[Epub] The Jetsetters By Amanda Eyre Ward – Rvtrek.info

The Jetsetters The Story Of A Vibrant But Dysfunctional Family Trapped Together On A Ten Day Mediterranean Cruise A Riveting, Irresistible Novel From Bestselling Author Amanda Eyre Ward The Funniest Novel That Ever Broke Your Heart Andrew Sean Greer, New York Times Bestselling And Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Of Less Dysfunctional Family Goes Away Together On A Mediterranean Cruise What S Not To Love This Novel Fell Squarely In My Wheelhouse And I Was Delighted Anew In Every Port The Jetsetters Is Fun, Sexy And Engrossing Elin Hilderbrand, New York Times Bestselling Author Of Summer Of When Seventy Year Old Charlotte Perkins Submits A Sexy Essay To The Become A Jetsetter Contest, She Dreams Of Reuniting Her Estranged Children Lee, An Almost Famous Actress Cord, A Handsome Manhattan Venture Capitalist Who Can T Seem To Find A Bride And Regan, A Harried Mother Who Took It All Wrong When Charlotte Bought Her A Weight Watchers Gift Certificate For Her Birthday Charlotte Yearns For The Years When Her Children Were Young And She Was A Single Mother Who Meant Everything To Them When She Wins The Cruise, The Family Packs All Their Baggage Literal And Figurative And Spends Ten Days Traveling From Sun Drenched Athens Through Glorious Rome To Tapas Laden Barcelona On An Over The Top Cruise Ship, The Splendido Marveloso As Lovers New And Old Join The Adventure, Long Buried Secrets Are Revealed, And The Perkins Family Is Forced To Confront The Defining Choices In Their Lives Can Four Lost Adults Find The Peace They Ve Been Seeking By Reconciling Their Childhood Aches And Coming Back To Each Other In The Vein Of The Nest And The Vacationers, Ward Has Created A Delicious And Intelligent Novel About The Courage It Takes To Reveal Our True Selves, The Pleasures And Perils Of Family, And How We Navigate The Seas Of Adulthood To Cruise We Can Only Hope Toward Joy

About the Author: Amanda Eyre Ward

Amanda Eyre Ward was born in New York City in 1972 Her family moved to Rye, New York when she was four Amanda attended Kent School in Kent, CT, where she wrote for the Kent News.Amanda majored in English and American Studies at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts She studied fiction writing with Jim Shepard and spent her junior fall in coastal Kenya She worked part time at the

10 thoughts on “The Jetsetters

  1. says:

    I don t like it but I didn t hate it, too I m Switzerland right now It s okay reading but not the marvelous book I ve dreamt of so it means three let s have a vacation with one of the dysfunctional families stars Blurb seemed like interesting and I wished I could read some funny, entertaining dysfunctional, bat shit crazy family members stories But you cannot always get what

  2. says:

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this ARC in exchange for an honest review This was a hilarious book about family dynamics with a depth that surprised me I was expecting a light vacation read and got than I bargained for The Jetsetters features a Grandmother who wins a cruise and invites her dysfunctional family along in an effort to unite them Her three children each harbo

  3. says:

    Thanks to Goodreads and Ballantine books for this ARC.Another dysfunctional family book which I love to read The Perkins family, Charlotte, a widow of 70 but to me seems older in the book like she was elderly when I see 70 as not writes an essay to win a cruise and her family joins her, all with their own problems Lee, the eldest, can t seem to find an acting job and is holding a secret from

  4. says:

    I love Ward s novels, which are among my favorites The Jetsetters tells the story of a dysfunctional family, scarred, through no fault of their own A Mediterranean cruise vacation sets the stage for the Perkins struggle to reconnect, accept, and truly know one another At once, heartbreaking, funny, and hopeful, this is a family you will fall in love with Highly recommended.

  5. says:

    I ve loved all of Amanda Eyre Ward s novels, but this is my new favorite Suspenseful, witty, smart, and moving, this is a novel about families the things we don t say to one another, the various allegiances formed by siblings, the way our childhood dreams and disappointments inform our adult selves It s an insightful, hopeful look at a complex family with many moving parts I m afraid of boats but I d take this

  6. says:

    I had the opportunity to win The Jetsetters by Amanda Eyre Ward in the Goodreads giveaway The book was an enjoyable read about family, dysfunctional relationships, self worth, mental health, longing, and the want and need for love and closeness from the ones dear to you The characters are relatable, carrying the burdens of their own desires and insecurities that stifles crucial aspects of their life, affecting their re

  7. says:

    The Perkins family is a little messed up but whose family isn t, really Charlotte, the mother, is in her seventies and feels like her life is stopped She s lonely, her best friend just passed away, and the husband she never really loved died a long, long time ago She s got her daily Catholic masses with Father Thomas, her nightly Triscuits and cheese, and that s about it Her three children are distant and all have problems of t

  8. says:

    Charlotte Perkins decides to enter a contest in which the grand prize is a Mediterranean Cruise Charlotte believes this is just the thing to reunite her dysfunctional family When Charlotte is named a grand prize winner she and her family gather onboard for steamy, alcohol imbibed adventures at sea Eldest daughter Lee is feeling washed up in her personal life and career as an actress Cord is madly in love, but afraid to admit to his moth

  9. says:

    I just finished The Jetsetters and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised Initially I was intrigued by the super cute cover swipe to see it in color , but the inside is actually what impressed me I thought this would be super light and fluffy after all, it s the story of a complicated family who won a sweepstakes to travel abroad But despite the backdrop being a Mediterranean cruise, the characters were multidimensional people dealing with som

  10. says:

    Thanks to NetGalley and Ballantine Books for the advance copy Let s start here I fucking LOVED this book Straight up This is a story about a dysfunctional aka mostly normal family and their life You see a glimpse of a childhood scene, and then the remainder of the books are the three children as adults and their aging mother as they go on a cruise together What I most appreciated about this story was that literally every one of them was fucked up in some

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