Eloise. What secrets did she take to her grave? By Judy Finnigan After her best friend Eloise dies from breast cancer, Cathy is devastated. Eloise by Judy Finnigan. Kate Saunders. October 6 , am, The Times. Cathy is shattered when her best friend, Eloise, dies from breast cancer. But she . It was almost inevitable that Judy Finnigan, one half of television’s ‘Richard and Judy’, a couple who have done so much to promote books and their authors.
However, I still got caught up in the story and wanted to know what would happen, and was quite pleased with the ending. Absolutely no shades of grey! Although she exercises the occasional show of spirit, she obligingly forgives him time and time again despite his dogged determination to make her feel inadequate and, quite frankly, barmy.
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Eloise by Judy Finnigan
Would you like us to take another look at this review? The storyline was appalling, the lead character melo dramatic and plot ridiculous. Jan 31, Jo rated it did not like it. Without doubt one of the worst books I have ever read.
The emphasis on the paranormal had no subtlety – Eloise invades the book to such a degree that I was almost on the side of the main character’s husband! Item s unavailable for purchase.
A local elderly lady sees Eloise. And he’s still here. In order to convince her sceptical husband and protect Eloise’s children, Cathy starts researching her friend’s past, and finds she didn’t know her anywhere near as well as she thought.
Endearingly daft, but probably still better than you would expect for something ‘written by’ a TV presenter. I like the byline “What secrets did she take to her grave” it creates intrigue before you even start reading the book.
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What are you looking for? Judy Finnigan is an author, television presenter and columnist. I so wanted to really like this book and it does have much to enjoy, however the pace is not consistent and some of the characters are just not believable.
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I wanted Cathy to share her juudy, the sense of hopelessness she feels on waking, the blackness engulfing her with every step she takes, her sense of isolation, of living in a world apart from her peers, of being separated from the joys of life by an invisible wall, a heavy cloud bearing down on her. Sphere Happiness for Humans P. It actually read more like a travelogue of Cornwall than anything else.
I really wasn’t surprised that her husband Chris who’s actually a total arse loses it with her. And no one in this close-knit community is free of suspicion.
Eloise by Judy Finnigan
In the Name of the Family by Sarah Dunant. Still recovering from a recent bout of clinical depression, Cathy finds it difficult to cope with the untimely death of her best friend Eloise, a mother of two young children, from breast cancer.
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. The bottom line is, nobody is going to pick this book up expecting a literary masterpiece, and it delivers on what it’s supposed to be: You are currently logged out. But what will happen if they realise how they met I realise that that may seem a very odd judt of describing it but this book was leoise that-odd View all 12 comments.
I was hoping for a twist at the end but found it disappointingly predictable. I couldn’t put it down and would have taken some more. A heartwarming, gripping read from the Top Ten bestseller.