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10 thoughts on “Summer of '69

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    “People are people”More than anything else it’s the people Elin Hilderbrand brings to life among her pages that have me chomping at the bit for her annual June and now October releases And while many authors contribute to this genre space for me it is Hilderbrand’s smart and often relatable approach to the “beach read” that has

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    4 full family drama sisterhood entertaining amazing journey to the end of sixties while listening Man on the moon and singing “those were the best days of my life” as like Bryan Adams sang starsYou don’t have to be Marty McFly by driving a special car is invented by your Dr Brown for time travelling Elin Hilderbrand already ta

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    Wow I just really loved this book I certainly didn't want it to end I rarely say that about a book as I am usually ready for it to wrap up but

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    I think I have a like hate relationship with Elin Hilderbrand’s novelsTo put it bluntly I like Hilderbrand’s stories But I don’t like Hilderbrand’s writingA year ago I read her Winter Street series and found the entire experience to be similar to that of watching a B movie – not that great not totally satisfying but just engaging

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    Evocative entrancing absorbingI have been meaning to read one of ELIN HILDERBRAND books for uite a while now and I am so glad that I finally followed through and read my very first book by her This is some fine storytelling here I totally loved the dynamics between the characters was full heartedly entranced by the setting enraptured by the premise and had a deep fondness for the whole story in general SUMMER OF ‘69

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    I can't stand books that don't respect the reader If you have to explicitly state things or hint so strongly at something you're going to end up telling me about in five pages why bother? Every twist and turn in this novel is so predictableview spoilerAngus's affair with Trixie TRIXIE?? turning out to be his psychiatrist? GaspPick's

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    Summer of ‘69 is my first book I read by Elin Hilderbrand and I have to say it was the perfect one to start with It’s already coming up to the end of summer and we haven’t had any summer weather and I really enjoyed b

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    To say I’ve been ecstatic to read Elin Hilderbrand’s first historical fiction book is an understatement Last summer she wrote her first murder mystery and this summer she brings us Summer of ‘69 ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Expect the stories the Nantucket stories we’ve known and loved from our beloved EH but this time with a historic backdrop The Levin family spends its summers on Nantucket and everyone looks forward to it T

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    There’s a lot going on in Summer of '69 The three sisters in the FoleyLevin family are each embroiled in their own worries The eldest sister is pregnant while her husband is emotionally unavailable and potentially unfaithful the middle sister is striking out on her own but running into trouble and the youngest is stuck in Nantuc

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    Fun in the sun in the summer of '69 Let's see how many times I mention summer during this reviewThis was the embodiment of the feel good summer read without being sappy or melodramatic I've been waiting all year for its release and it was everything I imagined and The story centres on one family – the blended FoleyLevin clan Every June they leave the stifling city heat of Boston for three months to vacatio

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CHARACTERS ï STATIONROADSURGERYWIGSTON.CO.UK ´ Elin Hilderbrand

Ins and unable to travel Middle sister Kirby a nursing student is caught up in the thrilling vortex of civil rights protests a passion which takes her to Martha's Vineyard with her best friend Mary Jo Kopechne Only son Tiger is an infantry soldier recently deployed to Vietnam Thirteen year old Jessie sudde. Evocative entrancing absorbingI have been meaning to read one of ELIN HILDERBRAND books for uite a while now and I am so glad that I finally followed through and read my very first book by her This is some fine storytelling here I totally loved the dynamics between the characters was full heartedly entranced by the setting enraptured by the premise and had a deep fondness for the whole story in general SUMMER OF 69 by ELIN HILDERBRAND is a nostalgic fun touching moving and breezy domestic tale that totally enchanted me I was immediately hooked and fully absorbed within this storyline Being born in 1966 I absolutely loved being transported back to a place in time and era that totally came alive for me It was extremely easy to visualize and experience place and time perfectly through the words expressed here Loved that ELIN HILDERBRAND delivers an intriguing vivid atmospheric beautifully written and retrospective tale here that has woven together some historical moments perfectly into an easy breezy summer read with heart I really loved the tone and flow of this novel It was like sitting down with a good friend on a relaxing summery day while they relayed to me their story Norma s StatsCover A feel good happy summery and lively cover that depicts this time period and storyline perfectlyTitle Intriguing appealing emotive relevant and a simply beautiful representation to storylineWritingProse Compulsively readable expressive prolific engaging and dramatic Plot Dynamic steadily paced fun captivating nostalgic heartfelt relevant and entertainingEnding A beautiful and heartfelt ending that left me feeling totally satiatedOverall I thought this was the perfect summer read and absolutely loved reading the authors note in the end where I found out where the inspiration behind the story came from That just brought in an extra feeling of respect meaning and warmth for the novel for me Would highly recommendThis review along with Brenda s can also be found on our blog

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Nly feels like an only child marooned in the house with her out of touch grandmother who is hiding some secrets of her own As the summer heats up Teddy Kennedy sinks a car in Chappauiddick a man flies to the moon and Jessie experiences some sinking and flying herself as she grows into her own body and mind. Summer of 69 is my first book I read by Elin Hilderbrand and I have to say it was the perfect one to start with It s already coming up to the end of summer and we haven t had any summer weather and I really enjoyed being swept away to the sun in Nantucket The cover alone took me to my happy summer place Elin Hilderbrand weaves a historical fiction family drama with a beach read that was the perfect summer read for me She vividly creates the iconic American summer of 69 while capturing each of the characters own conflicts that represents a theme of that era The writing flows so uietly as Hilderbrand explores a lot of themes here I was immediately drawn into the family dynamics here with their misunderstanding secrets headache and worry Their relationships are complicated however the dynamics between them is easy and light while still capturing their emotional depth and growthI enjoyed every minute of this story and it all came together so well I highly recommend I look forward to diving into one of the many other books by Elin Hilderbrand I own

CHARACTERS ï STATIONROADSURGERYWIGSTON.CO.UK ´ Elin Hilderbrand

Welcome to the most tumultuous summer of the twentieth century It's 1969 and for the Levin family the times they are a changing Every year the children have looked forward to spending the summer with their grandmother in Nantucket but this year Blair the oldest sister is marooned in Boston pregnant with tw. People are people More than anything else it s the people Elin Hilderbrand brings to life among her pages that have me chomping at the bit for her annual June and now October releases And while many authors contribute to this genre space for me it is Hilderbrand s smart and often relatable approach to the beach read that has become synonymous with summer Her work eliciting an eager reader ready to jump on a ferry to Nantucket for a dose of scenery local eats and unparalleled people People who bare their hearts and truths as if we ve always been the closest of friends As if we re all local Nantucketers Last year Hilderbrand pulled off uite the feat with the delivery of her first suspense novel The Perfect Couple A book that not only proved to be one of her strongest yet but earned a coveted spot among my very favorites And this year continuing that trend of branching out Hilderbrand takes a stab at historical fiction transporting readers to Nantucket and Martha s Vineyard during the pivotal summer of 1969 A time that s near and dear to the author s family the very summer she and her twin brother said hello to the world providing the inspiration Summer of 69 brings readers into the lives of the LevinFoley family for what is poised to be a defining time Not only for the family but for the nation as a wholeThe story opens with a jarring prologue which sets the tone for the summer months ahead Tiger the only Levin son has been called to war and deployed to the front lines of Vietnam Tiger in an infantry uniform Blair the oldest sister in Brookline expecting her first child and Kirby the middle sister determined to experience life on Martha s Vineyard means thirteen year old Jessie the youngest sister is on her own Left to spend the summer with her distracted mother Kate and overbearing grandmother Exalta in the family s Nantucket summer home All s Fair Just about everyone is on the precipice of change as told through alternating chapters Kate and each of her three daughters take turns examining their views on life exposing their deepest secrets to the light of day and plucking the strings of the complicated dynamics of the relationships at their fingertips The culmination of their stories and life lessons hit home with the notion people are people This intriguing piece of fiction set amongst actual events the Vietnam War Nixon s tumultuous tenure Apollo 11 and the Chappauiddick incident surprisingly enough offered this 80 s born woman a bit of a history lesson And while I wouldn t say this reads as tried and true historical fiction it still has a very contemporary feel Hilderbrand is successful in turning back the hands of time while remaining true to her brand New and longtime fans are sure to enjoy this summer escape to Nantucket Thanks to Mitchell s Book Corner and Elin Hilderbrand for making it possible for me to add a personalized copy to my collection