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Off Season

To falling in love with Cam; to a marriage filled with exuberance sheer life and safety to try to figure out her futureIt is a journey begun with tender memories and culminating in a revelation that will make Lilly re evaluate everything she thought was true about her husband and her marriag. I toyed between giving this 2 starts or three stars MOST of the book was really good and then there was the ending My mother in law was reading this same book at the same time and neither one of us has any clue what the ending meant We are confused Like I said good book bad ending

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Acclaimed novelist Anne Rivers Siddons's new novel is a stunning tale of love and loss For as long as she can remember they were Cam and Lilly happily married totally in love with each other parents of a beautiful family and partners in life Then after decades of marriage it ended as every g. I am a huge fan of ARS I have read almost every one of her books This one left me scratching my head Why did she end the book the way she did The only thing I can think of is she wanted it to be talked about If that is the reason I think she accomplished her goal If you go out to or Goodreads there are already discussion threads on it The story is about a woman Lilly whose husband dies and she is traveling to the family house in Maine with his ashes Then the story goes back to her childhood when she summered in Maine with her family With a little background and vivid descriptions of the Maine Coast the childhood memory focuses on 1962 when Lilly met Jon Lilly is 11 years old and knows she is in love with Jon The dark side of Anne Rivers Siddons novels appears in this one in the form of a beautiful blond girl named Peaches She finds Jon and Lilly kissing and makes up some story to make it sound l

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Reat love story doesin loss After Cam's death Lilly takes a lone road trip to her and Cam's favorite spot on the remote coast of Maine the place where they fell in love over and over again where their ghosts still dance There she looks hard to her past to a first love that ended in tragedy;. Ack What happened here Prior to this book I ve loved ARS s work As a rule I find them gripping the setting pulls me in and the characters force me to believe in them However Off Season was a great disappointment to me It was slow going at first but did get better The first half seemed terribly disjointed from the second until about the last 30 or so pages and then once the parts of Lily s life started getting entangled with each other the story took an odd almost paranormal sort of shift The ending well it was disgraceful at best I know that ARS can write and write well and I ve never seen a forced ending from her But this one leaves me with the feeling that she just didn t know how to end it I feel cheated and left with way too many uestions Really really disappointing from an otherwise great writer


About the Author: Anne Rivers Siddons

Born Sybil Anne Rivers in Atlanta Georgia she was raised in Fairburn Georgia and attended Auburn University where she was a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority While at Auburn she wrote a column for the student newspaper The Auburn Plainsman that favored integration The university administration attempted to suppress the column and ultimately fired her and the column garnered natio



10 thoughts on “Off Season

  1. says:

    I was breezing along with this book thinking it was a light fluffy slightly overwrought novel until I got to the last thirty pages or so Huh? What happened? Why did it end so abruptly and strangely? Why were the loose ends not tied up who was D from New Mexico?? I am literally going back today to read the final pages aga

  2. says:

    I enjoyed reading the book all the way up until the last third when the novel started to go down hill then the clincher the ending was horrible The entire book is built on the development of various relationships between th

  3. says:

    I am a huge fan of ARS I have read almost every one of her books This one left me scratching my head Why did she e

  4. says:

    The unusual ending Seems to me there are some snafus there David is Cam's son lives in a double wide trailer down the bay a bit therefore making him known to the locals If he looks exactly like Cam they would have known whose son he

  5. says:

    Off Season is a beautiful rendering of one family the connections between its members and the flawed relationships created by secrets and betrayalWhen Lilly Constable McCall loses her husband Cam to an untimely death she escapes to the family’s summer home on the coast of Maine It is here that all of her memories both beautiful and painful descendIt all washes over her just as the coastal tides sweep the sho

  6. says:

    Ack What happened here? Prior to this book I've loved ARS's work As a rule I find them gripping the setting pulls me in and the characters force me to believe in them However Off Season was a great disappointment to me It was slow going at first but did get better The first half seemed terribly disjointed from the second until about the las

  7. says:

    I have read most of Siddon's novels I would put this one somewhere near the top After the death of her husband Lilly returns to the scene of her childhood summers on the coast of Maine Well developed characters a story we can relate to and Siddon's talent for creating a scene so vividly that it truly surrounds you She brings childhood in the time of Kennedy's Camelot to lifeeven tho I would have liked an ending that was less ab

  8. says:

    I toyed between giving this 2 starts or three stars MOST of the book was really good and then there was the ending My mother in law was reading this same book at the same time and neither one of us has any clue what the ending meant We are confused Like I said good book bad ending

  9. says:

    Having recently finished Sweetwater Creek I was anxious to read another ARS novel but cannot say that I am enjoying this one at all Her writing style reminds me of Sue Monk Kidd whom I adore but this one is irritating meLike others have mentioned I think talking animals are silly and better suited to stories ai

  10. says:

    I got into this book slowly then really liked the middle and then like most people was confused by the ending I'm just not sure what the author wanted us to feel after reading this book Is it meant to be a story about loss and betrayal period? I was looking for something redemptive but was left scratching my head It was beautifully

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