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Author: Emily Giffin The Particle Odyssey: A Journey to the Heart of Matter. Read more The Heart of the Matter: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition). Title: eBOOK PDF Heart of the Matter A Novel DOWNLOAD, Author: In alternating, pitch-perfect points of view, Emily Giffin's Heart of the. Editorial Reviews. cittadelmonte.info Review. From Publishers Weekly. In the popular Giffin's latest, Nick Russo is a pediatric plastic surgeon; his wife, Tessa (sister of.

Sign up for our newsletters! Valerie and Tessa might make their homes in the same affluent Boston suburb, but their lives could not be farther apart. Valerie is a single mom, her kindergartner son Charlie the product of a relationship that ended before she could even tell his dad she was expecting a baby. She has worked hard to give Charlie every advantage, putting herself through Harvard Law School, buying a home, and placing him in an exclusive private elementary school. Inevitably she will always feel like an outsider.

However, fans will be pleased to know that their favorite author continues to bring a fresh perspective and keen sensitivity to the issues that matter most to them. Heart of the Matter by Emily Giffin.

A site for 20Something readers. A state of mind. An age. A lifestyle. A time for self-discovery. A new perspective. An attitude. A philosophy. Matters of the heart are always complicated, and Giffin deftly shows you why.

But she doesn't. Instead, she alternates between Tessa's and Valerie's points of view, dissecting the feelings and insecurities that can dismantle even the most intelligent people… Amid all the angst, Giffin displays her trademark ability to capture the complexities of human emotions while telling a rip-roaring tale. But in her latest book the best-selling novelist probes deeper than ever… With intelligence, humor and piercing insight, Giffin shows that in matters of love, it is possible to be right and yet so wrong.

Heart of the Matter

Once again she plays with the idea of point of view, but this time she wraps it into a single, tightly written narrative that creates an addictive page-turning sense of tension. Louis Post-Dispatch. OK, a lot painful to read. As a reader, you find yourself in the oddly painful position of rooting for two women who can't both get what they want. Your heart breaks for both of them [but] you'll know that feeling this kind of emotional torture with and about characters is a good thing.

It's simply cathartic. Worth Star-Telegram. Giffin avoids victimizing Tessa while allowing empathy for Valerie, underscoring that all of us are capable of making mistakes that hurt those we love most. But it has everything readers love about Emily Giffin's books: Got this to read with my book club and it was an easy read. The story sucked me in and I was quickly entangled in the story with the characters as if I was actually there. Towards the middle things became a little predictable, but I pride myself on being able to guess a plot and what's gonna happen before it does.

This book is definitely worth the read. Paperback Verified Purchase. I don't even know where to begin with Heart of the Matter. Emily Giffin has given us another amazing book that will tug at everyone's heart strings. Never one to disappoint, Ms. Giffin has left a spot in my heart for Tessa and Valerie.

Heart of the Matter by Emily Giffin

Two women so different on the surface but perhaps more alike beneath than either would ever expect. Tessa has made a conscious decision to commit to being a stay at home mother and wife to her ever in demand pediatric surgeon husband. Tessa accepts that her husband is saving the lives of children, knowing that he doesn't mean to sacrifice his own family for those children, but nevertheless struggles to not feel alone. Valerie is a single mother to her young son, Charlie. Overly protective and trying to shield him from anything negative has pushed Valerie into a secluded life that includes very little for herself.

When Charlie is injured and is hospitalized a chain of events transpires that nobody could have seen coming - I certainly didn't.

At moments in this book, I was crying, yelling, laughing and hurting for all of the characters. So many times I wanted to stop reading the book because I was so distraught.

Every mother and every wife's fears coming to fruition in one story was almost too much to bare.

I perservered and pushed through that fear and discomfort and was so grateful I did. Learning to love, forgive and accept your part in the pain of others is never an easy thing to do.

Emily Giffin has given us a story that makes us want to appreciate what we have and truly look within to see what we would do if our worst fears were realized. Emily Giffin fans will not be disappointed and if you aren't already a fan, you will be after Heart of the Matter. One may wonder why I stopped at 4 stars instead of 5.

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I did love the book, but I was left wanting maybe a little more eventhough I'm not sure what that more is. I therefore, settled on 4. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.

I admit I held off on reading Heart of the Matter for well over a year despite being an Emily Giffin fan. She has the innate ability to eloquently portray real life circumstances through the actions of her characters. Giffin from the rest is her knack to not necessarily turn the tables of right and wrong or good and bad, but illustrate how good people with no ill intentions can do the wrong thing.

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Heart of the Matter is no different. Tessa and Valerie are two mothers living in the Boston area with little in common until one night, an accident intertwines their lives and flips both of their worlds upside down.

I have not gone through any of what they have, but can relate with struggles of my own. Great read. Hardcover Verified Purchase. It appears that adultery is the flavor of the month. I have read four books with this theme during the last two months.

Here goes: I have already reviewed it. To me it was more about how your actions can cause a sunami and that sometimes there are no do-overs in life. The what-if's.

I can't understand how this book has not received more attention. I felt "Heart of the Matter" was Emily Giffin's best book. It is also about adultery told through the eyes of three very engaging characters. Valerie is a single mother who comes in contact with Nick Tessa's husband when her young son is burnt at a child's birthday party.

Tessa is the ex-professional who has given up her career to concentrate on her two young children. Nick the plastic surgeon does not have his own chapters, but is the man literally in the middle. All three characters are very well written and sympathetic. No villains in this story. After reading all previous books, I'm not surprised that Emily Giffin ended the book the way she did.

I also agreed with the ending. For this story was also about a journey and each character has a better understanding of themselves at the end of the book. Kim Wright certainly has a great deal of insight about this topic. Her main character Elyse Bearden is a powerhouse of a character, not to be forgotten.

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