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A Note in the Margin (A Note in the Margin, #1) ❮PDF❯ ✬ A Note in the Margin (A Note in the Margin, #1) ✪ Author Isabelle Rowan – Thomashillier.co.uk John McCann, A Man Who Judges Life By The Tally Of An Accounts Ledger, Has A Supreme Goal In Life To Achieve, Live, And Enjoy The Rarified Executive Lifestyle But He S Encountered One Problem The Migr John McCann, A Man Who Judges in the Kindle Ô Life By The Tally Of An Accounts Ledger, Has A Supreme Goal In Life To Achieve, Live, And Enjoy The Rarified Executive Lifestyle But He S Encountered One Problem The Migraines Are Going To Continue To Get Worse Unless You Make Some Major Changes In Your Lifestyle What You Need Is A Sea Change Perhaps Buy A Nice Little Business In The Country, Settle Down, Something Easier To Occupy Your Time While John Knows The Doctor Is Right, He Just Can T A Note PDF/EPUB ² Resign From The Job He S Fought So Hard For He Decides The Sacrifice Of Taking A Year S Leave Of Absence Won T Interfere Too Much With His Plans, And So He Finds Himself Running Margins, A Cozy Little bookstore, With The Help Of The Former Owner S Son, Jamie John Expects To Put In His Year, Get His Stress Under Control, And Then Get Back To BusinessWhat John Doesn T Expect Is How Margins And Its Denizens Draw Him In, Particularly The Quiet, Disheveled Man Who Takes Note in the PDF/EPUB ì Refuge In The Old Leather Chair In The Second Hand Book Section John S Plans For An Unattached Year Of Simple Business Crumble When He Meets David And Is Forced To Reevaluate Life, Love And What He Really Wants From Both John And David Are Forced To Come To Terms With Their Pasts As They Struggle To Determine What Possible Future They Might Build Together.


10 thoughts on “A Note in the Margin (A Note in the Margin, #1)

  1. Vio Vio says:

    A Note in the Margin brought tears to my eyes, lots and lots of tears, its so beautifully written the emotional anguish with just trying to cope with everyday life bit by bit, such a struggle for David who suffers from a debilitating illness, the one thing that gives him some sort of stability is the bookshop where he spends his time closeted away, in the second hand section of the store virtually invisible to everyone John the current owner at first sees David as a dirty homeless man but that A Note in...


  2. Lena♥Ribka Lena♥Ribka says:

    2,5 stars.It was an enjoyable read, pretty nice, warmhearted story a l Walt Disney that I finished in one sitting There were though some serious issues that prevented me from rating it higher Let me say so I like the principal idea of the book I m not sure about the performance.It was a lot of nice things but they lack depth Open this spoiler only if you ve already read the book or if you are not going to read it view spoiler My problems Confusing POV s changing. Sometimes in the m 2,5 stars.It was an enjoyable read, pretty nice, warmhearted story a l Walt Disney that I finished in one sitting There were though some serious issues that prevented me from rating it higher Let me say so I like the principal idea of the book I m not sure about the performance.It was a lot of nice things but they lack depth Open this spoiler only if you ve already read the book or if you are not going to read it view spoiler My problems Confusing POV s changing. Sometimes in the middle of the paragraph I had to spring back in the story to understand who performed right now I m not a native English speaker to be able to distinguish between American English, British English and Australia English, I can t judge the language of the book but I was missing the spirit of Australia during reading. If I wouldn t have read at the beginning the recommendation of John s doctor to make a change...


  3. Ami Ami says:

    This book makes me cry and feeling melancholic, I think I need to find some murder mystery to deal with it sigh Considered one of the classics , meaning that it is often recommended to people who want to start reading LGBT fiction, I think that perception is well deserved.It is heartbreaking, tender, and moving at the same time And on the core of it, it s about love and not judging a person from the first look John McCann, an executive who takes a year of sea change by taking over a b This book makes me cry and feeling melancholic, I think I need to find some murder mystery to deal with it sigh Considered one of the classics , meaning that it is often recommended to people who want to start reading LGBT fiction, I think that perception is well deserved.It is heartbreaking, tender, and moving at the same time And on the core of it, it s about love and not judging a person from the first look John McCann, an executive who takes a year of sea change by taking over a bookstore, at firs...


  4. ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~ ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~ says:

    This is one of those oldies I ve had sitting around forever that I finally got around to reading today, and I have all kinds of jumbled up feelings about it WARNING Mildly spoilerish and largely incoherent brain dump review coming up On the one hand, I command Rowan for writing about romance from a nontraditional angle She tackles homelessness and mental illness But I m not sure she does it well For one, we never know precisely what s wrong with David It seems that he had some kind o This is one of those oldies I ve had sitting around forever that I finally got around to reading today, and I have all kinds of jumbled up feelin...


  5. Vivian Vivian says:

    Woof Okay, that was a rough read Good, but tough We all want to be stronger and better Sometimes just to prove that we re good enough to be respected or loved John, taking an executive escape for health reasons, scampers across town to run a small cozy bookstore, Margins A longtime neighborhood retreat there are a steady stream of regular visitors Somedesirable than others Jamie, the previous owner s son and assistant stays on to help run the place He knows the ins and outs Woof Okay, that was a rough read Good, but tough We all want to be stronger and better Sometimes just to prove that we re good enough to be respected or loved John, taking an executive escape for health reasons, scampers across town to run a small cozy bookstore, Margins A longtime neighborhood retreat there are a steady stream of regular visitors Somedesirable than o...


  6. Steelwhisper Steelwhisper says:

    I really don t know what else to add to the many excellent reviews This novel is definitely a poppy poking way above the rest, already well into the foreign country of LGBT literature as opposed to genre romance.I ve picked a few truly good ones lately, and this one here apart from ...


  7. Sheziss Sheziss says:

    If someone named this book to me the first word that would come to mind would be meh It didn t wow me, I didn t hate it, but I didn t like it either Maybe the most approximate adjetive I could give is boring.This is one of the most dead books I ve ever read in my life There was no emotion here, everything was bland and grey and tasteless It felt like watching bad actors playing a script they have just learnt It all felt unnatural and uninspiring I need to feel the character s lives are If someone named this book to me the first word that would come to mind would be meh It didn t wow me, I didn t hate it, but I didn t like it either Maybe the most approximate adjetive I could give is boring.This is one of the most dead books I ve ever read in my life There was no emotion here, everything was bland and grey and tastel...


  8. JenMcJ JenMcJ says:

    John McCann is an A type workaholic trying to overcompensate for a deprived childhood He recognizes, after suffering migraines and a recommendation from his doctor, that he has to make a change if he wants to continue to live a long healthy life.John expects his effort to slow down to last a year As we all know, expectations are what we have, not what we always get John leases a book store that comes with the original owners son, Jaime who is a real charmer and a resident transient, Dave that John McCann is an A type workaholic trying to overcompensate for a deprived childhood He rec...


  9. Susan65 Susan65 says:

    What an amazing story I think David will remain forever in my mind and heart as an example of what can happen to any of us when life becomes just too much Artistic, quietly funny, a husband and father, a man living a normal life that just gets away from him and leaves him lostand then homeless and alone.John, a successful executive, takes a break from his high profile, stressful career and leases a bookstore On his first day he notices a dirty, smelly and obviously homeless man sitting in What an amazing story I think David will remain forever in my mind and heart as an example of what can happen to any of us when life becomes just too much Artistic, quietly funny, a husband and father, a man living a normal life that just gets away from him and leaves him lostand then homeless and alone.John, a successful executive, takes a break from his high profile, stressful career and leases a bookstore On his first day he notices a dirty, smelly and obviously homeless man sitting in a quiet corner reading a second hand book No way is he gonna allow a transient to chase away his profits so he sets his sights on kicking him out Jamie, his lovable employee, convinces him to let him stayand against his better judgment does.As John gets to know David...


  10. Tina Tina says:

    I don t even know where to start Perhaps I should give my dear friend Mark a big hug for recommending this wonderful book to me You know my taste in books so well Thank you A Note in the Margin is a very special story very different from the books I usually read It s a quiet, a tender story, a story that broke my heart and put the pieces back together again one by one, only to tear them apart once .The book is about John, who buys a small bookshop called Margins, and with this book I don t even know where to start Pe...


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