Um livro que me fez chorar e não gosto de chorar! Uma história que tem algo de mim e tanto de gente de que eu gosto. Uma história cruel sobre amor. Sobre o. O livro Dançando Sobre Cacos de Vidro, da autora Ka Hancock, publicado no Brasil pela Editora Arqueiro, em , de páginas, é uma boa pedida pa. Olá faroleiros! Tem resenha do livro Dançando Sobre Cacos de Vidro da autora: Ka Hancock/Dancing on Broken Glass, publicado pela Editora Arqueiro.
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Heartbreaking love story that will stay with me for a long time. I sincerely hope she will write dznando book She was able to convey all of this to ccaos reader in a beautiful way. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Someone please intrigue me with your knowledge? I’m not going to name t I read this book before my Goodreads initiation, but it is a book that Dananfo absolutely loved and selfishly do not appear to recommend very often.
Mental illness, marital happiness or discontent, commitment to marriage vows, love, illness, loss, grief, death, dying, faith, God, peace. Eventually you’re at the other side. Who cares how many stars? I don’t really have anything negative to say about the audiobook production at all! It’s usually short but clearly and concisely, with raw honesty describes his mood disorder in a way that a textbook can’t.
Dancing on Broken Glass by Ka Hancock
Feb 04, Rebecca rated it it was amazing. If she does not publish again, sobte would be the readers loss, but this book alone would be her triumph. And nobody’s fighting for me. Well here’s some pretty darn nice!
I liked the surprise, even though it was unsettling for some reason.
Death is also not the end but a continuation. This is just an incredible book, although it does make you feel saddened at the end. I finished this one before work and couldn’t stop thinking about it the whole time I was there and telling everyone that they needed to read it too. Mit Chicklit hat Tanz auf Glas jedenfalls wenig gemein und auch in die Kategorie Schnulze passt es nicht so recht.
I’ve never cried like I did as I finished this, but it was so worth it! Jan 20, Donna rated it really liked it Shelves: The two leads, the charming ce it’s set in, the supporting characters are all amazing. Eine Frohnatur, egal welche Steine ihr wieder in den Weg gelegt werden.
I loved the writing in this book. There are no shortcuts to a happy marriage. Having lost loved ones to cancer, I also thought that her description of the heartbreak and even strange joys of that ordeal rang absolutely true.
I appreciate my readers and make it my goal to be upfront and honest. That has been said about so many famous literary couples, but this is I won this through Firstreads giveaways, and I would like to thank the author for providing this book for me to read. Be sure to keep the tissues handy. This book took me by surprise. I have written the first sentence multiple times and I’m still struggling how to begin. Somehow, as sad as this story was, after turning the last page I felt content as if redeemed that life would be OK.
Intractable sadness has nothing to do with synapses, or brain chemistry, or essential salts, it’s born of something. Forse, per una volta, potremmo lasciar perdere coerenza della trama e concentrarci sul significato che vi si nasconde dietro. View all 7 comments. Yes, it was difficult to read at times and completely flayed my heart in two.
They were both such good and honest people. They were real folks, people I recognized. I nearly fell off the treadmill at our local rec center, crying my eyes out. The details were rich and they painted a picture with a nice depth. Death is not a verb but a noun. Eu e o Bam: The author didn’t make all my predictions come true. In the end tragedy has its day, but it is the love that is strongest. And simple actions that were ccos profound.
I was pulled into the lives of ccacos people.
Dançando sobre cacos de vidro
But as I said, I felt this was also a life story, with lessons on how to love, how to struggle, how to lose, how to come out on the other side. I have had this book on my tbr for awhile and just decided to pick it up.
Don’t get me wrong it’s a definite tearjerker and having watched my dad die from cancer there were scenes in this book that almost brought me to my knees reliving my own experience and grief with the dreaded “C” but that is part of what made this book so real and meaningful to me.
There were simple lines that conveyed deep emotion. Somewhere between raising her family, going to school, working and getting the laundry done, she managed to write a novel that takes an unvarnished look at imperfect love, loss, and bipolar disorder.
You feel the fear, the anger, the sadness but in the end you are left with the feeling that no matter what, the strength of love endures. Seeing the kind of true love that sticks it out. They’ve had their fair share of struggles over the years but their unyielding love for each other helps them persevere through the darkest of times.