[Read online The Mistake] E-pub By Douglas Kennedy

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A direct to digital short story from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Pursuit of Happiness and The Moment which also features the opening chapter from. Ermmm what was that Short story You get to 42% and realise it s the end Then it starts on the author s second novel as preview extract that I didn t bother reading The title name is correct for this story The mistake All You Need Is Less preview extract that I didn t bother reading The title name is correct for this story The mistake

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The Mistake

Douglas Kennedy's new novel Five Days Sometimes things are not always what they seem and the heart can often blind us to the truth Gitte is a forty something s. Rather interesting read But a bit too short for a Kennedy book He is looking for something found it but keeping it would harm himself So what do the rest of us would do when in such situation Do we continue to run this course of action and be burnt in the end She did warn him I STING People learn from past relationship mistakes But the are a handful that still persist on following this path of self destruction I d recommend this to them

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Uccessful French lawyer in Paris Beautiful intelligent captivating and athletic Who wouldn't fall in love with her Butoften we only see that which we want to se. I love Douglas Kennedy and enjoyed this very brief short story I just wish that he d made this a full length novel as I felt rather dissatisfied by the abrupt ending


10 thoughts on “The Mistake

  1. says:

    A very nice and interesting but too short story by Kennedy And the ebook includes two chapters of Kennedy's new yet to come book Five days Which

  2. says:

    We all see and hear what we want to see and hearLove doesn’t blind us it is we who choose to live blindly We all want love to love and be loved but sometimes it is just not meant to be and it takes real maturity and courage to admit and face itWe all see only that which we want to see Loc 20What is life without lessons learned

  3. says:

    Ermmm what was that? Short story?? You get to 42% and realise it's the end Then it starts on the author's second

  4. says:

    Well that was bland at its best and annoying at its worstThe actual short story only takes up 40% of the ebook the rest is actually an excerpt from another Douglas Kennedy book Which is a bit dodgy in itself Good thing the book was free I thinkThe writing style was well not that good really and even uite bad at times A few pretty sentences

  5. says:

    Goodness me what a tedious boring read this was This is actually a short story although I hadn't realised that when I downloaded it but reads like the beginning of one of his much longer novels and then suddenly it comes to an end I wish I could say it was amazing breathtaking leaving you gasping for but none of these is appropriate Those of you who use a Kindle will know that unlike a hard copy old fashioned b

  6. says:

    Rather interesting read But a bit too short for a Kennedy book He is looking for something found it but keeping it would harm himself So what do the rest of us would do when in such situation? Do we continue to run this course of action and be burnt in the end? She did warn him I STING People learn from past relationship mistakes But the are a handful that still persist on following this path of self destructi

  7. says:

    Gitte is a forty something successful French lawyer in Paris Beautiful intelligent captivating and athletic Who wouldn't fall in love with her? Butoften we only see that which we want to seeI didn't write a review

  8. says:

    I am a bit confused to be honest I didn't know that this short story was THAT SHORT No than the 40% of the ebook

  9. says:

    I love Douglas Kennedy and enjoyed this very brief short story I just wish that he'd made this a full length novel as I felt rather dissatisfied by the abrupt ending

  10. says:

    Not worth the very short read

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