The Happy Endings Book Club

The Happy Endings Book Club This Christmas the women of The Happy Endings Book Club are about to uncover a world of love and magic as they discover how to have their own happy ending or beginning as they re often the same thin

  • Title: The Happy Endings Book Club
  • Author: Jane Tara
  • ISBN: 9781760080587
  • Page: 251
  • Format: ebook
  • The Happy Endings Book Club

    This Christmas, the women of The Happy Endings Book Club are about to uncover a world of love and magic as they discover how to have their own happy ending or beginning, as they re often the same thing.Once a month, seven very different women come together to discuss books They all love a happy ending, but have lost sight of how to get their own Paige misses glimpsing thThis Christmas, the women of The Happy Endings Book Club are about to uncover a world of love and magic as they discover how to have their own happy ending or beginning, as they re often the same thing.Once a month, seven very different women come together to discuss books They all love a happy ending, but have lost sight of how to get their own Paige misses glimpsing the magic in the world Sadie doesn t see the beauty inside people Amanda wonders what she ever saw in her ex husband Tilda literally can t see herself Michi can t bear looking at her family, while Clementine is blind to what s right in front of her And Eva looks for romance in all the wrong places.But things are about to changeMeet the women of The Happy Endings Book Club as they celebrate Christmas, and themselves, in London, Paris, Vienna, New York, Sydney and in love.

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    1. Jane Tara

      I know, I wrote the book… but c'mon, all authors rate their books on here. And this novel is special the me.Earlier this year I experienced something that was life changing… and from it, came The Happy Endings Book Club.Want to know what it was? Read my blog hereadmancebooks.wordpress/2

    2. Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

      When bookstore owner, Paige, first formed the Happy Endings Book Club she was somewhat apprehensive, but the seven single women, a mix of regular customers and local shopkeepers, bonded quickly. All yearning for their own happy ending, none could have imagined just how different their lives would be a year later.After a brief introduction to the women of the Happy Ending Book Club in the first chapter, the narrative shifts time and place to follow each member as they confront their obstacles to [...]

    3. ☼♄Jülie 

      The Happy Endings Book Club by Jane TaraThanks to NetGalley for this kindle copy.I had some reservations at the beginning of this book as it seemed a bit "silly" for wont of a better word, but as I progressed it started to become clear and I began to understand the message that was being cleverly portrayed through metaphor.It's about crises, especially mid life crisis, loss, failure, longing and growing despondent, and then it's about empowerment and rediscovery and growing. This is not a self h [...]

    4. Bücher-Stöberia

      Neben den vielen Jugendbüchern, die ich doch hauptsächlich lese, brauche ich ab und zu mal etwas bodenständigere Lektüre. Dann lese ich schon mal gerne Familienromane oder auch Frauenromane. Wobei ich da nicht unbedingt den Chick-Lit-Bereich meine, sondern Romane über Freundschaften oder Familiengeheimnisse. Als ich „The Happy Endings Book Club“ bei Netgalley entdeckt habe, war mir schnell klar, dass dieses Buch genau passend für solche Momente sein dürfte, in denen ich einfach mal Ab [...]

    5. Sally906

      Opening lines: ‘…Paige stared at the bottle of blood-red nail polish on the table in front of her and then turned back to her elderly mother…’THE HAPPY ENDINGS BOOK CLUB is slightly different to the two previous books I have read by Jane Tara, ‘Forecast’ and ‘Trouble Brewing’, which concentrate solely on the magical Shakespeare women. This time the story follows the seven different women who make up The Happy Endings Book Club and how they each overcome their problem to get their [...]

    6. Amy

      **Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review."How do you see the world? Happy endings come not through events but through a shift in perception." This line pretty much sums up this book that is about crises, especially mid life crisis, loss, failure, longing and growing despondent, and then it's about empowerment and rediscovery and growing.I'm a fan of magical realism so I enjoyed the magical twist in the plot.I wanted more character depth. Ha [...]

    7. Artemiz

      The Happy Endings Book Club by Jane Tara is an really sweet collection of stories about women, who had lost or never really found love. Some of them find their happy beginnings, some find happy closure and happy end.You could recognize all the women in your own life and probably find even your own story there. Some the stories are bitter sweet, some are hilarious and they all are giving you a hope that there is happy beginning for everybody.It's a really good book to read at the holiday season!

    8. Sreeja

      The book is firmly set in reality with a few not so real, fantastic elements thrown in. I enjoyed reading the book and true to its name, it was full of Happy Endings!!!

    9. Holly Price

      ARC copy provided by Netgalley for an honest review 1- Paige's mom is in the hospital and she's coming close to the end when she decides to tell Paige the truth about her father. He's a fairy. Paige thinks her mom might have dementia and talks to one of her mothers doctors, Arley. He's there for her and helps her make sense of it all. 2- Clementine has been talking to Sam online for months and Sam was supposed to visit for Christmas but hurt her back. Clementine decides to go to Sam for Christma [...]

    10. Rebecca

      I received this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review, so that is what I shall give it. Firstly, I absolutely ADORE the cover for The Happy Endings Book Club. It's so feminine and classical looking, which is one way to describe the women involved in the story. It's not overloading with flowers or bright colour. It's plain, but it's a beautiful plain, if you know what I mean. Anyway, I love it. Now, the characters in The Happy Endings Book Club were lovely. But that's all. I reali [...]

    11. Yuska Vonita

      I received this ARC from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.What can I say about this book? I love it. The Happy Endings Book Club is about a bunch of mid-age ladies finding their own happy endings, which is it (I want to spoil it a little bit).Usually I love bitter-sweet ending or just simply bitter ending. But this book is too cute, too funny and heartwarming that I want to tell readers who love chicklit to go to Netgalley and request this title.The Happy Endings Book [...]

    12. Shree

      Note : This review was originally posted @ Readers'MuseHaving read Jane’s previous books, I really know what to expect from her and she has once again lived up to my expectations. Jane’s book are those which you might want to read when you are down in the dumps. Especially if you are a woman, it makes you feel good about yourself.Like her previous books, in this book again the protagonist is a strong willed female. Or should I say the “protagonists” are a bunch of ladies from different w [...]

    13. Lee

      3 1/2 stars probably. I've wavered about that. I wanted to read another Christmas book and I decided on this one simply because of the title. Everyone (well, me) loves a book club story! I wonder if the author knows this too, because the book club members actually don't interact very much, and there was no real reason for them to be friends/part of a book club because their stories were all quite 'stand alone' and for most part, are not connected or related in any way. Each member of the book cl [...]

    14. Paula

      I received this book through netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to netgalley, Momentum Books, and Jane Tara for the opportunity.This is a story about seven different woman who are part of the happy endings book club. Each woman has a very different story to tell and each woman longs for a happy ending to her story. The author tells each woman's story separately with very little relation to the other characters, much as it would be told if you were a member of the book club. I [...]

    15. Dawn

      I had an copy of this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review. I was drawn to the book firstly by the gorgeous cover and secondly by the fact that I'm a member of a book group and thought it would be interesting to see if there was any comparisons.Jane Tara has hit the nail on the head with this book - a book club isn't just about the books. In fact the books are the smallest part of a book group. It's about a bunch of people from different walks of life who initially come together to [...]

    16. Angela

      This book is weird. That's my opinion, and it's not to say the book is bad, because it's not. The book is well written and clever; it's just the quirkiest, oddest book I've ever read. I was slogging through it, not enjoying it at all, when all of a sudden at 75% of the way through, I got it. I understood. And I burst into tears as all the problems of all the characters met inside my mind and exploded there. I'm not sure if that made me ENJOY the book any more than before, but I sure do appreciat [...]

    17. Ceillie

      Once a month, seven very different women come together to discuss books. They all love a happy ending, but have lost sight of how to get their own. Paige misses glimpsing the magic in the world. Sadie doesn't see the beauty inside people. Amanda wonders what she ever saw in her ex husband. Tilda literally can't see herself. Michi can't bear looking at her family, while Clementine is blind to what's right in front of her. And Eva looks for romance in all the wrong places.But things are about to c [...]

    18. Mad about

      Loved the Shakepeare sister stories and Jane Tara's writing style so this book was an easy choice for me. I read it in January which was the perfect timing as the characters timelines all centred around Christmas and New Year so it gave me that extra feeling of "aaawwwww" when I finished it.All the ladies of the Happy Endings Book Club have been coasting along in their lives without realising it. All have been looking for that special something their entire lives and have nearly given up on it u [...]

    19. Simona

      *Book provided by Momentum Books on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*The blurb of this story sounded really interesting to me, but unfortunately I didn't really enjoy it and it was hard finding connection to it.All the female characters were really likeable, but the thing I didn't like in the style of the book was that as soon as I got to enjoy a charachter's story, it changed to another character.I loved reading Michi's story and the connection and chemistry between her and Jake was u [...]

    20. Ali's Books

      The Happy Endings Book Club was written almost as a group of short stories. You get little snippets of the lives of those in the book club all around Christmas. That being said, this story didn't have a particular strong sense of Christmas to me as a whole. I enjoyed some of the stories, but others not so much. I thought there were several good quotes scattered throughout, and that helped with the overall enjoyment. Some of the characters stuck with me, while I felt other characters were hard to [...]

    21. Shelbycat

      To me this book wasn't anything really to do with a bookclub which i found to be disappointing. It's more like a set of short stories about different women all finding their true love. I enjoyed each of the womens stories but felt that other than the tenuous link of the bookclub which only really surfaced at the beginning and end of the book there was no other real link. I would have liked the author to either make the bookclub element stronger or to go into the different womens lives a little m [...]

    22. Maryline M's Bookshelf

      First things first: I strongly recommend reading Jane Tara's blogpost (roadmancebooks.wordpress/2) about what makes The Happy Endings Book Club so special to her. It made me see the book in a completely different light. It especially helped me understand Paige and Tilda better.Being only 21, I sometimes felt a bit too young to really 'get' the story and its characters (that's why Jane's post really helped me), but it was still such an enchanting novel.It's a Christmas story about seeing yourself [...]

    23. Melinda

      "How do you see the world? Happy endings come not through events but through a shift in perception."I absolutely loved this book. Jane Tara brings us seven wonderful women, sorting through endings in search of new beginnings - some directly, some indirectly. A few of the characters are finding new beginnings to end happily ever after. This is such a feel good story with a great message of perception. Humorous, touching, just a joy to read. The characters are endearing and each vignette warms you [...]

    24. Peggy

      I was very disappointed in this book. Knowing how much I enjoy my book club, I was ready to read a book about other women enjoying their club. That is not what this book is about. Actually, most of the women never even talk to each other during the course of the book. We are told that they all go into the same book store, and belong to a book club that meets there – but that is the closest we get to an actual meeting. The book takes place over one Christmas, and is written as a series of short [...]

    25. Chelsea

      I received this book on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The Happy Endings Book Club tells the stories of several women in different stages of their lives, on and around the same Christmas one year. Drawn together by the book club, these women seek out their own happiness (or have it seek them out) as they cope with all that life has to offer - from divorce and death, to painful childhood memories and the excitement of new love.I was a little disappointed that the book club itself didn [...]

    26. Mandi Kaye Ottaway

      There was quite honestly nothing about this book that was what I expected. I chose it because I thought it was about a book club - about women who love to read and the times they come together to share their love of books and cultivate friendships.Boy was I wrong.It was an odd mixture of the paranormal (in this world fairies exist and people can be diagnosed with invisibility) and the mundane. I was most definitely not expecting the paranormal when I picked up a book about a book club!The storie [...]

    27. Kim

      Seven women belonging to a book club meet for the first time three weeks into the new year and each tell the tale of events that happened to them during the Christmas break. Their lives are intrinsically connected because of the friendship which has developed between them during the meetings of the book club. They are all looking for endings and beginnings in their lives, each in a different way. This is a quirky book but I enjoyed it all the same. It took me a while to figure out the style of w [...]

    28. Marie

      THanks for allowing me to review this book. find review on amazon and .This is the story of 7 very different women in the month leading upto Christmas. Each chapter has the persons name so you know who is talking. I found myself wondering why there are so many people in this story and i maybe would have prefered it to be based around maybe just 4 characters as i didnt find the book long enough to entwine the stories enough. It reminded me a bit of ceceila Aherns type of writing as there was a li [...]

    29. Mel

      I loved this book which makes all three of Jane Tara's books. It made me cry and laugh. And really really think about my life. This one is a bit different from the Shakespeare sisters books even though the characters from Trouble Brewing make an appearance in one story. This book was the perfect way to end the year for me. It was my Happy Ending. 2013 wasn't great for me but this thoughtful novel helped me see things clearly and I believe that's the message of the book. It's about seeing things [...]

    30. Leigh

      Since the book was classified at Netgalley under women's fiction, my mindset was set for that, so it was a bit jarring to discover that this was fantasy.Maybe if I had known upfront, I would have had more empathy for a woman who finds out her father is a fairy. No, not as in gay, but an actual fairy.The comedic portion of the book, didn't fair well with the more melodramatic. It was just too differing. If you are looking for a book with realistic problems, and solutions this is not the book.Anot [...]

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