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Nonna Pina gestisce Il rifugio dei cuori infranti: il posto perfetto per chiunque soffra per amore. Il posto perfetto per Lisa, innamorata del ragazzo della sua migliore amica, e per Mary, da poco diventata vedova.
Riusciranno Mary e Lisa a trovare le risposte che cercano tra le persone incantevoli che frequentano il centro? Read more Read less. Shop now. Don't have a Kindle? Customer reviews. How does Amazon calculate star ratings? The machine learned model takes into account factors including: the age of a review, helpfulness votes by customers and whether the reviews are from verified purchases.
Review this product Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Verified Purchase. Bellissima storia seppur leggera. Visto che il titolo prevede un seguito Il Rifugio dei Cuori Solitari One person found this helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Translate review to English. Ancora una volta ho acquistato il libro di questa autrice con entusiasmo e non mi sono sbagliata! Libro leggero, nel senso positivo del termine. Simpatica l'idea di base da cui si sviluppa una storia che scorre velocemente e piacevole da leggere. After the novel "A Deal with a Stranger" and the novella "Incompatible Twins", Martina Munzittu engages in a classic romance, in which the emotional suffering of the protagonists, however, are always accompanied by irony typical of her writings, to which dramatic, skilfully measured elements are added.
But the real peculiarity of this novella indeed, almost a short novel is that it is to all intents and purposes the pilot of a series. But let's proceed in an orderly fashion. The narrated events revolve around some sort of association for mutual assistance among women and men with the most diverse love problems, founded by Nonna Pina, an Italian old woman living in London, and called "The Broken Heart Refuge". The series has got an episodic development, i. At the same time there are some subplots that I suspect will be developed over the next few episodes.
In addition, towards the end you see a new character, who anticipates the next episode. The format is undoubtedly perfect. The two stories go on in parallel, with a fairly sustained pace, forcing the reader, thanks to the light and compelling style of Munzittu, to turn one page after another, until they come to the conclusion. The whole thing is peppered with humorous elements, which manage to get more than a laugh, and others that lead to more serious reflection.
In the background the present-day London, glimpses of daily life and well-known locations. The result fully meets the good premises. In this particular episode, titled "Betrayal", you deal with this very common theme in the sentimental sphere from two very different perspectives, even opposite, but always in a measured and convincing way, thanks to the sensitivity of the author who manages once again to entertain us and even get us a bit angry together with her characters.
The brevity, on the one hand penalizes the deepening of the stories and the characters, but at the same time allows the reader not to have to wait too long to see their curiosity fulfilled about how it will end, and leaves them with the desire to read more stories like this.
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Il rifugio dei cuori solitari