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Crossing Paths - the BookCrossing novel Debbie Robson Crossing Paths the BookCrossing novel BookCrossing a real online bookclub is in many ways a parallel universe It is a place where someone in the US may buy a book for a BookCrosser in Australia without the two of them ever meeting It i

  • Title: Crossing Paths - the BookCrossing novel
  • Author: Debbie Robson
  • ISBN: 9780980849509
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • Crossing Paths - the BookCrossing novel Debbie Robson BookCrossing, a real online bookclub, is in many ways a parallel universe It is a place where someone in the US may buy a book for a BookCrosser in Australia, without the two of them ever meeting It is about finding books on the end of a pier, at Paddington Station, at your favourite park and unless you are on the site you don t know these books are there People walk paBookCrossing, a real online bookclub, is in many ways a parallel universe It is a place where someone in the US may buy a book for a BookCrosser in Australia, without the two of them ever meeting It is about finding books on the end of a pier, at Paddington Station, at your favourite park and unless you are on the site you don t know these books are there People walk past them oblivious some pick them up briefly but then leave them behind BookCrossers know to catch these books to find out where they have been, read them and then release them.At BookCrossing, books are registered and released with an individual tracking number A good many drop off the radar and then turn up years later at the strangest of places In Crossing Paths, the main character Jane disappears for the other characters who are worried about her the clues to where she might be are on her BookCrossing bookshelf Russell Dark, a book store owner and Jonathan Fairlight, a new age writer, begin to track her through the books she leaves behind Within these pages eight people who cross paths with Jane Townsend will have their lives changed forever.
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    1. A gift to me from the lovely author of this book Received October 9, 2010 Registered on BookCrossing October 14, 2010Finished November 9, 2010 Finished this last night and am amazed at a number of things The author certainly put a lot of hard work into details in this book matching up books with specific locations etc I must admit, it left me feeling a little inadequate I love themed releases, and if I m travelling, may seek books with titles or subjects that would fit my destination, but I ve n [...]

    2. It took a while to finish while my sister was visiting, I didn t have enough own time to read I didn t realize how much that affects my mood Don t ever try to prevent me from spending time with books or computers for that matter After she returned to Europe it was a few nights straight just read quietly on the bed with the hubby and the cats this big book I was on around page 200 when I got interrupted the visit and it took a while to get the speed up again with the story.Debbie s definitely don [...]

    3. I m very sorry to say that I thought this book was terrible It was always going to be hard to incorporate the BookCrossing hobby into a novel, but I m afraid this was a miserable failure Now, please forgive the long review because I really want to justify my feelings Of the dozens of books mentioned, I ve only read one and have only heard of two others They all just seem WAAAY to serious and I m not a fan of poetry either I m afraid that someone who reads this book and doesn t know anything abou [...]

    4. Wow, what to say about this book First, it s huge 600 pages long and very heavy That s not so much of a problem, but along with the length of the book comes many characters almost too many for my tastes I had a hard time remembering all of the live players in the story, as well as all the virtual characters BCers who are mentioned in the various journal entries, who did or did not always coincide with some of the live characters.I think the idea of this novel is interesting, but I m not sure I b [...]

    5. I have not finished this book yet, but it has opened my eyes to book crossing I did a lot of researching reguarding book crossing and most likely would have joined if I still lived in a urban area Right now I live in a town that is now up to the possibly the mid 60 s This book is for the serious reader, one reason it is taking me so long to read it, I tend to go for the easy read The beginning was confusing as you are introduced to so many characters and I had to back up several times Still a f [...]

    6. Congratulations to Debbie for pulling off such an ambitious project I enjoyed the characters and their separate stories,and the way they were drawn together through Bookcrossing and synchronicity Being a traveller, I also enjoyed the physical journey as the protagonist, Jane, travels the world, frenetically seeking her own truth I felt like Debbie was telling her own story.It s a complex plot and I sometimes found myself a bit lost, but I applaud Debbie for persisting with her vision.

    7. I read this book back in 2011 as part of a BookCrossing ring.I mean, a book about BookCrossing, how could I resist So what did I make of this weighty tome Well I didn t warm to Jane.or even Ali or Sarah didn t really understand the hold she seemed to have over Jeremy Romances seemed to flourish quickly with the characters prepared to fly across the world to meet someone they had exchanged only a couple of PMs with Is it realistic Well, it s never, it s not going to happen to me happily married b [...]

    8. Spent a luxurious time lounging around in bed this am finishing reading this book o Its taken me a few weeks to read but could be due to its sheer size the effort it takes to hold it up I have also needed time to contemplate some of it s musings to try not to freak out about the coincidences I do wonder and if we are drawn to the books or if they in fact choose us The pauses I have had in reading this book seem perfectly timed with certain events in my life at the moment properly freaky Overal [...]

    9. Like FutureCat before me, I did find that the characters were a little confusing, but they got clearer towards the end, so much so, that I went back and re read it It took me a while to really get into it, but as I got closer to the end I was positively racing along The fact that I m a sucker for a love story helped a lot DI especially loved the mentions of BCers I know, and it was a little frustrating not having internet while reading this, I kept wanting to go and look things up OH, and I thin [...]

    10. From the back cover In an endeavour to come to terms with her past, Jane Townsend travels overseas armed with eight BookCrossing books to releases in three different continents.But after crossing paths with Jeremy Braithwaite her life starts to unravel and it is up to several other BookCrossers to trace her movements through her virtual bookshelf and find her before it is too late

    11. Bookring.I liked the mass release of Agatha Christie books and the guy running after the Bookcrosser saying you ve left your book Then he joined so that was OK I didn t have a problem with remembering the characters It would have been good to have a date on each chapter so I could see how the JE s related.

    12. Being a bookcrosser who has had dealings with Debbie, and several of those who get a name check in this book, I really wanted to like it However I found it both frenetic and slow at the same time the characters were whizzing around all over the place, trying to escape themselves, but some of their introspection was repeated and the first couple of perspective shifts were confusing, particularly as those people took time to become part of the main narrative I did quite enjoy the race against time [...]

    13. I m a bookcrosser and I would have liked to love this book as much as I love bookcrossing, but unfortunately this book was a great disappointment I became annoyed while reading this book.The thickness of the book shocked me when I saw it for the first time I would have liked to read the story in much compact form, now there were too many books and characters, too much dialogue the amount of countries and continents also made me confused I certainly had difficulties to follow the characters whic [...]

    14. I had never heard of BookCrossing when I signed up to win a free copy of this on I was just interested in the description of the plot After receiving my book I was a little worried I might have to become a BookCrosser to understand what was going on, but happily that wasn t the case I enjoyed the journey of this book, and especially liked some of the characters I met along the way Mary Christmas Darling and Ruth moonrunes I had a hard time connecting with Jane Ali Sarah ect I understand her ment [...]

    15. This is the story of Jane and her friends All of them are avid Bookcrossers, and Jane is on a mission to release seven books at particular spots in the world When she starts to act a bit abnormal, these friends step in to figure out what is going on.Several love connection and friendship arise from this constant attention to journal entries Don t know if a non BCer would enjoy the book as the interruptions of PMs and journal entries break the flow of the story At first, the story is difficult to [...]

    16. This book has stayed with me for a while, but I couldn t get to read it When I entered the ring for this book, it seemed like a nice book on bookcrossing, interesting I m sorry it turned out differently When I received it, it turned out to be HUGE, with a very unquiet page layout There were others to read, so this one was skipped time and again Now it was time to let go and accept that I wasn t going to read it, not even give it a try Ouch, that is SO not me Now it has travelled on to the next r [...]

    17. I read about 1 2 of this ebook, but other books kept crying out to be read I may come back to this book one day.

    18. Oh dear I wanted to read this a long time ago but always just missed a copy at Bookcrossing meet ups etc I m so glad I didn t buy a copy I saw this was included in the Kindle Unlimited selection, and as I have a free trail for another week thought this was my chance to read it.It s far, far too long It s confusing The characters do not have distinct voices They are the same one dimensional sketch They do not sound authentic, using terms and expressions that sound as if the author has not visited [...]

    19. Dec 10, 2017 I love the concept of a novel about BookCrossing, but I just can t get into this book Maybe it is just the wrong time, and I will give it another shot in the future and it is ironic that I have a book about bookcrossing on kindle, so I can t send it out into the world when I am done

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