Kindred Spirits

Alan Brennert

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Kindred Spirits

Kindred Spirits Ginny is a waiflike department store employee Desperate for love but unwilling to keep her opinions to herself she alienates the few good men who come her way Michael is a graphic artist doing cut an

  • Title: Kindred Spirits
  • Author: Alan Brennert
  • ISBN: 9780312872625
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ginny is a waiflike department store employee Desperate for love but unwilling to keep her opinions to herself, she alienates the few good men who come her way Michael is a graphic artist doing cut and paste work in New York s Chinatown Talented but lacking in ambition, he figures women look right through him and can t really blame them Then one Christmas both Ginny aGinny is a waiflike department store employee Desperate for love but unwilling to keep her opinions to herself, she alienates the few good men who come her way Michael is a graphic artist doing cut and paste work in New York s Chinatown Talented but lacking in ambition, he figures women look right through him and can t really blame them Then one Christmas both Ginny and Michael give up on life, only to find something infinitely wonderful Because after risking everything, they soon discover, amid the glittering December snow, a romance awash with all the wonders of the hereafter, but with a great deal to teach us all about living here on Earth.

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    One thought on “Kindred Spirits

    1. Cheryl on said:

      Negative reviews compare it to Moloka'i and Honolulu. Unfair. It's like ppl who complain there's too much romance in a book by Jude Deveraux just because they saw words that implied mystery in the blurb. If you want a mystery, read a mystery. If you want Historical Fiction, read Hist. Fic.If, like me, you want an original & poignant love story, the kind the Brennert writes so well in both the SF and HF genres, consider this. I'm going to try to find it, esp. after enjoying Her Pilgrim Soul a [...]

    2. Betty on said:

      When I started this book, I expected a love story, to match with the writing skills of Honolulu. but instead I found a pathetic,lonely man, a tearful woman and their "ghost spirits" that couldn't even get along! Maybe Brennert did have a point with the way that he showed the character's lonely. boring lives that led them to suicide but personally I think Alan Brennert was going through a depressive phase when he wrote this book. Comparing the writing, the plot, the characterization to Honolulu, [...]

    3. Vanessa on said:

      A tale of two people in separate rooms in a hospital, both comatose and the shared journey that they experienced in limboland. The plots and turns are definitely not predicable. (I don't want to spoil it for you) This book has been sitting around awhile and I finally got around to reading it. Very entertaining and imaginative.

    4. Scott on said:

      One of my all-time favorite books. A touching romance novel without being schmaltzy. A contemporary fantasy without being too "far out". Filled with realistic characters, facing surprising turning points in their lives. I can't recommend this one highly enough.

    5. Scott on said:

      One of my all-time favorite books. A touching romance novel without being schmaltzy. A contemporary fantasy without being too "far out". Filled with realistic characters, facing surprising turning points in their lives. I can't recommend this one highly enough.

    6. Mary Jo on said:

      After reading Moloka'i and Honolulu but this author, two books that I absolutely loved, I decided to search for his first novelg mistake.

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