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  1. says:

    Three and a half stars It is years since I have read a Belva Plain book but this was probably just what I needed after the last book Through the Cracks which was oddly compelling but hard to read This book is the opposite It is like snuggling into a warm bed on a cold night It just sort of wraps around you The people and the themes are familiar That’s not to say that I didn’t get angry with the way Iris and Laura at times dealt with the

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    Heartwood The older harder nonliving central wood of trees that is usually darker denser less permeable and durable than the surrounding sapwood Merriam Webster DictionaryUpon closing the novel swells of warmth and melancholia floode

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    Although I am not uite done with this book I am enjoying it much than I thought I would I have been a fan of Belva Plain for over 30 years starting with her first book Evergreen; there are not too many Jewish family sagas written these days unlike years ago when She along with Gloria Goldreich and Maisie Mosco wrote several novels in this genre Although not all of Belva's books were family sagas I enjoyed these

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    Iris Stern considers herself to be a thoroughly modern woman although she still holds steadfast to her old fashioned sensibilities She has a successful career in academia and a happy marriage But as the mother of four adult children each with t

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    Robbie sure got the short end of the stick The author took the easy way out with the solution to Laura's problem It would have been much better to make Laura deal with the issue directly so that she would mature in the process I'd have rather seen a divorce between the two and a hea for Robbie He wasn't any worse the Laura Laura was immature as well She really should have acted like a grown up wife and talked to him a

  6. says:

    I am a big fan of Belva Plain This is the fifth and last book of the Werner Family saga The story centers on Laura who is the grandd

  7. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this final and posthumous novel written by my beloved Belva Plain I read Evergreen as a young woman commuting to work in a busy city Those hours on buses in Atlanta were my favorite time to read and relax Evergreen was a book that stayed in my memory for than 30 years And now as a last gift

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    Heartwood is the conclusion of the Evergreen series Joseph and Anna Friedman and Paul Werner have all died Now Iris the Friedman's daughter i

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    This book captivated me from the first page In its telling the story unfolds beautifully piece by small piece section by section The flow and the sentences are structured with such precision it is truly a delight to turn to each new page The author’s astute understanding of human relationships and of the bonds between family members radiates throughout Caught up in the lives of characters I cared for I had little tho

  10. says:

    Heartwood is Belva Plain’s last novel a seuel to Harvest actually Belva Plain is one of my favorite authors and did not disappoint me with this contemporary fiction novel about love marriage life’s challenges family relationships forgiveness infidelity and secrets I enjoyed reading this book very much because it delves into the inner workings of marriage and family It continues the saga of a Jewish family that Belva Plain first writes a

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Few authors have understood the tender intricacies of relationships better than the incomparable Belva Plain For three decades her deeply moving epics have captivated the hearts and imaginations of readers everywhere Now in her final novel she comes full circle with the themes she took up in her very first work Evergreen bringing us this unforgettable story of family and friendship love and marriage the challenges of life and the true secret of happinessThough Iris Stern considers herself a modern woman with a successful acade. Although I am not uite done with this book I am enjoying it much than I thought I would I have been a fan of Belva Plain for over 30 years starting with her first book Evergreen there are not too many Jewish family sagas written these days unlike years ago when She along with Gloria Goldreich and Maisie Mosco wrote several novels in this genre Although not all of Belva s books were family sagas I enjoyed these the most Knowing that Belva Plain was uite elderly and after hearing that she had died last year I The Coquette and the Boarding School readers everywhere Now in her final novel she comes full circle with the themes she took up in her very first work Evergreen bringing us this unforgettable story of family and friendship love and marriage the challenges of life and the true secret of happinessThough Iris Stern considers herself a modern woman with a successful acade. Although I am not uite done with this book I am enjoying it much than I thought I would I have been a fan of Belva Plain for over 30 years starting with her first book Evergreen there are not too many Jewish family sagas written these days unlike years ago when She along with Gloria Goldreich and Maisie Mosco wrote several novels in this genre Although not all of Belva s books were family sagas I enjoyed these the most Knowing that Belva Plain was uite elderly and after hearing that she had died last year I

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Herself must come to grips with the discovery of a long held family secret But it’s an emotional parting of another kind that looms most prominently on Iris’s horizon as neither her beloved husband nor the solidity of her own marriage is immune to the ravages of time Through separations and reunions the changes we cannot avoid and the love that sustains Iris will weather whatever lies ahead with a faith that cannot be shaken Like the inmost rings of a tree that abide through the generations she will be as strong as heartwo. I thoroughly enjoyed this final and posthumous novel written by my beloved Belva Plain I read Evergreen as a young woman commuting to work in a busy city Those hours on buses in Atlanta were my favorite time to read and relax Evergreen was a book that stayed in my memory for than 30 years And now as a last gift Ms Plain who died recently at age 90 has finished the story of ANNA s children and grandchildren in this lovely heartbreaking tale of Iris Stern Anna s daughter Theo her once philandering husband and T How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim ravages of time Through separations and Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic rings of a tree that abide through the generations she will be as strong as heartwo. I thoroughly enjoyed this final and posthumous novel written by my beloved Belva Plain I A Daddy for Christmas read and Banned in Britain relax Evergreen was a book that stayed in my memory for than 30 years And now as a last gift Ms Plain who died Hour of the Beast recently at age 90 has finished the story of ANNA s children and grandchildren in this lovely heartbreaking tale of Iris Stern Anna s daughter Theo her once philandering husband and T

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Mic career and a happy marriage she still holds steadfast to her old fashioned sensibilities But as the mother of three adult children each with their own lives and burdens to bear she often finds those sensibilities called into uestion when confronted with the choices her children have made For one of Iris’s daughters it’s the choice of a fresh start in New York City and a last chance to save her troubled marriage While Laura and Robbie cope with an impending separation and its effect on Iris’s young granddaughter Iris. I am a big fan of Belva Plain This is the fifth and last book of the Werner Family saga The story centers on Laura who is the granddaughter of Anna a central figure throughout even after her death With her red hair and beauty Laura resembles Anna in ways than one which we come to understand by the story s end I thought the series would have been better ended at Book Four This fifth book was not up to the caliber of the rest and especially disappointing after Book Four which had so many historical details wove