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The Choice by [Lewis, Susan]
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"A tear-jerker, and a perfect blend of passion, heartache and intrigue" (News of the World, 4 stars)

"Utterly compelling" (Sun)

"Beautifully descriptive" (Best)

"Well written with good characters and an original plot" (No.1 Magazine)

"Harrowing but brilliantly written" (Sun)

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The compelling new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Missing.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1521 KB
  • Print Length: 430 pages
  • Publisher: Cornerstone Digital (19 Jan. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00355ERRY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 158 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,927 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have been reading Susan Lewis books since she started writing and have always been a huge fan. Don't get me wrong, not always perfect, but her books never fail to leave me with an immense feeling of satisfaction. Therefore, I find myself almost waiting for a book to not live up to my expectations, which unfortunately happens to some authors who have been writing for a while. What I wasn't prepared for was a book as fantastic as this one.

Nikki Grant is a young girl who is at odds with her parents. She is only young and has huge dreams and ambition to become a screenwriter. Her boyfriend Spence lives in a shared house with her along with some other friends and between them they all have talents that lie in the acting, producing and directing field. Nikki's parents have made it clear that they do not like her lifestyle or her choice of friends and boyfriend. Spence is the love of Nikki's life and she decides that no matter what her parents say she is determined to live her life the way she wants to. If that means her relationship with her parents disappears then so be it. When Nikki discovers she is pregnant she decides to give it one more shot to make things work with her parents. Unfortunately it fails and she decides that she will make the most of her life with Spence and the baby on her own.

In the house that Nikki and Spence share is Danny, David and Kristen. All three of them have contributed to a short film along with Nikki and Spence and the work has caught the eye of Drake, a very famous and successful man in the film industry. When he offers Spence the chance to start a new project for a small fortune he takes the opportunity to start providing for his girlfriend and baby.
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I am surprised by some of the negative reviews of this book - if I had read the reviews first I wouldn't have bothered reading the book. This is a sad story in many ways but not miserable and is also quite uplifting in places. The relationships between all of the characters are portrayed very well and the reactions of a family that is used to wealth and is now dealing without the comfort of money, is handled very well. Friendships are put to the test in this storyline and the challenges faced by all are dealt with very well. This is a book well worth reading.
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Love Susan Lewis, nearly read all her books and never been disappointed.

I did think this got off to rather a slow start but by 35% I was hooked and couldn't put it down, read it over two days. I have had this in my Kindle library along with a few others of S.L's for quite a while and only just got round to reading it. I would say it is a really good page turner and kept me on the edge of my seat to see what the outcome would be.

Looking forward to reading her latest ones which are on my Wish List.
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The book started off well, wanting me to learn about the characters and drawing me in. However, when the main part of the plot began to unfold, I realized that a lot of the build up was unnecessary and did not really mean anything, it suddenly felt as though it was a way to Fill out the book.
The main plot had me gripped and I wanted to know what happened in the end. It was a nice ending and it all tied in properly.
Great book but could be much shorter and get to the main issues earlier without the unnecessary information about all of the characters lives.
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This is definitely one of my favourite Susan Lewis books. An emotional roller-coaster which had me in tears, it was so moving. A subject obviously thoroughly researched and added to characters with such depth made for a gripping read. Like other reviewers I would never have guessed the outcome, a book I found hard to put down. Can't wait for the next one.
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This story got off to a good start but lost impact as it seemed to just trundle along in the middle. Great twiat towards the end. It is such an emotional roller coaster anf the author handles the subject well.
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I discovered Susan Lewis many years ago. The first book I read was "The French Affair" and I have had a love affair with her books ever since. Her unique scene setting, juicy descriptions and dialogue draw me in and keep me there until I am emotionally attached to every character. "The Choice" was no exception. The leading lady Nikki, suffers an internal conflict that every mother fears she will face. How deep does a mother's love go? Does Nikki have the bravery and strength to do what's best? Susan's tremendous ability to weave the story lines and characters around Nikki made it easy to feel the support she had and the conflict she faced.

The story is about a young woman living with her boyfriend and a group of colourful friends who are struggling artists in the film industry. The thirst for success and loyalty for each other bring one intriguing chapter after another. They become a surrogate family to Nikki, as she doesn't quite live up to her parents' expectations, especially when she becomes pregnant.

The book takes you through a maze of emotions with Nikki as she struggles to make 'a rock and a hard' place decision. Which choice will lead her to a dead end, and whose advice will show her to clear open resolve? Nikki encounters betrayals that tempt to trick her into taking a wrong turn. The suspense and struggle of Nikki making her way through this maze of confusion and emotional angst is a story worth reading.

Susan Lewis should be celebrated for The Choice. Her talent for creating these flowing words easily carries you from page to page not wanting to set it down for one moment. Finish all your work and family duties in advance for when you sit down to read this book - you won't get anything else done. A perfect escape and break that leaves you feeling satisfied for the story, but craving the next Susan Lewis novel.
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