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Hugo ❴Download❵ ➹ Hugo Author Pamela Poole – Thomashillier.co.uk September , Some monsters in the dark are real Can Painter Place survive Hurricane Hugo came in the dead of night, slamming Category power into Charleston, South Carolina at the worst possible time September ,Some monsters in the dark are real Can Painter Place survive Hurricane Hugo came in the dead of night, slamming Categorypower into Charleston, South Carolina at the worst possible time high tide Painter Place is scoured by the writhing Atlantic storm surge, forcing Caroline Painter Gregory to say goodbye to a life she loves and face a future that may hold the worst that can possibly happen On the devastated South Carolina coastline ofand then in Arles, France during the centennial of Van Gogh s life there, Hugo continues the saga of Painter Place.


10 thoughts on “Hugo

  1. Donna C Donna C says:

    What I think you should know Hugo is the second book in the Painter s Place Sagas, it takes place in the fall of 1989 Although Pamela Poole, the author gives clues as to what happened in book one to fully understand the characters I feel that you would need to read the first book in the series Painter s Place The story starts with Hugo barreling down on Painter s Place and Charleston What I enjoyed about this book Hugo is not just about the hurricane, it is about how they move forward when ev What I think you should know Hugo is the second book in the Painter s Place Sagas, it takes place in the fall of 1989 Although Pamela Poole, the author gives clues as to what happened in book one to fully understand the characters I feel that you would need to read the first book in the series Painter s Place The story starts with Hugo barreling down on Painter s Place and Charleston What I enjoyed about this book Hugo is not just about the hurricane, it is about how they move forward when everything they thought knew about life was destroyed I remember Hugo and the aftermath, for the people of Charleston and the surrounding islands it really was a life changing and it really did affect people as far inland as Charlotte, NC I didn t not enjoy the changes in Chad and Caroline in this book, their characters were not as strong in their faith after the hurricane I did enjoy some of the new characters and hope we will getof their story in the third book.Who will love this book Just to name a few Fans of Christian FictionAnyone who wants a clean romance novel.I received a complimentary copy for this book from Celebrate Lit, this in no way influenced my review All opinions are my own


  2. Pamela Poole Pamela Poole says:

    Note This is a Christian book with faith elements.No matter how many times I need to read Hugo to keep the facts in the saga straight, as Jerry Jenkins recommends , I feel entertained and satisfied Truly, I met my goal to write the kind of book I like to read Hugo, Painter Place Saga Book 2, continues the lives of the characters introduced in the Painter Place Saga After writing about the lively romance in the summer of 1985 in Painter Place, I knew these characters would necessarily be hit Note This is a Christian book with faith elements.No matter how many times I need to read Hugo to keep the facts in the saga straight, as Jerry Jenkins recommends , I feel entertained and satisfied Truly, I met my goal to write the kind of book I like to read Hugo, Painter Place Saga Book 2, continues the lives of the characters introduced in the Painter Place Saga After writing about the lively romance in the summer of 1985 in Painter Place, I knew these characters would necessarily be hit hard by historic Hurricane Hugo, which my husband and I endured with our small children on September 21 22, 1989 As the creator of the island setting of Painter Place and the families who lived there, I wanted to see what happened to them Readers can look on the Pinterest board I created for Hugo to see many of the news reels, photos, and personal testimonies of the harrowing ordeals they survived during that monster storm Readers of Painter Place and my blogs will know that I don t like dark, disturbing stories I see them on the news daily and experience them in my own life, so my novels and painting in my studio are how I escape Although I realistically re created the drama of the storm in this second novel in the saga, I provide breaks of humor and hope in the face of loss The residents of Painter Place don t simply have to endure the devastation almost everything they ve ever known, they must endure the monsters within themselves that the storm brought to the surface After facing the possibility of the worst that could happen to them, they find that many residents in the little coastal town on the mainland have turned against them in resentment Hugo has many lighthearted, entertaining passages and moments But thoughtful readers will go behind the humor to see some very insightful truths They will see the Painter and Gregory families of Painter Place trust the Lord to help them start over again to enter the New Year and new decade of 1990 with optimism.The new release of Hugo contains a map of the island and a painting inspired by Vincent Van Gogh The readers who will best appreciate Hugo are those who love lighthearted Christian romance, art, and beach stories All of my books are family friendly, wholesome stories


  3. ASC Book Reviews ASC Book Reviews says:

    What an unique book I really LOVE how Pamela Poole writes I first started with the third in this series and while these books are stand alones I do recommend reading them in order instead Pamela has such a unique voice in her writing Each time I opened one of these books I felt like I was getting together with old friends Though I will say that there are so many characters and connections that it took my slow brain a little while keeping everyone straight I LOVE the settings she chooses What an unique book I really LOVE how Pamela Poole writes I first started with the third in this series and while these books are stand alones I do recommend reading them in order instead Pamela has such a unique voice in her writing Each time I opened one of these books I felt like I was getting together with old friends Though I will say that there are so many characters and connections that it took my slow brain a little while keeping everyone straight I LOVE the settings she chooses for her stories and the Faith scenes are FANTASTIC, though I didn t like some of the quotes that start each chapter I did like others Caroline is one of my favorite characters out of all the books I ve read Her strength and intelligence lend these books to be counted in the ones I could read again and again Overall I truly enjoyed reading this book and think it ties for first as my favorite in this series NOTE I read and therefore reviewed an older version of this book The author has since re edited and re published this book Songs to come Songs etc May be changed and or added in the future ASC ASC I received this book from the author for the purpose of reviewing it This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about Hugo ASC


  4. Debbie Debbie says:

    Hugo by Pamela Poole is the second novel in the Painter Place Saga series I really recommend reading these novels in order to get the full impact This story is based on a real hurricane called Hugo I really loved this story even though it was fictional The characters are a family that were rich but this story clearly shows that they have struggles, in some instancesthan the average person has This story is muchthan a love story, through it is a love story It is a story that Hugo by Pamela Poole is the second novel in the Painter Place Saga series I really recommend reading these novels in order to get the full impact This story is based on a real hurricane called Hugo I really loved this story even though it was fictional The characters are a family that were rich but this story clearly shows that they have struggles, in some instancesthan the average person has This story is muchthan a love story, through it is a love story It is a story that shows sometimes you just have to trust your loved ones even when things look like they have betrayal you and kept secrets This book is full of love and trust in loved ones as well as Jesus and letting faith lead you when it seems you have nothing left I really enjoyed reading about Van Gogh and the dance scenes, which really surprises me because I am not into art or dancing This book really had nothing that I didn t like A definitely five star novel for me.I am going to share a few quotes from the book that really grabbed me that I shared on Facebook I really like the section where Chad answers a question about God treating people who love Him and do so much for other people by talking everything away from them Chad answers by telling Dr Tony Rush that he, Chad, is where Jesus is and that is in the middle of the storm in the boat., and that takes faith I don t know maybe this passage meansto me because my pastor sermon at church yesterday was about Jesus being in the boat with you in life s storms I really like it when the books enforce what sermons teach Another truth this book points out is that Sin is never private even when you think you re alone, like Noah getting drunk and throwin his clothes off It always takes you places you never wanted to go, and you pay for that ticket over and over the rest of your life It is God Himself from whom we should measure what is true, not the babbling of well meaning people I was just thinking He shows us off, doesn t He God, I mean If we re His, He doesn t let Satan go any further than we can endure He always gives us victory, but it comes with a price Otherwise, how would struggles ever mean anything Yes The bad times, the hard stories, those are the only ones that leave an impression on people Job would be unknown to the world without His pain Something to think about I really am amazed sometimes at what truths are pointed out in fiction, but I believe that God uses anything and everything to get your attention I was given a complimentary copy by the author and Celebrate Lit These opinions are my own


  5. Becky Lewis Becky Lewis says:

    So, I wanted to see what the hype was about The Painter Place novels by Pamela Poole Hugo, the novel I read, is the second in the Painter Place Saga.I was excited to see a map at the front Kudos The forward, which many readers skip, was fascinating The novel is set in September of 1989, a year I well remember Saga is a good word for this series, as it obviously involves quite a few people and their extended families No two dimensional characters here Although, I rather wish there had be So, I wanted to see what the hype was about The Painter Place novels by Pamela Poole Hugo, the novel I read, is the second in the Painter Place Saga.I was excited to see a map at the front Kudos The forward, which many readers skip, was fascinating The novel is set in September of 1989, a year I well remember Saga is a good word for this series, as it obviously involves quite a few people and their extended families No two dimensional characters here Although, I rather wish there had been There are so many people the story whips around and in between, I had trouble keeping them straight By fleshing out so many characters so well, it was hard to focus on who the main characters really were This is a very turbulent narrative of a family in tumultuous times At times I could identify with the characters, but many times their solutions made me feel like the average person would have not had those options, and would have been required to slog through those times without getting away Would the characters still have come out as stronger survivors Poole packs a boat load of truth into her book I think I might have preferred only a few problems to be solved than several that meant there was an abundance of philosophizing and Bible explanation throughout the tale Trying to balance story and truth, that is a hard feat to accomplish.Quotable That s always the bottom line, isn t it No matter what a person accomplished, it has to end, and it turns out that the most important thing wasn t what they left behind It was where they d spend eternity As I finished the book, I wondered if it might appeal most to twenty something readers Or I may be one of a few who is not a huge fan Try Hugo for yourself and let me know your thoughts I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author via Celebrate Lit No positive review was required and all opinions are solely my own


  6. Deana Dick Deana Dick says:

    I was so excited to read the follow up book that started with Painter s Place I remember every character from the first book because they were so easy to fall in love with Caroline was such a talented painter and we traveled far away for her to experience art work and historical places This book finds the characters facing one of the biggest challenges people have living on the coast Hurricane Hugo had its sights on the Carolina coast and disaster was about to strike.The author does a realis I was so excited to read the follow up book that started with Painter s Place I remember every character from the first book because they were so easy to fall in love with Caroline was such a talented painter and we traveled far away for her to experience art work and historical places This book finds the characters facing one of the biggest challenges people have living on the coast Hurricane Hugo had its sights on the Carolina coast and disaster was about to strike.The author does a realistic account of the hurricane and the destruction it can cause I have been through several and they are destructive and dangerous The moment Hugo hit, chaos broke out Caroline goes into labor and has no way to get to the hospital I could feel the anxiety rising as everything around them started to crumble Hurricanes have no mercy and they can hit one side of the street and not the other It has a mind of its own and Painter s Place was the target for this hurricane.The story is filled with trying to survive the disaster and picking up the pieces after the storm I felt for everyone who had to look at their homes and cars and realize they had lostthan material things One of the things I really enjoyed about the book was getting to know the characters better Chad and Caroline are having a hard time communicating The tension between them is strong The family comes together to rebuild and along the way, repair relationships This story is a wonderful journey with people who overcome obstacles and find renewed faith I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit The review is my own opinion


  7. MaryAnn Bell MaryAnn Bell says:

    On September 21, 1989, Hurricane Hugo came in the dead of night, slamming Category 4 power into Charleston, South Carolina at the worst possible time high tide Painter Place is scoured by the writing Atlantic storm surge, forcing Caroline Painter Gregory to say goodbye to a life she loves and face a future that may hold the worst that might happen On the devastated South Carolina coastline of 1989 and then in Arles, France during the centennial of Van Gogh s life there, Hugo continues the saga On September 21, 1989, Hurricane Hugo came in the dead of night, slamming Category 4 power into Charleston, South Carolina at the worst possible time high tide Painter Place is scoured by the writing Atlantic storm surge, forcing Caroline Painter Gregory to say goodbye to a life she loves and face a future that may hold the worst that might happen On the devastated South Carolina coastline of 1989 and then in Arles, France during the centennial of Van Gogh s life there, Hugo continues the saga of Painter Place.My Thoughts This book will not disappoint readers who fell in love with Painter Place the first book in the series In this story, we see how the family copes with the historic hurricane Hugo a category 4 hurricane that wreaked havoc on south Carolina s shores in 1989.In this story, we see how the family comes together as they begin to rebuild, not only the buildings and studios on White Island, where Painter place has been since the early 1600 s but we watch as family is rebuilt, andrelationships are built Hurricane s are dangerous, they can be frightening When people evacuate, they have no idea what they will return home to Pamela Poole has written an accurate account of what people feel when they have encountered a hurricane Readers who loved the first book will definitely enjoy the second I personally look forward to reading the third book in the series


  8. Patti Pierce Patti Pierce says:

    Having read Painter Place, the first book in this series, I was looking forward to reading this second book While someone could possibly read this book without reading the first, I would definitely recommend reading them in order.I have to say one reason why I definitely wanted to read this book was that I was living in Eastern North Carolina at the time Hurricane Hugo roared into the Carolinas Because of the track the storm took, we missed being impacted by the storm personally On the other Having read Painter Place, the first book in this series, I was looking forward to reading this second book While someone could possibly read this book without reading the first, I would definitely recommend reading them in order.I have to say one reason why I definitely wanted to read this book was that I was living in Eastern North Carolina at the time Hurricane Hugo roared into the Carolinas Because of the track the storm took, we missed being impacted by the storm personally On the other hand, my parents had friends living in the direct path of the storm Also, living in Eastern North Carolina and then Texas, we have experienced quite a few hurricanes personally So I was interested to see how Pamela Poole would handle the details of a hurricane.The amazing way Pamela Poole ties together art, separate characters, separate locations, and Christianity captured my attention when I first started reading The artistic aspects of this book filled my mind with pictures of what I was reading I appreciated how this story picked up the story ended in Painter Place However, I also have to say, I can not wait to read the next book in this series So if you love fiction that includes art, storms, family, and Christianity, check out this book for yourself


  9. Kim Bakos Kim Bakos says:

    It took me a while to get into the book since I hadn t read the first one and keeping all the characters straight was hard Since they all are related in some way or another, and many have names that begin with the same letter, it took some time to cement them all in my mind.I loved the story itself, as well as the strong Christian storyline about faith and forgiveness I especially enjoyed seeing Caroline grow so much and come to terms with her grandfather s death There were a few doctrinal th It took me a while to get into the book since I hadn t read the first one and keeping all the characters straight was hard Since they all are related in some way or another, and many have names that begin with the same letter, it took some time to cement them all in my mind.I loved the story itself, as well as the strong Christian storyline about faith and forgiveness I especially enjoyed seeing Caroline grow so much and come to terms with her grandfather s death There were a few doctrinal things that I don t necessarily agree with, but that s OK and is why there are so many different denominations out there.The love story between the two main characters was so sweet and is the highlight of the book


  10. Janice Sisemore Janice Sisemore says:

    Hugo The story takes place when Hurricane Hugo did a lot of damage to land This was in 1989 It is a continuation of the Painter family series When the storm was about to hit Caroline is getting ready to have twins Does she have them safely Several times during the book there was references to mobile phone It did not specify what the phone looked like Definitely a lot different than what we have today I liked the quote at the beginning some of each chapters They were from different famous Hugo The story takes place when Hurricane Hugo did a lot of damage to land This was in 1989 It is a continuation of the Painter family series When the storm was about to hit Caroline is getting ready to have twins Does she have them safely Several times during the book there was references to mobile phone It did not specify what the phone looked like Definitely a lot different than what we have today I liked the quote at the beginning some of each chapters They were from different famous people A lot of good quotes One of my favorites was In three words I can sum up everything I ve learned about life it goes on Robert Frost I received a complimentary copy of the book from Celebrate Lit This review is my own opinion


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