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Annie's Lovely Choir by the Sea: A heartwarming laugh out loud romantic comedy by [Eeles, Liz]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1850 KB
  • Print Length: 338 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1786810638
  • Publisher: Bookouture (18 May 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XCWMT1P
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,419 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have never written a review for a book ever, despite being an avid reader for 50 years. However I felt the need with this book to write a review to encourage other people to read it. I like other reviewers, are getting weary of reading the same old chick lit books which feel very similar and often have a predictable ending. I absolutely loved this book and devoured it in two sittings and I hope number two is out shortly! I still cannot believe this is a first time author and hope there are many more books to come.
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Every now and again, you pick up a book (or your Kindle) and find a story that just seems so easy-to-read that it feels like coming home. Which, in the case of Annie's Lovely Choir by the Sea, is quite fitting, really, since that's one of the main themes of the story.

Annie Trebarwith is a real loner. Since the death of her mum, she has been living an independent life in London, sharing a flat in the capital, embarking on a series of temporary office jobs, and putting her failed romance with a lecherous ex behind her. Life with her mother was unconventional, and Annie has grown used to moving around, never settling, never putting down roots. She is all too aware that her mother's Cornish family turned its back on her when she got pregnant and that her parents wanted nothing to do with her, or her baby. As a result, Annie is equally determined to have nothing to do with her extended family.

So it's a bit of a shock when she is invited to Cornwall to visit her great aunt Alice, who has not been well and is in need of help. Finally meeting a member of the family is bad enough, but the culture shock of Cornwall in January, after the busy streets of London, is enough to make Annie decide that this visit will be very brief indeed. Her determination only increases when, upon arrival in the coastal village of Salt Bay, she has an unpleasant encounter with Josh Pascoe - a grumpy-looking chap who definitely isn't someone she wants to get to know better, even if he does look like a cross between Poldark and Richard Armitage.

The dismal, wet weather does nothing to change Annie's mind, but Aunt Alice turns out to be rather lovely, and new friend Kayla, who is Australian and great fun, makes the village more interesting.
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Refreshing and unusual tale which keeps you hooked until the end. We are drawn into Annie's life, starting in London and her reluctant visit to Cornwall to visit a relative she has never met before. She is a bit lonely and unsure of what the future holds but the Cornish village and the residents draw her to them. There are lots of twists and turns and the Choir brings back both sad and happy memories and hopes for the future. Looking forward to the next book.
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Great read comforting, moving thought evoking. Can't wait for next book. Would make a great series following times of the generations.
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A lovely, easy read - although, at a guess, perhaps not so easy to write because there's so much going on besides the story of Annie and Josh. I enjoyed every twist and turn, and these kept me turning the pages right to the end. There are contrasting darker bits here, too, of course, but I loved the Cornish setting, the music and the feel-good ending. Here's to the next instalment. I'm looking forward to it!
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What a wonderful story! I felt that the characters were my friends and I loved the Cornish landscape that was so brilliantly described. I could hear the waves crashing, so descriptive was the writing. I can't wait for the next book, I so want Toby to redeem himself! (Hope that's not a spoiler!) I really must visit Cornwall at last to see where my ancestors hailed from. Thank you for an unputdownable read!
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I very much enjoyed the story and the setting, as my father was from Cornwall and I still have family there. As I have also recently joined a choir it made another connection. Unfortunately I'm past the age for meeting hunky young men but loved the fact that Annie and Josh eventually got together. I would have liked to know what happened tot the picture and whether Alice ever went back to her house.
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Not generally a great fan of chick lit but I loved this book. A great summer read with plenty of twists and turns, The way Annie's character develops and matures through the book is masterful, as she is forced to review her pre-conceptions and look again at people and issues that she meets through the story. The other characters are all skilfully drawn and by the end of the book we feel we have really got to know them. The Cornish setting comes as a breath of fresh air from the description of the bustle and crowds of London. Looking forward to the next book Liz.
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