Apartment 3b

  • Title: Apartment 3b
  • Author: Patricia Scanlan
  • ISBN: 9780553818864
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Apartment b Luxurious expensive Apartment B is for sale Many want it only one can buy it Its owner Liz Lacey successful artist and darling of the jetset is about to make dramatic changes in her life Apartme
    Luxurious, expensive Apartment 3B is for sale Many want it, only one can buy it Its owner, Liz Lacey, successful artist and darling of the jetset, is about to make dramatic changes in her life.Apartment 3B is the enthralling story of Liz Lacey and of the men and women who come to view her apartment sophisticated, cosmopolitan Lainey Conroy globe trotting media personalLuxurious, expensive Apartment 3B is for sale Many want it, only one can buy it Its owner, Liz Lacey, successful artist and darling of the jetset, is about to make dramatic changes in her life.Apartment 3B is the enthralling story of Liz Lacey and of the men and women who come to view her apartment sophisticated, cosmopolitan Lainey Conroy globe trotting media personality, Hugh Cassidy gentle, determined Claire Moran who has triumphed over adversity ambitious but tender hearted Dominic Kent And Cecily, sister in law to Lainey, who will stop at nothing to prevent Lainey from acquiring the apartment.

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      Published :2019-04-17T06:17:08+00:00

    About Patricia Scanlan


    1. Patricia Scanlan was born in Dublin, where she still lives Her 1 bestsellers include Apartment 3B Finishing Touches Foreign Affairs Promises, Promises Mirror, Mirror City Girl City Woman City Lives and Francesca s Party She has sold millions of books worldwide and is translated into many languages Patricia is the series editor and a contributing author to the award winning Open Door literacy series, which she developed for adult literacy.


    128 Comments


    1. I got this book at a garage sale, I think. Or Goodwill. There was a $.25 sticker on the front. The premise is an apartment is for sale, and the story of the woman selling, and the stories of the potential buyers. Set in Ireland. I liked the idea of it, I absolutely love Maeve Binchy and her stories and character’s set in Ireland, and was hoping for something similar. It was hard for me to get into the characters at the start, and throughout the whole book I didn’t establish any special likin [...]

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    2. yeah.is book really p*&%ed me off,i was really enjoying it and the conclusion made me really angry,it just seemed so unnecessary!anyone who has read it will know what i meanbut other than that i thought it was fairly ok,i was only really interested in one character,and ended up wanting her to get the apartment more than anyone else,i think the beauty of this book is that anyone reading it can get behind at least one character (but having said that theres more characters in this book that you [...]

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    3. I like most of Patricia Scanlan's books, but this was not my favourite. Firstly I kept getting lost as to which character she was describing next, as there was alot of characters. Secondly, the ending had me annoyed, and asking "Why"? I wanted an explanation, a reason? I did feel a bit let down, after finally enjoying some of the characters descibed in the book! An OK read.

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    4. easy holiday read.ry enjoyable

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    5. I really liked this book and found myself getting behind the characters and really caring for them. I am Irish with a Dublin mother but I found the Irish terms a bit off putting and as with many of Patricia's novels there are lots of Dublin references which I think people not familiar with the city would find confusing. The end is terrible though and leaves a lot of unanswered questions.

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    6. i absolutely don't understand why it had to end that way :(

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    7. If you think you know the ending, you are in for a bumpy ride!

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    8. An enjoyable book with interesting characters. In some ways it was almost a collection of stories about people who were linked by apartment 3b. One criticism was the way the author tended to jump about in her storytelling, for example, one of the characters went for a hospital appointment and while she was there the story looked back at her previous hospital visits and it got that I didn't know which visit I was reading about, after the hospital visit she went to a cafe for a drink and again the [...]

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    9. I like Patricia Scanlan, but this is my least favorite. There are too many characters and I really got confused trying to remember which story went with who. Worse, I only really warmed to one of them, Claire. I did admire where Patricia went with the Lainey character, though. Made a nice change than the usual chick lit heroine. Like most people who have reviewed this, I really didn't like the ending. At least you couldn't say it was predictable - I'll bet no one who read this saw that one comin [...]

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    10. There were so many characters, it took a while to get into this book, but by the end I definitely had my favourite prospective buyer and was dying to know who would get the apartment, and what would happen to them all next.

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    11. Structured to concentrate in turn on the various people interested in buying a flashy apartment. A light, undemanding read, but I was a little disappointed by the ending which was fairly straightforward whereas I had been expecting a clever twist.

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    12. Took me a while to get into this, once I did I was hooked.Like most I had my favourite characters.I was also fairly disappointed with the ending.I feel there should be a sequel.

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    13. Enjoyable holiday readEnjoyable holiday read .One her best .Would like a follow up.It would be nice to know what happened to the characters

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    14. Loved the book but a bit disappointed by the ending,,,feel like there needs to be a sequel

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    15. Great Irish author, great family saga

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