Poder um casamento feliz resistir mais dura das provas Sam e Hadley West tentam, cada um sua maneira, encontrar um novo rumo para a sua vida, depois da tr gica perda do filho de ambos, Paul Para Sam, o futuro passa por encontrar o local onde o filho morreu, numa arriscada jornada em tren pela rida e bela imensid o do Alasca Para Hadley, implica mudar se para uma casa de praia, distante, isolada e coberta de salitre, onde finalmente recome a a pintar.A partir da , em lados opostos do pa s, os dois come am a trocar cartas repletas de sentimentos e verdades que n o conseguiram expressar pessoalmente, enquanto recordam o seu casamento os momentos m gicos e os mais desafiantes , redescobrindo as raz es por que se apaixonaram A hist ria de ambos rica e intensa, entre as mem rias de um passado feliz e as emo es profundas que os abalam no presente.Enquanto Sam arrisca a vida para alcan ar o remoto local do acidente, Hadley inicia uma outra viagem, igualmente perigosa, lutando contra o vazio e a dor que sente E, no local onde tudo se perdeu, eles v o reencontrar se Ser o amor que ainda os une capaz de preencher o vazio provocado pela morte do filho ou ter o de trilhar caminhos diferentes Nesta not vel colabora o, Luanne Rice e Joseph Monninger criam, atrav s de uma s rie de cartas ntimas e profundas, um romance extraordinariamente comovente e inesquec vel.


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3,5*Achei o livro bastante original, todo ele é desenvolvido através de cartas.É uma história triste, muito triste mesmo, pois fala da perda de um filho, o que originou a ruptura do casamento dos pais, que por mais que se amassem não conseguiram enfrentar juntos o desgosto. O facto de estarem no limite do sofrimentos levou-os a magoarem-se mutuamente, a afastarem-se e por fim, ao processo de divórcio. No entanto, são as cartas que vão escrevendo um ao outro que os vai reaproximar e acaba [...]

Comecei a leitura deste "Tua para sempre" sem grandes expetativas. Já conhecia a autora e, daquilo que li, foram todas leituras medianas. Nem muito boas, nem muito más. Tendo estas experiências anteriores, e mesmo sabendo que este livro foi escrito em colaboração com outro autor, não estava à espera de encontrar um livro que me arrebatasse o coração e baralhasse os sentidos.O livro está escrito em forma de cartas. Há um casal, que depois de viverem momentos traumáticos, passam a troc [...]

I devoured this little book! It was so well done, and totally captured my interest from the very first page! The worst has happened to Sam and Hadley. Their 20 year old son, their only child, has been killed in a plane crash in rural Alaska. Sam and Hadley, who were so in love, had a wonderful marriage until their son died, are now estranged and trying to live without one another. Hadley has moved to a little cottage on an island off the coast of Maine to paint and deal with her impending divorc [...]

I wouldn't normally choose to read fiction written by two authors but in this case I figured the gimmick would work, since it's letters written back and forth between a divorcing husband and wife. I expected a chronicling of a dissolving marriage, and to avoid giving away too much I'll just say it wasn't that depressing and that the gimmick does work over all. It's nitpicky of me to rag on this but it didn't ring true to me that the husband and wife are both beautiful writers considering he's su [...]

I'm not generally a fan of romance novels; however, found the premise of this book interesting enough to at least start reading it. Sam & Radley's son dies in a plane crash in Alaska. He'd gone there for personal reasons. Sam and Radley are devastated and in the midst of their grief, they lose touch with each other and their marriage is headed to divorce court. As the book opens, Sam is on a quest to go to the site of the plane crash and Radley is staying in some rustic cabin getting in touc [...]

The story is about a marriage torn apart by their son's untimely death and how the couple tries to get back their sanity in their own way. The husband decides to visit the place in Alaska where their son breathed his last. The journey is long and difficult. The wife retires to a lonely house and tries to go back to painting. Bonded by their grief they write letters to each other. They discover their lost love through their letters.The story is touching. It moves fast and touches the heart.

Um livro sobre o qual tinha algumas expectativas pois era sobre uma troca de cartas entre um casal e o ultimo livro que li deste género foi uma agradável surpresa. Infelizmente não foi este o caso. A história em si é triste, fala-nos do pior pesadelo que uns pais podem viver, ou seja, a perda de um filho, situação que vivi recentemente relacionada com uma colega e amiga. No entanto o livro não me prendeu, apesar de pequeno e de leitura fácil, esperava mais, até porque tinha gostado de [...]

Two authors have co-written this novel, and yet it is seamless. It is a mature story about an estranged couple who are moving towards rediscovering each other all over again. Loss of their only child changes everything they had together, love and happiness. Full review at Natasha'z Words

This was a very moving story. It's just a very little story of how losing a child can separate a marriage. Your heart will be shattered, as a mother of just one child the story made me to want to make another child but again it's all in God's hand. You can have 10 kids and still outlive them

This is quite a unique little book. One that most certainly caught me off guard. I checked the library audio out for this book because I needed a short book at the time. Much to my surprise, I really found this book to be a wonderful experience. It's the first book I have ever read OR listened to in this format. It's simply letters back and forth between a husband and wife during a difficult time in their lives. I must admit that I was thinking about this book when I was away from it, and I love [...]

I wanted to read an Epistolary novel for a reading challenge. Researching titles was fun, and I finally settled on this one. I thought their letters to each other about their relationship were sweet and sappy but I actually enjoyed it more than I thought I would because of the little twists and turns towards the end.

An epistle is a letter sent to a person or group of people that is generally elegant, formal and didactic in nature. This is the form of Luanne Rice and Joseph Monninger’s collaborative novel, The Letters.Sam and Hadley West have lost their only child, Paul, in a plane crash in Alaska, where he had gone to teach. The loss of their son throws their marriage into turmoil and they are now on opposite sides of continent waiting for their divorce to become final. Hadley, an artist, is holed up in a [...]

Luanne Rice and Joseph Monninger have created a charming book in The Letters. Although in reading, one feels like they've stumbled upon a couples' private collection of letters to one another, the book is touching and sincere. Sam and Hadley have lost their only son in a terrible plane accident. Years later, they separate on their own journeys and soul searches in order to figure things out. Sam takes off to Alaska where their son's plane had crashed, and Hadley finds herself a cottage in Maine [...]

Having owned 2 Siberian Huskies, I have always had a romantic feeling for sled dog racing and Alaska. This was a book of letters between an estranged husband and wife who were struggling with the loss of their son in an airplane crash in the wilds of Alaska. Sam, the father, felt compelled to travel by dog sled to the site of the plane crash. Hadley, the mother, took refuge in Maine to paint, get sober, and heal. The letters were detailed about the scenery, the happenings and their feelings. The [...]

Thank you, Megan for this recommendation. I really enjoyed reading it:)

Este livro desiludiu-me imenso. Apesar de ser um tema que toca o coração a forma como é abordado não transmite nada e no fim fica um vazio.

I enjoyed the format as it was just letters back and forth to husband and wife but the plot was stupid. I didnt like the charachters and it was just over all a dumb book.

A correspondence between an estranged husband and wife as the husband heads off to Alaska to investigate the death of their son. Heart wrenching and thought provoking.

In Luann Rice's The Letters, she told us a gripping and moving story about love, life and loss in one powerful woman's fiction novel. For Hadley and Sam West, they had split up after their own child, Paul, died in a plane crash in Alaska. They went their separate ways and filed for divorce, when their love went wrong. For Sam, he had sent her the first letters, when he was set out to go to Alaska to see where the plane crashed and learned about dog mushing in his first Alaskan adventures. For Ha [...]

Dealing with a loss can pull two people closer together or completely break them apart. In this story of love and loss and breaking points, Sam and Hendly are tested to the limit. They each need to figure out their own ways to overcome grief and find their way. Their journey will bring you to tears and pierce your heart, while getting to know them personally through letter form. I've always believed that words and feelings are best expressed through writing and this story is embedded in so many [...]

Really liked this book until the very end. The ending just went off on a tangent and it disappointed and annoyed me. That's when my rating dropped from a 4 to a 3. Hadley's crazy, rambling letters were not interesting and I just skimmed quickly to the end. Totally disappointed in the ending.

This is not my thing and I did not enjoy it at all. I was reading this because for some reason I had a copy of it and I needed to read a book of letters for my popsugar reading challenge. The only thing I am glad about is that I completed this goal. On to the next!

I started off not liking this book. Then I ended up liking it and again not liking the ending.

Such a moving story - so glad I finally read it.

A very very simple story. It was just ok and a small book so I finished it.

I am a fan of Luanne Rice. I have read all of her works and enjoy everyone and "The Letters" Is no exception. Granted, it is a short novel but very powerful! "All roads lead to back to home"

Synopsis: "Is there any mystery greater than those we love the most? In this remarkable collaboration, New York Times bestselling author Luanne Rice and Joseph Monninger combine their unique talents to create a powerfully moving novel of an estranged husband and wife through a series of searching, intimate letters. By way of a correspondence so achingly real you’ll forget it’s fiction, they trace the history of a love affair and of a family before, and after, the moment that changed the cour [...]

Rice and Monninger collaborated to produce a collection of letters between a couple on the brink of divorce following the death of their only son. The letters enabled this couple to delve inward and verbalise on paper what they might have been unable to do face-to-face. Needless to say that the letters saved their relationship and helped them to deal with their grief, analyse their behaviour (past and current), and come to grips to what indeed mattered. This novel was published in 2008 and it ha [...]

This novel was a series of searching, intimate letters of an estranged husband and wife. They are dealing with the death oftheir adult son several years previously very poorly. The lettersare written when the husband goes to Alaska and travels by dogsled (interesting info on how that works) to the site of the planecrash. The wife is spending the winter at a cottage off the coastof Maine. My favorite part is how the husband dares to initiatethe correspondence and the wife eventually responds with [...]


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