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The Brightest Star in the Sky: A Novel Hardcover – Bargain Price, January 21, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
Except it was pulled off-and with no old cliché or massive unnecessary sentiment at all. That's all I'm going to say about that. Anything more would be spoiling the fun.
66 star street is a four level apartment building and at the beginning of the book seven people live there (one will join later.) There's Jemima, an eighty eight year old woman with a very strange dog named Grudge, some physic tendencies (but she claims she's just old) and a son named Fionn who she adores beyond anything. Fionn himself is a beyond normally handsome gardener about to get his own TV show. Then there's Katie-she's just turning forty and works in PR for musicians but in spite of her workaholic always traveling none live in boyfriend (Conall) who rips companies apart and puts them back together-she's pretty unfulfilled. On the second floor we have Lydia, Andrei and Jan. Lydia is a twenty something bundle of sarcasm who drives a cab and has some great unknown (to us) problem in her life.Read more ›
*If you have read Keyes before, definitely add this one to your list, but just know it is different. You must read all the way until the end however. The last 40 pages were a breeze, the most entertaining, and ever question you may have asked yourself is answered.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was a slow starter and at times it was hard to keep all the characters straight, but it ended up being a really good story with all of the characters intertwined in some... Read morePublished 18 days ago by sharonda n hampton
The Brightest Star in the Sky is hard for me up rate. I'm giving it four stars because I liked all the characters' stories (except Fionn, ugh) and loved that they intertwined. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Andrea T
I really enjoyed this book. There are several intersecting stories and I related to some characters and their stories more than others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by EJ Reads
Another very enjoyable novel from Ms Keyes. The rather unusual plot device worked well, and I found this to be a most satisfying read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kate
The main theme is slowly revealed, this is a lovely theme, lots of light and dark well juxtaposed. Classy novel.Published 3 months ago
The floating narrator was consistently cloying, just awful, the characters were cartoonist even the big dramatic moment felt ridiculous, This book gave no feels other than tedium.Published 4 months ago by A.