Thomas Kinkade and Katherine Spencer Message Board
Yolanda posts on 1/16/2009 9:13:50 PM
I just completed the Cape Light book and though I find it very draggy and lacking depth. the final disappointment
came in the end when Emily and Sara her adopted daughter are left dangling to the reader as to the outcome of their relationsip. Poorly done ! It
seems Thomas Kinkade needs to stick to
Pearl posts on 1/11/2009 11:13:50 AM
Does anyone know if there will be any more books coming out in the Cape Light series? I'm currently reading the second one, and I'm already dreading getting to the last one (unless, of course, I know that they will continue)!
Cathy posts on 1/10/2009 3:32:44 PM
So true, Pearl. I also have noticed many typos and storyline errors. There is a large discrepancy in the amount of siblings of Sam and Molly. But the same is true of most books I read, especially series written over a span of years. I think sometimes the writers need to go back and read the previous story before writing another one for the sake of continuity.
Pearl posts on 1/8/2009 3:08:59 PM
Two years ago I discovered this series at my local library. I read Cape Light and got about half-way through Home Song. I was immediately drawn to the storylines, characters, and the town itself.
The one thing I couldn't get past, however, was the number of errors along the way:
Take the leak in Jessica's apartment for example...On page 66 of Cape Light it says that she didn't feel like cleaning up a flood in her bedroom. Then on page 107 it tells us that Sam went back into the living room and checked the wall again.
We're also told near the beginning of the book that the Potters have several children. One of them is even mentioned by name. I'm fairly certain that I remember reading later that they had no children.
Then there are all the numerous omissions of words. Here's just one example:
The first sentence on page 169 says that Dr. Elliot sniffed and pushed his spectacles up on the bridge of nose. It should have read bridge of HIS nose.
Aside from these annoyances, I really enjoyed the storylines and so have decided to give them another try.
Now...back to my reading!
kathy posts on 1/6/2009 5:22:48 PM
Cape light Series: Cape Light, Home Song, A Gathering Place, A New Leaf, A
Christmas Promise, The Christmas Angel, A Christmas To Remember, A Christmas Visitor, A Christams Star
kristie posts on 1/6/2009 2:45:17 PM
Could you tell me the order in which the cape light books were written by thomas kinkade and katherine spencer?
kathy posts on 1/5/2009 5:43:18 PM
They have it listed in the Cape light series- I guess it is a mistake:(
casmitty posts on 1/5/2009 1:43:21 AM
the christmas cottage is a dvd, it came out this past christmas, it tells about thomas' life and how he started painting, it is not a book in the series
kathy posts on 1/4/2009 8:21:56 PM
I received A Christmas star this year and it lists the books in order, it lists The Christmas Cottage before this one, is that a misprint?
Karen posts on 1/3/2009 12:33:53 AM
i have read all the cape light series books and cant find christmas cottage anywhere. was it printed or not or was it a printing error in the christmas star book. does anybody out there know the correct answer i hear 2 different stories. thanks in advance
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