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  1. says: Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Free read The Broken

    Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary Free read The Broken Fan freaking tastic I've loved all of Tamar Cohen's books who now writes as Tammy Cohen with loads of great books under her belt Here is her other author page for you to check out her other great books With The Broken she yet again pulls off a sensation of a novel I could not put this book down from the first line to th

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    Free read The Broken Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary [The Broken] EBOOK NEW The Broken by Tamar Cohen audio book 35 stars rounded upJosh and Hannah live a uiet unexceptional life in suburban London with their f

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    [The Broken] EBOOK NEW Free read The Broken After reading Dying for Christmas and loving it I was so pleased when I won a paperback copy of The Broken from the author via THE book Club last month The Broken is a great psychological thriller about marriage an

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    Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary [The Broken] EBOOK NEW I wanted to enjoy this one than I did Honestly I tried really hard but I could not bring myself to give it than three starsOkay let me make thi

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    Free read The Broken Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary As soon as I spotted Tamar Cohen’s new book on Netgalley I knew I wanted to read it Tamar is a very popular au

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    Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary [The Broken] EBOOK NEW This is Tamar Cohen’s first foray into the world of psychological suspense with the story of two couples who became friends since they met when their daughters were newborns They were ideal best friends with D

  7. says: [The Broken] EBOOK NEW Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary Free read The Broken

    [The Broken] EBOOK NEW Firstly thank you to the publisher and author for the copy via Netgalley Much appreciatedThe Broken is a psychological thriller that had me feeling uncomfortable at the best of times Two couples supposedly best friends the girls swapping stories spending much time together drinking shopping their own daughters always playing togethe

  8. says: Free read The Broken Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary [The Broken] EBOOK NEW

    [The Broken] EBOOK NEW Publication Date 22nd May 2014 from DoubledayTransworldThank you to the author and publisher for the review copyBest friends tell you everything; about their kitchen renovation; about their little girl’s schooling How one of them is

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    Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary [The Broken] EBOOK NEW wishing i just DNF ed this in the beginning and didn't suffer for nothing This is an exact example of books I don’t like married couples drama annoying characters that think they have the right to act the way they act towards others things m

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    [The Broken] EBOOK NEW All I can say is that I'm so glad that book is done It took me forever to read and I didn't really like it at all All four of the main characters are so awful that the only 'psychological thrills' that one could ever wish upon any of them is to

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Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary Free read The Broken Ake you choose sidesBest friends don't keep secrets about their past They don't put you in dangerBest friends don't always stay best frien. wishing i just DNF ed this in the beginning and didn t suffer for nothing This is an exact example of books I don t like married couples drama annoying characters that think they have the right to act the way they act towards others things mentioned and then never resolved All in all I don t like domestic booksThe writing was okay however the plot was something I didn t enjoy Almost the whole book was fighting between the couple that s going to separate and then the friends fought because of the accusations the first couple was throwing at each otherJosh and Hannah are in a very bad situation their friends are having some marital problems and they are caught between two fires I understand that Sasha is emotional but her behavior is wrong Either way that shouldn t stop Josh and Hannah to tell her to back off with some things that involve their daughter The fight between their friends is also affecting their relationship because you have to be on someone s sideDan thinks that all is going to go smooth the way he s planning and honestly he s not taking the situation he made too serious I guess Sasha took all the seriousness and then added drama on it making it a great tragedy She s also very needy and manipulative not giving Hannah any time to do anything else than spend time with her was bothering me so much September is a little manipulator and poor Lili is trapped in a friendship with her From all the characters I feel bad the most for Lili she s the most helpless of them all The thing about her being too uiet was mentioned like it was going to have some impact on the story but it was only mentioned and moved onThe end was anticlimactic I expected something after all that drama but I was disappointed by how things turned out The chapters of Lucie didn t feel like part of the story and honestly didn t add much to it Maybe it would ve been better if we had known about her sooner not in the very last chapter Perhaps then it would ve been a surprise but I already figured that part earlier so

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Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary Free read The Broken Best friends tell you everything; about their kitchen renovation; about their little girl's schooling How one of them is leaving the other. The Broken by Tamar Cohen audio book 35 stars rounded upJosh and Hannah live a uiet unexceptional life in suburban London with their four year old daughter Lily Josh is a teacher and Hannah a self employed journalist Their good friends Dan and Sasha live near by and also have a four year old daughter September The two families have a long standing very close relationshipWhen Dan out of the blue announces that he no longer loves Sasha and that he has fallen heavily for a young model Siena the ramifications are of course immense The Broken starts off as a measured realistic look at how massive emotional upheaval in the lives of friends can impact on our own lives This being a psychological thriller things begin to gradually turn very uglyAll very entertaining and gave me the odd shiver of recognitionWhat s I guessed the ending about half way through and felt very smug about it This didn t spoil things though I enjoyed backing up my hunches and looked forward to the great drama and reactions of all the characters as the truth was exposed and come uppances were hadExcept this didn t really happen We were left with an eerie uestion mark but other than that the ending seemed a bit disappointing ie a uick summing up in the last couple of pages a uick tying up of loose ends and then that was it No fireworks emotional showdowns etcIn all fairness though I was engrossed throughout the novel was plainly but well written with believable characters and it had some emotional depth The audio book was excellently narrated by Jane CollingwoodI will certainly read by this author

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Review ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Tamar Cohen Tamar Cohen × 0 Summary Free read The Broken For a younger modelBest friends don't tell lies They don't take up residence on your couch for weeks They don't call lawyers They don't m. As soon as I spotted Tamar Cohen s new book on Netgalley I knew I wanted to read it Tamar is a very popular author who writes Chick Lit Noir I think that s what they re calling it these days but her books could also probably land in the psychological thriller category I think I haven t read any of her books though I have her first two novels on my shelf if I ever get the time to go back and read them hopefully so and I decided that starting with her newest novel The Broken The synopsis offers what sounds like a fascinating tricksy read so I couldn t wait to dive in Coming off the back of reading Cally Taylor s new novel The Accident I was perhaps expecting a bit too much for this novel and I felt very let downI was really looking forward to reading The Broken So much It hooked me uite well from the beginning with with the exception of a strange entry from a girl named Lucie a young girl which I have to be honest made absolutely ZERO sense to the novel until the very end and every time we were interrupted by an entry from Lucie it just sort of felt off kilter because it didn t make sense If you re going to include stuff like that it needs to make sense as to why it s there and it was explained way too late but on that later Dan announces to his friend Josh that he s leaving his wife Sasha All normal stuff stuff that happens in life But Josh and Hannah are best friends with Dan and Sasha and so the break up makes their life way awkward than they would like they ve got Dan kipping on their couch and Sasha popping round constantly and neither wants to give the other an inch and neither Hannah nor Josh want to pick sides but soon the fight turns nasty and Hannah and Josh may be forced to choose sides if only for their own sanityWhile the initial premise for The Broken is interesting I just didn t think it worked because what s the one thing people tell you when a couple break up Whether you like it or not you will have to choose sides and Josh and Hannah made the fatal FATAL mistake of trying to stay friends with both Sasha and Dan And so the entire novel is like one big game of Dan and Sasha trying to get their friends to choose sides Dan s constantly whinging and moaning and crying even though it s all his fault it all happened and Sasha is having one big meltdown swinging from happy to sad in the blink of an eye like a Jekyll and Hyde character The negativity in the novel is immense and makes the novel so difficult to read when on every page there s Dan or Sasha whinging about the other person effing and blinding and making accusations left right and centre and Hannah and Josh are fighting because Hannah s sticking up for Sasha and Josh is sticking up for Dan and it was just so messy As the reader I felt like I was being screamed at from all corners and I didn t like it I wish they had just picked bloody sides I felt on edge whenever I was reading because I didn t know what spitefulness I was going to have to hear next It was way too much too much hate too much vitriol And I just simply didn t like it I wanted to block my ears and sing La la la at the top of my voice until it was all overThe Broken just muddled along the entire novel with things becoming increasingly erratic as Sasha just unravelled But do you know what annoyed me most of all The very last chapter The last chapter was immense the best chapter I read in the entire book and it turned the entire novel in its head So my uestion is Why the heck did it take until the final chapter for that truth to come out It was completely out of left field It was clever don t get me wrong but I was just sat there saying What because it just didn t ring true for the rest of the novel It felt like a sad excuse to try and confuse the reader which it did If Tamar Cohen had managed to intigrate that into the novel it would have been so much better instead we had to listen to four grown adults argue like children during every single page of the novel and it was physically exhausting I wanted to love the book but it rather took after it s title and it just felt broken It was a good tale of what NOT to do during a break up sure but it was tiring to read I am super disappointed but this novel just didn t work for me on any level except for that very last chapter and that just gave the novel an entirely different spin

  • ebook
  • 273
  • The Broken
  • Tamar Cohen
  • English
  • 05 May 2019
  • 9781448169030