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Escape Read Escape By Barbara Delinsky Bandcamptomp3.co.uk In Her Luminous New Novel, Barbara Delinsky Explores Every Woman S Desire To Abandon The Endless Obligations Of Work And Marriage And The Idea That The Most Passionate Romance Can Be Found With The Person You Know Best Emily Aulenbach Is Thirty, A Lawyer Married To A Lawyer, Working In Manhattan An Idealist, She Had Once Dreamed Of Representing Victims Of Corporate Abuse, But She Spends Her Days In A Cubicle Talking On The Phone With Vic Tims Of Tainted Bottled Water And She Is On The Bottler S Side And It Isn T Only Work It S Her Sister, Her Friends, Even Her Husband, Tim, With Whom She Doesn T Connect The Way She Used To She Doesn T Connect To Much In Her Life, Period, With The Exception Of Three Things Her Computer, Her BlackBerry, And Her Watch Acting On Impulse, Emily Leaves Work Early One Day, Goes Home, Packs Her Bag, And Takes Off Groping Toward The Future, Uncharacteristically Following Her Gut Rather Than Her Mind, She Heads North Toward A New Hampshire Town Tucked Between Mountains She Knows This Town During Her College Years, She Spent A Watershed Summer Here Painful As It Is To Return, She Knows That If She Is To Right Her Life, She Has To Start Here.

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10 thoughts on “Escape

  1. says:

    I am a Barbara Delinsky fan, I have read many of her books, but I must say I was a little disappointed with this book I just could not connect with the main character, Emily, at all, I found her a bit spoiled and self centered, and just a bit boring I could not make the connection between her and the coyotes, i

  2. says:

    Emily is 32 living in New York working 16 18 hours a day at a large law firm married to James, a wonderful man whom she loves dearly, who also happens to be a lawyer, and who works hours than she does Like every other morning, when Emily wakes up at 6 am she s already receiving and sending text messages from her bos

  3. says:

    You know how sometimes you just have to be in the right place in your life to enjoy a book Well, this one s not doing it for me I think I would have liked it better in my younger years Now, I m too old, jaded, synical The protagonist Emily, is a lawyer, escaping from her life in NY Her husband is also a lawyer, they own a

  4. says:

    Today at 5AM I dropped my significant other off at his work Instead of turning right out of the parking lot as I always do, I turned left and kept going Yeah, I can relate to this book It s a different mind set, driving off into the unknown, leaving the known and dissatisfaction behind For a while I imagined just driving and dri

  5. says:

    At one point or another everyone searches for an escape from their busy life An escape from work, family, technology, friends, obligations An escape from the harsh reality of the real world And the promise of escape from my whining child even a short term one is what drew me to this book in the first place.This is the story of 32 year

  6. says:

    All right Although this book started out promisingly, it got and tedious by the page, and then and ludicrous by the chapter It starts off being about a woman who runs away from her New York life to try to reconnect with her inner self, but ends up including wild love making sessions in the woods, long winded obsessions about coyotes, ar

  7. says:

    Escape is the 41st stand alone novel by popular author, Barbara Delinsky One Friday morning, New York lawyer Emily Aulenbach takes stock of her life and realises it has strayed so far from her dream that she needs to escape She takes off her watch, turns off her Blackberry, leaves behind her laptop and, without telling anyone or having any firm p

  8. says:

    I really like Ms Delinsky s books, but this was not a favorite It got off to a good start and had some action toward the end, but the majority of the story was a little too nothing for me, and I found myself not able to relate to the main character a lot of the time We were never given sufficient reason for why she would want to escape the way she did,

  9. says:

    For the mostpart I enjoyed Escape An easy read and a story I could identify with However SPOILER I didn t expect the hostage situation, in fact I found it inconsistent with the storyline I think what bothered me most was both James and Jude seemed completely out of character in handling the situation James may have been a great negotiator but I don t believe

  10. says:

    I m very surprised by the number of stars this book received I have read others by Delinsky that were also escapist fiction, but much better than this one I read in the afterword that she wrote this book on the advice of her fans I don t think that was a very good idea We fans are not authors what do we know Premise was ok, the whole coyote thing stupid And, there

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