Tapestry of Fortunes

Tapestry of Fortunes

A Novel

Large Print - 2013
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Selling her home and taking time off from her career as a successful motivational speaker, Cecilia Ross moves into a beautiful old house in St. Paul and bonds with three roommates, including one who would reconnect with a daughter she gave up for adoption, one who would visit her long-absent ex and a professional chef who would find inspiration from other restaurants.
Publisher: New York :, Random House Large Print,, [2013]
Edition: First large print edition.
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9780804121002
0804121001
Branch Call Number: LT FIC BERG
Characteristics: 279 pages (large print) ; 24 cm
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firebird770
Jun 12, 2019

A satisfying read; quick really but still enjoyed the other two books completed by Elizabeth Berg. In this book, the author makes one step out of your comfort zone. But true to the saying, you can't tell a book by it's cover. The title Tapestry of Fortunes does not belie the fact that the main character has her faith in tarot cards and fortunes and has all the other characters believing in them as well. Just fictional anyway....

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Nitacollins
Sep 23, 2017

One of my top favourite books, ever.

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toyrus1
Feb 15, 2016

This story was very engaging and easy to relate to as a woman. I highly recommend The author shares with us a story filled with an aura of living and little gems of wisdom.The story and people go with when you long after you have finished the last page with a satisfied sigh!

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LDPBLM
Oct 14, 2015

I can't give a better review than this . This is pop fiction , and it's not bad , but it's just not great - sorry !

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Deacon01
Jun 13, 2015

A good "summer read". It won't blow your mind but it will keep your interest. Move your chair into the sun, get a cold drink and enjoy.

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miaone
Apr 12, 2015

Shallow tale. Weak backstory. Two-dimensional characters. Predictable, sugary plot.
yecchh!

CSil Jun 23, 2014

nice story line and character development. liked the characters a lot and enjoyed their road trip. elizabeth berg did not disappoint once again.

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LauralLibrarian
Nov 01, 2013

Thoughtful and perfect!

samdog123 Oct 17, 2013

I've enjoyed each and every Elizabeth Berg book I've ever read and this one is no exception. When Cece's best friend dies of cancer, it makes her re-evaluate her life. Deciding to sell her house, she moves into a home which she shares with three other women who quickly become her friends. Each woman has unresolved issues and there is a satisfying end.

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pattyloucor67
Sep 26, 2013

Perhaps it is the timing of reading this book with the events in my life that have made this such a good read for me. It's been awhile since I read any of Elizabeth Berg's books. I saw her in person years ago at a local library in Illinois, as she talked and read to us. As I embark on a new journey alone after many years in a new state, this book spoke to my heart. I loved the women she developed, all strong yet vulnerable, and the friendships that developed. I loved the road trip and the eclectic places they visited. I loved the evolving of relationships, both new and old. Perhaps one needs to be at a certain stage in their life to appreciate this book more fully, as I am in mine. The book spoke to my heart.

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andreareads
Apr 25, 2018

I have a problem with ageism, overt and especially covert. My feeling about a person’s age is that it’s a serving suggestion. It’s up to you what you do with it: take it as offered, modify it, or ignore it altogether.

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Apr 25, 2018

What I felt for Dennis right from the start was a pull like gravitation, a feeling that I already knew him in my bones, and that thus far in my life I had only been piddling around, waiting to find him.

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Feb 11, 2014

"I've never regretted doing anything in my life as much as I've regretted not doing it."

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Be kind for everyone is carrying a heavy burden.

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