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The Silver Linings Playbook | Paperback

Released on 01 January 2010

Author: Matthew Quick | Format: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 (5 customer reviews) | Write a review

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If only life could be as simple as the movies ...

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 Average rating (5 reviews)

 Very Good Read!

| | See all Alloutacash's reviews (73)

Top 10 Sport and Outdoor Reviewer

I really enjoyed this book, the first half just sets the scene and didn't really feel like it was going anywhere. I'd been reading a couple of chapters at a time, but when I hit the halfway mark I couldn't put it down and read the rest in one night. Was a really interesting and thought provoking story. Get it.


| | See all daxter's reviews (10)

This is a thoroughly charming read. The characters are believable and you feel an instant empathy with them. It's as much a study of how fragile the human mind is, as a love story. Treating the topic sympathetically and informatively without being too heavy or depressing. It's a tale of joy and hope and guaranteed to put a smile on your face.


| | See all Berticus's reviews (14)

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, even though I thought it would become a much more depressing story in the end. It's filled with genuine hope and determination and quite a bit of humour. Highly recommended

 An interesting read

| | See all Littlejosephine's reviews (21)

I really enjoyed this book, it was different from what I would normally read but I was pleasantly surprised. From the outset I couldn't put the book down. Worth a try for something different.

 A far book

| | See all kernie's reviews (19)

This was a reasonable read although I didn't feel any compassion for any of the characters. Nicely written in the way it gradually reveals why things are the way they are and how it drip feeds the information to you.

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AuthorMatthew Quick
PublisherPan Macmillan (GB)
FormatPaperback - 256 Pages