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And her worried mother while each of them hides a troubling secretAs the summer heats up Ted Kennedy sinks a car in Chappauiddick man flies to the moon and Jessie and her family experience their own dramatic upheavals along with the rest of the country In her first historical novel rich with the details of an era that shaped both a nation and an island thirty miles out to sea Elin Hilderbrand once again earns her title as ueen of the summer novel. There s a lot going on in Summer of 69 The three sisters in the FoleyLevin family are each embroiled in their own worries The eldest sister is p

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Summer of '69

Four siblings experience the drama intrigue and upheaval of the '60s summer when everything changed in Elin Hilderbrand's #1 New York Times bestselling historical novelWelcome to the most tumultuous summer of the twentieth century It's 1969 and for the Levin family the times they are a changing Every year the children have looked forward to spending the summer at their grandmother's historic home in downtown Nantucket But like so much else in Ame. People are people More than anything else it s the people Elin Hilderbrand brings to life among her pages that have me chomping at the bit Intensive Care year the children have looked forward to spending the summer at their grandmother's historic home in downtown Nantucket But like so much else in Ame. People are people More than anything else it s the people Elin Hilderbrand brings to life among her pages that have me chomping at the bit

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Rica nothing is the same Blair the oldest sister is marooned in Boston pregnant with twins and unable to travel Middle sister Kirby caught up in the thrilling vortex of civil rights protests and determined to be independent takes a summer job on Martha's Vineyard Only son Tiger is an infantry soldier recently deployed to Vietnam And thirteen year old Jessie suddenly feels like an only child marooned in the house with her out of touch grandmother. Evocative entrancing absorbingI have been meaning to read one of ELIN HILDERBRAND books for uite a while now and I am so glad that I finally follow


10 thoughts on “Summer of '69

  1. says:

    “People are people”More than anything else it’s the people Elin Hilderbrand brings to life among her pages that have me chomping at the bit for her annual June and now October releases And while many authors

  2. says:

    4 full family drama sisterhood entertaining amazing journey to the end of sixties while listening Man on the moon and singing “th

  3. says:

    Wow I just really loved this book I certainly didn't want it to end I rarely say that about a book as I am usually ready for it to wrap up but not this one I found myself completely immersed in their story and it felt so realThis is my first book I have read by Elin Hilderbrand and I was blown away I love her style of writing and I truly felt like I wasn't reading I got swept up and lost in the world of a summ

  4. says:

    I think I have a like hate relationship with Elin Hilderbrand’s novelsTo put it bluntly I like Hilderbrand’s stories But I don’t like Hilderbrand’s writingA year ago I read her Winter Street series and found the entire experience to be similar to that of watching a B movie – not that great not totally satisfying but just engaging enough to lead me to read all four books in the series I cut Hilderbra

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    Evocative entrancing absorbingI have been meaning to read one of ELIN HILDERBRAND books for uite a while now and I am so glad that I finally followed through and read my very first book by her This is some fine storytelling here I totally loved the dynamics between the characters was full heartedly entranced by the setting enraptured by the p

  6. says:

    I can't stand books that don't respect the reader If you have to explicitly state things or hint so strongly at something you're going to end up telling me about in five pages why bother? Every twist and turn in this novel is so predictableview spoilerAngus's affair with Trixie TRIXIE?? turning out to be his psychiatrist? GaspPick's biological father being Kate's first now dead husband? Go figureThe alleged gun accident actually

  7. says:

    Summer of ‘69 is my first book I read by Elin Hilderbrand and I have to say it was the perfect one to start with It’s already coming up to the end of summer and we haven’t had any summer weather and I really enjoyed being swept away to the sun in Nantucket The cover alone took me to my happy summer place El

  8. says:

    To say I’ve been ecstatic to read Elin Hilderbrand’s first historical fiction book is an understatement Last summer s

  9. says:

    There’s a lot going on in Summer of '69 The three sisters in the FoleyLevin family are each embroiled in their own worries The eldest sister is pregnant while her husband is emotionally unavailable and potentially unfaithful the middle sister is striking out on her own but running into trouble and the youngest is stuck in Nantucket with her unyieldingly conservative grandmother and her increasingly tipsy mother Their brother is oversea

  10. says:

    Fun in the sun in the summer of '69 Let's see how many times I mention summer during this reviewThis was the embodiment of the feel good summer read without being sappy or melodramatic I've been waiting all year for its release and

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