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Regarded by many as the true queen of the romantic Irish drama, Binchy has once again produced another fine page-turner that will please her army of loyal fans and hopefully win her many more. She has a real eye for character and exploring the often painful choices people are forced to make in their everyday lives. This is a tale of normal people, ordinary folk and the heartaches that have made them who they are. Fans will welcome the return of some familiar Binchy characters and Ella is a strong, likeable heroine, a woman who, in exploring the lives of these people, is forced to consider some choices she has made in her own life. So make a reservation at Quentins, sit back, and relax--you'll be in very good company. --Jane Warren, Amazon.co.uk --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Quentins is very well written with well developed characters, some from other books by Binchy.
I would have liked to know more about some of the minor characters that are in the short stories, especially Quentin himself, who appears far too briefly in the novel.
I enjoy most of Maeve Binchy's books but the ones that involve the main characters she has developed in many of her books are the most interesting to me.
Maeve Binchly is like warm cocoa, hot apple cider, water. Very simple writing, good and pure. Sometimes she is a little bit hokey and corny, but you don't really groan; you want... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Ada Ardor
This was an outstanding book for me to read and the intertwining of lives and since it comes into play in other books it makes it a great read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angelwing
Maeve Binchy is such an excellent writer. She portrays the Irish culture, the colloquialisms, the charm of the people. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marlene