Hopscotch

Hopscotch Denyse Devlin is the author of three highly acclaimed novels including the bestselling The Catalpa Tree Hopscotch is the gripping story of how one woman copes when her life spins out of cotnrol An ev

  • Title: Hopscotch
  • Author: Denyse Devlin
  • ISBN: 9780141029771
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Denyse Devlin is the author of three highly acclaimed novels, including the bestselling The Catalpa Tree Hopscotch is the gripping story of how one woman copes when her life spins out of cotnrol An ever twisting plot takes her from Cork to Sydney and back via, amongst other places, Sweden, Bucharest and Singapore

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      Published :2019-02-09T03:10:30+00:00

    About " Denyse Devlin "

  • Denyse Devlin

    Denyse Devlin, who also writes as Denyse Woods, was born in Boston in 1958 and is the daughter of an Irish diplomat As a result of that, and of her career as a translator in the Middle East, she has travelled extensively and had many homes around the world In 1987 she settled in Co Cork with her husband They have two teenage daughters.

  • 993 Comments

  • Utterly dire.Struggled through this. There was no point to it! The only reason I kept on reading is to find out why she ran off from her husband and that revelation came less than 100 pages from the end and was not worth the wait.Skim read through the last 200 pages and can honestly say that I don't think I missed anything.Ugh, just UGH.


  • I loved The Catalpa Tree. Really loved it. And I think I loved this one, too. Maybe not quite as much, as there were times when the character really annoyed me but all the same, I liked it. A lot. And I will absolutely keep reading as long as she is writing.


  • Disappointed. Kept thinking the main character would get some morals or at least a sense of conscience, no such chance!



  • Too long, I wanted to find out what had happened to get her into the situation she was in but it was a slog to get to the end. The travel scenes were very well written though.


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