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Coastliners

Joanne Harris

Coastliners

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Published by Ulverscroft Large Print .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern fiction,
  • General,
  • Unabridged Audio - Fiction/General

  • Edition Notes

    Soundings CD Library

    ContributionsAnne Cater (Narrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatAudio CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9661085M
    ISBN 101842833081
    ISBN 109781842833087
    OCLC/WorldCa52129245

    Check out this great listen on Set on a small, blustery fishing island off the coast of France, Coastliners is the story of Mado, a young woman who returns to her childhood home to find the local community torn apart by family feuds, bad tides, and murky political machinations. Pas.


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'Coastliners' is a gripping, original book with its unusual setting and plot. The remote island is very well conjured up, and I can visualise the streets of the village very clearly. The characters are eccentric and memorable, and Mado herself is an interesting, rounded lead character/5(50).

Coastliners book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mado has been adrift for too long. After ten years in Paris, she retur /5.

Reading Group Guide. An Introduction to Coastliners. The island called Le Devin is shaped somewhat like a sleeping woman. At her head is the tumbledown village of Les Salants, while the more prosperous and tourist-friendly town of La Houssinière lies at the crook of her knees/5(23). 'Coastliners' is a gripping, original book with its unusual setting and plot.

The remote island is very well conjured up, and I can visualise the streets of the village very clearly. The characters are eccentric and memorable, and Mado herself is an interesting, rounded lead character.

I found the final quarter very tense and emotional, and /5(95). 'Coastliners' is a gripping, original book with its unusual setting and plot. The remote island is very well conjured up, and I can visualise the streets of the village very clearly.

The characters are eccentric and memorable, and Mado herself is an interesting, rounded lead character/5(96). Coastliners Ottakars on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(50).

Coastliners - Kindle edition by Joanne Harris. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Coastliners/5(50). Coastliners Joanne Harris pp, Doubleday, £ Le Devin, an island so small that it is only a bicycle ride from one end to the other, consists of two feuding : Stuart Jeffries.

Because my books already borrow quite a lot from members of my family, their history and their memories, I have to be especially careful not to go too far, not to re-open old wounds.

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Books Go Search Hello Select your address /5(77). 'Coastliners' is a gripping, original book with its unusual setting and plot. The remote island is very well conjured up, and I can visualise the streets of the village very clearly.

The characters are eccentric and memorable, and Mado herself is an interesting, rounded lead character/5(95). This book, unlike her others, does not focus on food, but rather on community and on pride. Coastliners is big, bold, sultry.

Like many stories set in France, this novel is steeped in generations of family secrets and passions; it seems just begging for a cast including Gerard Depardieu. Coastliners is the kind of book you'd read when you're looking for something comfortable and easy, something relaxing to pass the time.

The writing is smooth and the environment appealing. While the plot and the characters can feel somewhat shallow at times, the entire thing is suffused with a great deal of charm, making it a pleasant /5(K).

COASTLINERS is a potpourri of mystery, romance, and suspense. Readers follow in the footsteps of Madeleine or "Mado," a young woman who returns to her island home to a silent father and a community that is quickly slipping into the sea. Coastliners by Joanne Harris When Grosjean's estranged daughter Mado returns to Le Devin, a tiny island caught like a crab in the shallow seas of northern France, she brings with her an air of energy and change that ruffles the crusty local fisherman.

Divided squarely into two warring communities, the people from La Houssinià ƒÃ ¨re on the near side and those from Les Salants on the far Book Edition: New Ed, Buy a cheap copy of Coastliners book by Joanne Harris. After three novels which centered around gastronomic pleasures, Joanne Harris's Coastliners focuses on more astringent joys.

Sea, gritty sand, and adverse weather Free shipping over $/5(5). Coastliners: A Novel by Joanne Harris and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 'Coastliners' is a gripping, original book with its unusual setting and plot.

The remote island is very well conjured up, and I can visualise the streets of the village very clearly. The characters are eccentric and memorable, and Mado herself is an interesting, rounded lead character/5(61). Coastliners is a book about longing to belong, and Joanne Harris charts that emotional voyage compellingly.

--Eithne Farry. Amazon Review. After three novels which centred around gastronomic pleasures Joanne Harris's new book, Coastliners, focuses on more astringent joys/5(95). Coastliners deals with the return of a daughter to a small village on an island off the coast of France, near Nantes.

There is a lot of small town politics, French style, family feuds, and resentment at the richer part of the island until the villagers have to pull together to stop nature/5(14). Coastliners. By: Joanne Harris. Narrated by: Vivien Benesch.

Free with day trial $/month after 30 days. Cancel anytime. Book 3 By: Jean-Luc Bannalec Narrated by: Graham Halstead. 'Coastliners' is a gripping, original book with its unusual setting and plot. The remote island is very well conjured up, and I can visualise the streets of the village very clearly.

The characters are eccentric and memorable, and Mado herself is an interesting, rounded lead character/5. COASTLINERS Joanne Harris, Author.

Morrow $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS This book lacks the lurid erotic power of Chocolat. Joanne Harris - Coastliners: A Novel. to my mother JEANNETTE PAYEN SHORT Contents Prologue Part One Flotsom and Jetsom3/5(18).

Coastliners; About the Book; About the Book. About the Book Coastliners. by Joanne Harris. The island called Le Devin is shaped somewhat like a sleeping woman. At her head is the tumbledown village of Les Salants, while the more prosperous and tourist-friendly town of La Houssinière lies at the crook of her knees.

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Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. Coastliners A Novel (Book): Harris, Joanne: Joanne Harris writes fiction that engages every one of the senses: reviewers called Chocolat delectable and Five Quarters of the Orange sweet and powerful.

In her new novel, she takes readers to a tiny French island where you can almost taste the salt on your lips. The island, called Le Devin, is shaped somewhat like a sleeping woman. Editions for Coastliners: (Paperback published in ), (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Paperback published.

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Coastliners: a novel. [Joanne Harris] -- Madeleine returns to her home on the French island of Le Devin after ten years in Paris to find her father has retreated into himself and her village is crumbling around him. Joanne Harris' Coastliners is a departure from her Lansquenet stories (Chocolat, Blackberry Wine).She leaves the sleepy French mainland village and all of its upbeat charm and magical realism for a sleepy French island village full of superstition, suspicion, envy, competition, lethargy and - finally - hope.

Coastliners by Joanne Harris starting at $ Coastliners has 10 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Coastliners is another triumph for Joanne Harris who shows that her powerful imagery is not exclusive to food and uses the coastline, sea and beaches to heighten the senses, drawing the reader Read more User-contributed reviews Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>.

Get this from a library. Coastliners. [Joanne Harris] -- This is a novel about a hardy island community fighting the encroaching seas. A young woman returns to her home island off the Atlantic coast and tries to stop the decline of her father's fishing. The South Bay Coastliners.

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Read "Coastliners A Novel" by Joanne Harris available from Rakuten Kobo. Mado has been adrift for too long. After ten years in Paris, she returns to the small island of Le Devin, the home that 5/5.

Get this from a library. Coastliners. [Joanne Harris] -- When Mado returns to her impoverished home town of Les Salents on the tiny Breton island of Le Devin, she finds that her home is under threat by the forces of nature and those of a local entrepreneur.

In an ever-so-cozy tale, a woman returns to the small French island of her ancestry to reconnect with her roots and act generally plucky.

Amid descriptions of delicious scenery, quaint customs, and mouthwatering delicacies, the story is told of Madeline (“Mado” to anyone who cares) coming back from Paris to the windswept French island of Le Devin, where her father still lives after her.

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Coastliners: a novel. [Joanne Harris] -- Madeleine returns to Le Devin after a decade in Paris and finds the island and its people deteriorating, and almost against her will soon finds herself uniting with the town's other lost souls for.The Malibu group's songs about the beach, surfing, cars and girls were something every kid could either identify with or simply wanted to.

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