- File Size: 4169 KB
- Print Length: 225 pages
- Publisher: Schiller & Wells, Ltd. - A Division of Stay Thirsty Media, Inc. (October 14, 2009)
- Publication Date: October 14, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002T44IEE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #650,756 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
FORTY YEARS LATER (David Grossman Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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David Grossman is successful in the publishing world, except he's not happy. Then he makes contact with Jill Black, a woman from his past - a past that's 40 years old. The "what ifs" start to germinate and their email relationship starts to take hold. Their entire relationship is based on Woodstock and what could have been.
I found Jill to be a nauseating "me, me, me" woman who I couldn't like at all. Grossman ... well, I wanted to shake him! DO something, SAY something, MAKE a decision! And I think that's why I didn't enjoy the book as well as other readers did.
The story is well told and the author most certainly can write. The book resonates because we all look back and wonder "what if" and the 60s references are a delight to those of us who lived through that time. But my less than stellar response is based on the characters. I just couldn't like them even though I wanted to.
While I understand the regret at not having been at Woodstock (I lived in NY at the time but was only 14 so obviously could not go, as it was over 200 miles away from where I lived)it simply is not worth writing a book about...
I thought MY mundane life was boring, but this book, if true, tells a much more boring life story than I have had...and I don't think my life story would be worth writing about or reading...
This book was boring, boring, boring...Although I got it for free, it was a waste of my time to read.
In these days of self publishing, I am used to reading free books that are not the greatest, but I never have run across one this boring...
It wasn't worth it for FREE and it SURE isn't worth $5.99
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When I first started reading FORTY YEARS LATER, the first-person narrator sounded so convincing, I thought I was actually reading an autobiographical account of author Steven Jay... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Erica Miles, author of Dazzled by Darkness
This was the second David Grossman book I've read and I thouroughly enjoyed it. I can't wait to read "The Deadline" and "Grossman's Castle".Published 5 months ago by Susan W.
Keep them coming, Mr. Griffel~I couldn't put this book down until I completed it!Published 6 months ago by Marcia Blair
The book was not quite what I expected. A little off the beaten path, but, overall, not a bad read,Published 6 months ago by Gloria L Dunn
Great story with its fair share of suspense! It's a story of two friends who reconnect and pick up where they left off. Read morePublished 10 months ago by gab
Well like many of an age in 1969, this story brought back many pictures and thoughts like David the author-protagonist. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jack M.
A lovely read of a nostalgic moment gone by. I truly enjoyed reading this book. A sliver of personal history.Published 16 months ago by Teresa Cavaliere DePoli