To the Moon and Back

To the Moon and Back

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by Jill Mansell
     
 

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Jill Mansell is one of the biggest authors of women's fiction in the UK with a growing audience in the U.S. Her appeal lies in her poignant, funny, romantic love stories with secondary characters from different generations that draw a huge female audience from 16 to 60, and the kind of plot twists and complications that make every book a pageturner.

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Jill Mansell is one of the biggest authors of women's fiction in the UK with a growing audience in the U.S. Her appeal lies in her poignant, funny, romantic love stories with secondary characters from different generations that draw a huge female audience from 16 to 60, and the kind of plot twists and complications that make every book a pageturner.

Newly widowed Ellie moves to London's glamorous Primrose Hill to start over, and life is looking up. But her new boss, Zack McLaren, is terribly distracting as he does everything he can to win her attention and her affection.

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ISBN-13:
9780755355792
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Publication date:
02/28/2011

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UK bestselling author Jill Mansell has written 21 funny, poignant, romantic women's novels and sold over 5 million books. She is considered the Queen of Chic Lit. Her smart, sassy style has irresistible appeal for women of all ages. A full-time writer, Ms Mansell lives with her partner and their children in Bristol, England.

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To The Moon and Back 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 165 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please to those pilosters who feel the overwheming need to post mini books in their reviews and reveal plot points... please stop. Ppl want to read a book and be surprised. When you reveal pertinant facts in the book, you spoil the surprise for others. Yes, you have read it, yes some of you were even given the book for free 'for your honest opinion'. I dont believe that means revealing the entire book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book does have a bit of crude languange. It is a very, very good book otherwise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like Jill Mansell's books, some more than others. But, this has got to be my favorite. The story was touching, as well as hilarious. I loved the interactions between all the couples. An easy read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A feel-good story. Enjoyed it.
Debfhs More than 1 year ago
Jill Mansell writing style grabs you in and does not let go until the last page. I loved this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As usual, I could NOT put down a Jill Mansell book. She is so brilliant at creating her characters and the story she weaves is just beautiful and romantic. I know everyone thinks she writes the same ole same kind of stories, but she each one is entertaining in its own way. To the Moon and Back deserves more than 5 stars. Jill Mansell makes her readers laugh and cry and feel totally entertained and warm and fuzzy after reading her novels. Fabulous!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So happy I read this! It was wonderful!
SANDYSL More than 1 year ago
THIS WAS MY FIRST BOOK BY THIS AUTHOR BUT DEFINITELY NOT MY LAST. IT WAS AWESOME, A REAL PAGE TURNER. DON'T HESITATE. BUY IT AND ENJOY.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful lighthearted book that will make you cry, laugh and cheer. The the author blends three story lines seemlessly. It is a must read!
ethel55 More than 1 year ago
Ellie Kendall was deeply in love with her husband, Jamie. After his death, Ellie struggles to find her way back to that part of her life. Ellie is a great character, a dog lover and new employee of the very handsome business man Zack McClaren. But, as with any Mansell novel, it's the ensemble cast that shines. From Roo, a former pop star who lives across the street in Primrose Hill or Ellie's former father in law, actor Tony Weston jetting back and forth from LA, these are the additional stories that add such richness to the whole. This is my third Mansell book this year and my favorite so far. I am still rationing the titles so as not to run out!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All of Jills books are amazing and this one is no exception!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jill writes about everyday life. Each book I read, I feel so immersed by the story, that I'm actually a character in it too! There is always more than one story line going on in real life, there's home,work, friends......they all play a part in who we are. She captures this in each of her stories, and that is why so many of us can' t seem to put her books down until we finish. This one especially touched me. My brother died when he was young, in his prime. His girlfriend spent so much time with my family, because we all didn' t want to move on. About a year after he died, I met the man of my dreams,but I felt I shouldn't be happy since my brother wasn't here. That same time, his girlfriend found someone too, and I remember how hard it was for her to tell us. But we both realized, how life needs to go on and that we are all here on this earth to love and be loved in return. We both got married within a week of each other and have beautiful children. We don't know how long we got, so don' t waste the time by not taking chances with our hearts. Enjoy this book, because it sure took me down memory lane, and reminded me that everyone's life is a great story. Thanks Jill and I look forward to your next book!
AU-UGA-66 More than 1 year ago
If you have enjoyed pervious books by Ms. Mansell, you will love this one. I laughed and cried...it touched me on a very personal level and was spot on with the emotions a person deals with when faced with the sudden loss of a spouse or loved one. Thank you for writing this book!
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Chapter7<p>The next morning, Crystalpaw woke up to a beautiful sunny day and her shoulder aching.<p<"Ugh." She mumbled, sitting up. Sorrelpaw's and Tigerpaw's nests were empty.<p>'They must have gone out to train' Crystalpaw thought.<p>Crystalpaw yawned. She wanted to go training but she knew what Lightningstrike would say. She sighed. 'Stup<_>id Fishclan' she thought grumpily. 'I'll show them'. She smiled at the thought of dig<_>ging her claws into that Blizzardpaw cat. A low growl rumbled in her throat.<p>"Keep it down, will ya?" Ebonypaw hissed.<p>"Sorry." Crystalpaw replied. She sighed and stretched. Her belly rumbled. When was the last time she had eaten? She couldn't remember.<p>She quietly got up and tiptoed out of the den, careful not to disturb Stormpaw. Outside, the air was crisp and clear. She breathed in the sweet air.<p>"Good morning Crystalpaw." Crystalpaw jumped. She turned and saw Nightpaw. "Hi."<p>"How's your shoulder?" He asked.<p>"It's better. But it aches a lot." She said, shifting her paws a little.<p>"Well, if it gets any worse, you should tell Flowerleaf." He said.<p>"Nightpaw!" Foxcloud, Nightpaw's mentor called.<p>"Coming!" He called back. "Well, I have to go. Talk to you later."<p>"Talk to you later." She said with a sigh.<p>She got up and padded over to the fresh-ki<_>ll pile. She poked through until she found a plump vole and then padded off to a quiet corner. She sat and bit into the vole. It was delicious.<p>Sorrelpaw padded into camp. She spotted the fresh-ki<_>ll pile and padded over to it. She grabbed a mouse and looked around for a place to eat. She spotted Crystalpaw and trotted over.<p>"Mind if I eat with you?" She asked.<p>"Of course not. Go right ahead." Crystalpaw responded. She took another bite of the vole.<p>"How's your shoulder?" Sorrelpaw asked after a while.<p>"Pretty achy." She said.<p>"I'm not suprised. I was wounded like you in the same area when I was younger. It was achy when I woke up the next day. But it'll feel better the more you use it." Sorrelpaw said.<p>"Wow. Thanks." Crystalpaw purred, grateful that Sorrelpaw had told her.<p>At that moment, Tigerpaw padded in.<p>"Hi Tigerpaw!" Sorrelpaw said.<p>"Hi." He responded.<p>"How did your assesment go?" Sorrelpaw asked.<p>"Pretty good. I hope." He added with a hint of worry.<p>"I'm sure it went well." Crystalpaw tried to reasure him. She had seen him practice hunting crouchs and stalking in the camp several times. He was really good at it.<p>"Thanks." Tigerpaw blinked gratefully at her.<p>"Of course!" She said.<p>Crystalpaw finished her vole.<p>"Well, I'm going to look for Lightningstrike." She said.<p>"What for?" Sorrelpaw asked.<p>"I'm gonna ask if we can go do training."<p>"Crystalpaw, I don't mean to rain on you, but I don't think Lightningstrike will let you with that shoulder." Sorrelpaw informed her.<p>"I know. But I want to try anyways."<p>"Fine fine. Good luck." Sorrelpaw said with a sigh.<p>Crystalpaw trotted to the camp entrance and sniffed for Lightningstrike's scent. Nothing.<p>She paded to the warriors den. Aha!<p>"Lightningstrike?" She called.<p>"Yes Crystalpaw?" Lightningstrike said.<p>"Can we go train?"<p>"Sorry Crystalpaw. But you need to rest that shoulder."<p>"Aww." Crystalpaw turned and paded to the apprentices den. She curled up in her nest and was asleep in seconds.<p>Crystalpaw opened her eyes to find herself in a clearing.<p>"Hello Crystalpaw."<p>&nbsp;2 good coments and I continue. Plz give character apps~Icemoon
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Story of life and love. Unimaginable loss and how life can change if you press on.
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