A Road Through the Mountains Kindle ´ Road Through

A Road Through the Mountains Kindle ´ Road Through


A Road Through the Mountains ✶ [BOOKS] ✪ A Road Through the Mountains By Elizabeth McGregor ❀ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk From Elizabeth McGregor comes an unforgettably moving, richly layered novel with a timeless love story at its core Beautiful, suspenseful, hauntingly erotic, A Road Through the Mountains tells of one From Elizabeth McGregor comes an unforgettably moving, richly Through the PDF/EPUB ä layered novel with a timeless love story at its core Beautiful, suspenseful, hauntingly erotic, A Road Through the Mountains tells of one woman s extraordinary A Road PDF or journey to a new life with the help of the man she thought she d lost long ago a journey that will take hold of your heartAnna Russell is a talented painter and single Road Through the MOBI ð mother Her daughter, Rachel, is a ten year old whose undoubtedly gifted mind is trapped by a form of autism known as Asperger Syndrome When a car accident leaves Anna in a coma, both their lives and the lives of all those around them are changed forever Across the Atlantic, David Mortimer receives an unexpected phone call from Anna s mother The scientist is stunned to learn that he s a father His long ago affair with Anna was short and intense when she suddenly returned home to the States, David slipped into a reclusive life of research, haunted by memories of the girl who d left him without explanation Now he knows he must break his self imposed isolation, go to Boston and the woman he s always loved, meet the child he never knew he had and perhaps coax them both out of their silenceBut as David attempts to put together the puzzle of Anna s life as an artist, mother, and daughter, he finds himself involved in a relationship with Anna far intimate than he expected Why did she leave him so many years before Where, as she lies in a coma, is she now And how is it that he loves this woman even after all these years When he stumbles across Anna s mysterious fascination with the rare flowers that were once their shared passion, he and Rachel, their beautiful, sensitive child, may just have discovered how to help Anna find a way back A Road Through the MountainsLyric, tender, as fragile and enduring as love itself, A Road Through the Mountains draws upon its author s personal experiences and establishes Elizabeth McGregor as a major storyteller.

    A Road Through the Mountains Kindle ´ Road Through their lives and the lives of all those around them are changed forever Across the Atlantic, David Mortimer receives an unexpected phone call from Anna s mother The scientist is stunned to learn that he s a father His long ago affair with Anna was short and intense when she suddenly returned home to the States, David slipped into a reclusive life of research, haunted by memories of the girl who d left him without explanation Now he knows he must break his self imposed isolation, go to Boston and the woman he s always loved, meet the child he never knew he had and perhaps coax them both out of their silenceBut as David attempts to put together the puzzle of Anna s life as an artist, mother, and daughter, he finds himself involved in a relationship with Anna far intimate than he expected Why did she leave him so many years before Where, as she lies in a coma, is she now And how is it that he loves this woman even after all these years When he stumbles across Anna s mysterious fascination with the rare flowers that were once their shared passion, he and Rachel, their beautiful, sensitive child, may just have discovered how to help Anna find a way back A Road Through the MountainsLyric, tender, as fragile and enduring as love itself, A Road Through the Mountains draws upon its author s personal experiences and establishes Elizabeth McGregor as a major storyteller."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • A Road Through the Mountains
  • Elizabeth McGregor
  • English
  • 28 March 2018
  • 0553803581

About the Author: Elizabeth McGregor

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Through the PDF/EPUB ä GoodReads database with this name Elizabeth McGregor is a pseudonym for Elizabeth Cooke She also writes as Holly Fox.



10 thoughts on “A Road Through the Mountains

  1. Liliflaj Liliflaj says:

    lepa ljubavna prica, ali previse botanike

  2. Anna Anna says:

    I wanted to like this book a lotthan I did I found myself skimming through the long descriptions of flowers and plants It became tedious with too much description and not enough action.

  3. Penny P Hammack Penny P Hammack says:

    An adequate short story long on padding Told me waythan I wanted to know on botany and almost nothing about Asperger s Syndrome except about how difficult it is Long dreamlike passages that I guess were supposed to tell me how the mother was processing a coma but eminently skip able as were the even longer passages on botany The epilog left me feeling that the author didn t know how to end it so skipped over the gritty parts I get tired of reading about independently wealthy people w An adequate short story long on padding Told me waythan I wanted to know on botany and almost nothing about Asperger s Syndrome except about how difficult it is Long dreamlike passages that I guess were supposed to tell me how the mother was processing a coma but eminently skip able as were the even longer passages on botany The epilog left me feeling that the author didn t know how to end it so skipped over the gritty parts I get tired of reading about independently wealthy people who can just do anything they want to but these people aren t wealthy and it makes you wonder how they manage day to day

  4. Moira Moira says:

    Achtung Dies ist meine pers nliche Meinung Meine Meinung wurde nicht gef lscht Alles was ich schreibe kommt von mir Falls Du das Buch lesen m chtest, bitte ich dich, bei den Buchhandlungen deines Vertrauens oder bei den kleineren zu kaufen Sie brauchen unsere Unterst tzung Dieses Buch habe ich auf Youtube im Gelesene B cher Januar 2020 vorgestellt Schaut gerne darin vorbei Freue mich auf Euren BesuchWas f r eine sch ne Geschichte es ist, aber dennoch hat es gehappert Ich kam nicht wirkli Achtung Dies ist meine pers nliche Meinung Meine Meinung wurde nicht gef lscht Alles was ich schreibe kommt von mir Falls Du das Buch lesen m chtest, bitte ich dich, bei den Buchhandlungen deines Vertrauens oder bei den kleineren zu kaufen Sie brauchen unsere Unterst tzung Dieses Buch habe ich auf Youtube im Gelesene B cher Januar 2020 vorgestellt Schaut gerne darin vorbei Freue mich auf Euren BesuchWas f r eine sch ne Geschichte es ist, aber dennoch hat es gehappert Ich kam nicht wirklich in die Geschichte hinein Die ganzen Zeiten wechsel von Heut dann damals und die verschiedenen Sichten brachten die Geschichte ein Kuddelmuddel, dass mich immer mehr und mehr die Geschichte mich entfremdet hat Ich hatte ehrlich gesagt keine Lust gehabt weiter zu lesen Es war alles ein bisschen zu viel des ganzen Ich war verwirrt und wusste zudem nicht mehr, wer der gute und wer der b se war.Aber nun mal zum AnfangIrgend wann vor Jahren mal habe ich dieses Buch bei meiner Oma gekauft Die B cher verkauften sie teilweise f r 50 Cent oder 1 Euro Ich habe ehrlich gesagt keine Ahnung was mich da geritten hat, dieses Buch zu kaufen Ob es mir damals gefallen hat, das wei ich leider nicht.Anna lernte den Oxforder David Mortimer kennen und lieben Und David hatte einen Traum mit ihr nach Asien zu reisen oder nach China Allerdings wurde Anna schwanger von ihm und haute ab 11 Jahre sp ter, erfolgreiche K nstlerin mit einem andere Mann vergeben, der nicht wirklich die nette Art hat,Anna hatte mit ihrer Tochter einen Autounfall und hat seit 10 Jahren keinen Kontakt mit David Mortimer Sie liegt im Kino und man vermutet, dass sie sterben wird Obwohl sie eigentlich keine Zeit hat zum sterben und obwohl ihr toller Freund wei dass seine Freundin im Krankenhaus liegt und schwer verletzt ist, wird die Vernissage von Anna nicht abgesagt Ihre Bilder verkaufen sich David wird von Annas Mutter angerufen David ahnt nicht, dass er Vater einer Tochter ist, die sehr anders ist als sonst Er will gar nicht zu Anna fahren, weil er keinen Grund sieht, und erf hrt Er ist Vater Er lernt Annas Mutter und ihr Freund kennen Und was dann passiert.Die Idee zu dieser Geschichte klingt echt gut und macht eigentlich sehr neugierig Dennoch ich kam nicht mit den Personen warm F r mich hat das ganze ein Chaos hinterlassen Es gibt drei Sichten, die eine Sicht von Anna, aus damals, die andere Sicht mit David der heutigen Zeit und vielleicht noch eine andere, die Mutter von Anna Es war alles irgend wie verwirrend Man h tte die ganzen Vorgeschichten wie sie sich kennen gelernt haben, schon vor dem zusammensto t zeigen sollen und es so machen, das es nicht so verwirrend r ber kam.Auch als David James eine reinhaute, weil James ein mieser Charakter war, hat es mich nicht sonderlich begeistert Erst auf der letzten Seite wacht Anna vom Koma auf, was ich sehr schade fand, denn damit machte sie die Geschichte noch mehr kaputt Ich f nde es sch ner gefunden, wenn Anna 3 Monate sp ter aufwacht und was dann passiert, erf hrt Denn danach wei man nicht, was mit Annas Mutter los ist Geht es ihr gut Ist sie krankDas Buchcover ist ein anderes Man sieht nur einen Taubenbaum mehr aber auch nicht Der Schreibstil ist ok

  5. Connie G Connie G says:

    A car accident leaves the beautiful artist Anna Russell in a coma Her mother, Grace, calls botanist David Mortimer to fly from England to Boston She informs him that Anna s child, Rachel, is his daughter from a university relationship Ten year old Rachel, who has Asperger s syndrome, is gifted but finds it difficult to relate to other people She is fascinated by maps and bridges.When they were students and lovers, David told Anna of his dreams of going on a trip to China following the route A car accident leaves the beautiful artist Anna Russell in a coma Her mother, Grace, calls botanist David Mortimer to fly from England to Boston She informs him that Anna s child, Rachel, is his daughter from a university relationship Ten year old Rachel, who has Asperger s syndrome, is gifted but finds it difficult to relate to other people She is fascinated by maps and bridges.When they were students and lovers, David told Anna of his dreams of going on a trip to China following the route of the famous botanist Ernest Wilson He attempts to reach Anna, who lies in a coma, by telling her again about Wilson s journey along with tactile devices, and Rachel makes large maps of the trek.The book had beautiful lyrical writing, and engaging characters But far too much of the book was spent on Wilson s story in China which slowed down the plot Since there are many botanical descriptions and historical accounts in this book, I would recommend it only for readers who enjoy nature and gardening

  6. Alison Alison says:

    From the book description Anna Russell is a talented painter and single mother Her daughter, Rachel, is a ten year old whose undoubtedly gifted mind is trapped by a form of autism known as Asperger Syndrome When a car accident leaves Anna in a coma, both their lives and the lives of all those around them are changed forever Across the Atlantic, David Mortimer receives an unexpected phone call from Anna s mother The scientist is stunned to learn that he s a father His long ago affair with A From the book description Anna Russell is a talented painter and single mother Her daughter, Rachel, is a ten year old whose undoubtedly gifted mind is trapped by a form of autism known as Asperger Syndrome When a car accident leaves Anna in a coma, both their lives and the lives of all those around them are changed forever Across the Atlantic, David Mortimer receives an unexpected phone call from Anna s mother The scientist is stunned to learn that he s a father His long ago affair with Anna was short and intense when she suddenly returned home to the States, David slipped into a reclusive life of research, haunted by memories of the girl who d left him without explanation Now he knows he must break his self imposed isolation, go to Boston and the woman he s always loved, meet the child he never knew he had and perhaps coax them both out of their silence

  7. Lynne Lynne says:

    I read it to learnabout Asperger s syndrome, which my 6 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with It was good for this, but it was a bit of a cheesy romantic tale It did involve a 10 year old girl with Aspergers, the mother in a coma, and the father never having been told he was her father being called in by the grandmother It might appealto someone liking romances and definitely soap operas Still, it is light entertaining fare, and that is sometimes what is needed by anyone I read it to learnabout Asperger s syndrome, which my 6 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with It was good for this, but it was a bit of a cheesy romantic tale It did involve a 10 year old girl with Aspergers, the mother in a coma, and the father never having been told he was her father being called in by the grandmother It might appealto someone liking romances and definitely soap operas Still, it is light entertaining fare, and that is sometimes what is needed by anyone, particularly those dealing with the stresses of having their children diagnosed with autism

  8. Dora Okeyo Dora Okeyo says:

    A story about time, fears and a tragedy that forces David Mortimer to go back in time in search of answers while hoping to revive his love I did love the flow and details especially in the middle of the story as it built up to David understanding why Anna did what she did back then and how she carried on eleven years after having their daughter, Rachel.

  9. Dorien Dorien says:

    Very predictable, very badly written It was like the author did research on two topics the explorer man and his journey and a guidebook on trees and plants And then typed pages and pages full of that information right into her story Way too long, way too boring I doubted wether she even knew the plants she was describing herself It didn t really live as it should have.

  10. Rosi Rosi says:

    I loved the characters in this book one or possiblybeing a young girl with Aspergers Syndrome The story was wobbly good in parts not so good in others I am torn about whether I liked it or not.

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