Emily Grayson Message Board
Leslie posts on 6/25/2010 5:32:51 PM
Loved The Gazebo, I need to see other books by Emily Grayson, I remember it was a beautiful read. If you're looking for something with similar themes you will love The Winter Sea and Mariana by Susanna Kearsley. She writes great books. You will love her character development and you can visualize them in your mind.
Karen Milham posts on 5/27/2010 11:11:16 PM
I just finished, "The Gazebo". Once started, I couldn't put it down. What a great love story! I haven't cried this much while reading a novel since "The Notebook". What a beautiful and romantic read. And so true. What we think we know of a person doesn't touch who they truly are. Thank you for this novel. I'm off tomorrow to find each of your other books.
betty r. green posts on 8/31/2007 11:58:19 AM
just finished readin the gazebo.....someone gave it to me.....i couldnt put it down and read all of it in one sitting.....what a refreshing romantic love story...to remind this fast pace world of how love was met to be......i am lucky and married my true love nearly 40 yrs ago.and we are still madly in love after raising 3 boys and 6 grandkids..thank you for bringin this book into my life......i will seek out and buy more of your books now..
posts on 9/5/2006 11:40:46 AM
I am on chapter 6 of the fountain and I cant put the book down!
posts on 7/18/2006 5:38:02 PM
For me, in "The Observatory" what interested me more than the romance between Liz and David was the relationship between Liz and her twin sister Harper. I understood how Liz felt, but then Harper told Liz how she felt.
I also love the observatory that David lives in.
Katherine posts on 11/15/2005 5:48:17 PM
I heard that Emily Grayson is coming out with a new book? Do you know when and what the title wil be?
Rayna Ray (Phoenix) posts on 11/8/2005 11:45:24 PM
I found The Observatory very thought provoking, as well as gripping and highly entertaining. In its pages are profound insights regarding relationship, forgiveness and one's responsibility toward both, enlightened by life issues. It nourishes going within. This "romance" is an excellent example of the effectiveness of understatement and the highly illustrative qualities of suggestion, not explicit description. I highly recommend this novel.
Gemma posts on 8/28/2005 8:33:49 PM
I have just finished reading the fountain and it touched me so deeply. I have now started on the observatory. Is Emily still writting books or has she stopped and I cant wait to read all her books. Are there any other authors out there who write like her.
Patrícia Silva posts on 4/2/2005 7:26:40 PM
hey!!! i would like to know if A.L. Slayton really existed, i did like the poem "rose and the deer" not sure how you write it, but it would be nice if i could get an answer, i have tried google but it just doesn't ring a bell on me ...
Thanks in advance...
Ching posts on 2/8/2005 9:22:16 PM
I have read all of her books so far (just started on Night Train to Lisbon). My favorite has got to be The Gazebo and The Waterloo Station. She also wrote "The Fountain" and "The Observatory".
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