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ePub Miracle on the 17th Green download
Author:
James Patterson
ISBN13:
978-0747257912
ISBN:
0747257914
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Publisher:
Headline Book Pub Ltd (June 30, 1999)
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Contemporary
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1207 kb
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1918 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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185

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Home James Patterson Miracle on the 17th Green. Miracle on the 17th Green, . Back Bay Books, Little, Brown and Company. 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017.

James Patterson, Peter De Jonge. In fact, it was my four alarm clocks. g catastrophe in the history of sports - I had stopped at a drugstore after dinner and bought a second alarm clock. Then halfway back to the Ben Franklin I said, Why fuck around? and bought two more. When I got to the course, they were running an hour behind. At Q-School the play is always painfully slow, but on Sunday the action virtually.

Miracle on the 17th Green. by James Patterson by Peter de Jonge. Just when we need some magic in our lives, bestselling author James Patterson brings us a stirring tale of life, love, and the power of Christmas miracles. Travis McKinley’s life has drifted sideways

Miracle on the 17th Green. Travis McKinley’s life has drifted sideways. His job, his marriage, even his children all feel disconnected and distant.

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Welcome to James Patterson Book List! This bestselling author has released well over 200 books, so it can be hard to keep track of all his novels. Augusta Miracle At St. Andrews Miracle On The 17th Green Missing Mistress Mother Of All Murders Murder Beyond The Grave Murder In Paradise Murder, Interrupted Murder On The Run My Brother Is A Big, Fat Liar My Life Is A Joke Nevermore Never Never Night Sniper Nooners Not So Normal Norbert Now You See Her NYPD Red NYPD Red 2 NYPD Red.

James Patterson with Peter de Jonge as the primary writer has put together a wonderful heartwarming story of an ordinary guy . However, it was very entertaining

James Patterson with Peter de Jonge as the primary writer has put together a wonderful heartwarming story of an ordinary guy stuck in a midlife crisis. Travis McKinley hates his job as a copywriter for an advertizing agency that he has been with for 20 years. However, it was very entertaining. The company which I purchased from sent the book quickly and it arrived in perfect condition and I finished the book in two days.

It is here, on the 17th Green, that McKinley sees the world from a new perspective, which changes things forever and . Secondly, I haven't really liked any of the books that James Patterson has written with Peter de Jonge. This one proved to be a nice surprising exception.

It is here, on the 17th Green, that McKinley sees the world from a new perspective, which changes things forever and helps him put it all into perspective. A quick read well-adapted for fans of the sappy side to Patterson's writing. The novella is Patterson at his sappiest, not something I tend to enjoy. Travis McKinley is at a point in his life where he is starting to look back and wish that he had made some different decisions.

James Patterson (Author) James Patterson is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time

James Patterson (Author) James Patterson is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time.

MIRACLE ON 17TH GREEN: A NOVEL By Peter De Jonge - Hardcover BRAND NEW . This is one of the two James Pattersons books that I had not read, so finding it hear was a real treat. Especially in hard cover. The reading was easy, and since it was in the firs person, allowed you to actually know the main character and 'feel' it right along with him.

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Books related to Miracle on the 17th Green. Its hard to find a book by Mr. Patterson that isn't a thriller or a mystery but when you find them they are just as good as his regular stuff. Always a pleasure to read one of his books and to read one of the earlier ones is very cool.

Travis McKinley has a job he despises, a marriage that has lost its passion, and, at the age of 50, a sense that he has achieved nothing. But one Christmas Day spent on the golf course changes everything.
  • James Patterson with Peter de Jonge as the primary writer has put together a wonderful heartwarming story of an ordinary guy stuck in a midlife crisis. Travis McKinley hates his job as a copywriter for an advertizing agency that he has been with for 20 years. It ceased challenging him years ago. He and his wife, Sarah, a well established and successful physician have become emotionally estranged. He senses she is moving toward a divorce. His three children seem to be growing up without him. He eventually gets fired. Sensing this as an omen, Travis McKinley takes the giant step to engage in an adventure he has always yearned for. Most of his friends think he’s nuts and become an irresponsible family man.
    You don’t need to be a golfer or understand the difference between a bogie and an eagle to appreciate this heartwarming story about an ordinary family guy who chose the road less traveled and won. You’ll find yourself pulling for the guy all through the story and you might even feel a tear on your cheek.
    Everyone will love the read. I rate the story a 5 and strongly recommend it whether or not you're a golfer.

  • Travis Mckinley is just your average guy...; he hates his job in advertising, his marriage is on the rocks, and he loves golf. When he is unceremoniously fired from his job, a fabulous round of golf played at his local course is the catalyst that drives him to living his dream of playing in the Senior P.G.A. tour. So he flys off to Q school to begin living his dream, leaving behind unemployment and a disintegrating relationship with his physician wife Sarah.

    Travis arrives--but so do many other avid golfers who aspire to be the next Jack Nicholas and have the $3,000 enrollment fee. But the gods are smiling on the Mckinelys; could it be that Travis could actually out-stroke some of the greatest golfers ever to play the game? Could he win the tour, all that money, and perhaps receive the greatest gift of all--the restoration of his family??

    Read the book to find out, although it doesn't take an Einstein to conclude the obvious based upon the title of the book. Although I found this a somewhat interesting tale, I believe that to truly appreciate the story one must truly appreciate the game of golf--as do obviously the authors, although unfortunately I do not. Many readers may find themselves struggling with the terminology used within the game. All in all, a serviceable story with an even better lesson. Don't be afraid to take chances, in this one life that we all have to live. Take a gamble on life, and on love.

    DYB

  • This is a good book, however I had a true Milligan as I read the Miracle at Augusta first and that not what I would suggest to anyone. This doesn't mean I didn't enjoy both books as I did and it's quite evident as I read one one night and one the next. Very relaxing easy read.

  • The book ran way too long with less action scenes than any of his other books and I have read many, many of his books. Of course, I am only one
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  • Thoroughly enjoyed the book... like every serious amateur golfer it is great fun to root for the underdog! And, like very serious amateur golfer even more fun to imagine us as Travis! Thanks guys for an entertaining read

  • This book was a cute little sized book which surprised me. Patterson books are always so big in size. However, it was very entertaining. The company which I purchased from sent the book quickly and it arrived in perfect condition and I finished the book in two days. Amazon linked me to this seller. That's one of the many reasons I love Amazon. I don't play golf but, after reading the reviews and an excerpt from the book, it sounded to me like a great story. The story is not all about golf but about a famiily dynamic and how the main character handles his fanaticism for golf and touring and the family challenges he must face because of that fanaticism. I really enjoyed the way the book played out.

  • This may be one of my favorite books of all time. While this is not the type of story usually associated with James Patterson, it is worth the read. The character development is wonderful and I found myself laughing so hard at times that I was crying.

  • I would recommend this book and I'm not a golf person just simply a good story.