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by Anne Lamott

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Author:
Anne Lamott
ISBN13:
978-0553352788
ISBN:
0553352784
Language:
Publisher:
Bantam (September 1, 1991)
Category:
Subcategory:
Contemporary
ePub file:
1893 kb
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1626 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
845

All new people: a novel, Anne Lamott. My father went to see a hypnotist a year before he died. He and my mother were visiting friends in New York, and one of them recommended hypnosis to help him quit smoking again.

All new people: a novel, Anne Lamott. It was truly something, he wrote to me. I was half expecting Lon Chaney, J. in Inner Sanctum-‘Luke eento my eyes,’ he would say, and then send me forth on a quest for gopher blood or head cheese.

All New People is the fifth Anne Lamott book I’ve read and thus far they just keep getting better and better. The characters are well developed and realistic and are easy to relate to. The novel is about a young woman growing up during the 60’s and her struggles with her dysfunctional family and immediate circle of friends. It provides insight into the turbulence and changes occurring that period and the impact it had on everyone. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for all Anne Lamott fans. 2 people found this helpful.

In All New People, Anne Lamott works a special magic, transforming failure into forgiveness and illuminating the .

In All New People, Anne Lamott works a special magic, transforming failure into forgiveness and illuminating the power of love to redeem us. Read online. From the bestselling author of Help, Thanks, Wow and Stitches comes a powerful exploration of mercy, its limitless (if sometimes hidden) presence, why we ignore it, and how we can embrace it. "Mercy is radical kindness," Anne Lamott writes in her enthralling and heartening book, Hallelujah Anyway. It's the permission you give others-and yourself-to forgive a debt, to absolve the unabsolvable, to let go of the judgment and pain that make life so difficult. Fiction. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Anne Lamott, Petaluma, California. There are moments that are a little edgy that I need to let slide but overall I find great encouragement. This morning as I was reading Hallelujah Anyway, pg.

Anne Lamott (born April 10, 1954) is an American novelist and non-fiction writer. She is also a progressive political activist, public speaker, and writing teacher. Lamott is based in Marin County, California. Her nonfiction works are largely autobiographical. Marked by their self-deprecating humor and openness, Lamott's writings cover such subjects as alcoholism, single-motherhood, depression, and Christianity.

In All New People, Anne Lamott works a special magic, transforming failure into forgiveness and illuminating the power of love to redeem u. .

In Some Assembly Required, Anne Lamott enters a new and unexpected chapter of her own life: grandmotherhood

Joe Jones is Anne Lamott’s raucous novel of lives gathered around Jessie’s Café, "a restaurant from another era, the sort of broken-down waterfront dive one might expect to find in Steinbeck or Saroyan. Jessie, "thin, stooped and gorgeous at seventy. In Some Assembly Required, Anne Lamott enters a new and unexpected chapter of her own life: grandmotherhood. Stunned to learn that her son, Sam, is about to become a father at nineteen, Lamott begins a journal about the first year of her grandson Jax's li. Similar Free eBooks.

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  • Annie is a treasure. Gorgeous prose

  • Well-written, wonderful description. Very real. But a downer--so much dysfunction, so much pain and lostness, addictions, immorality. I know Anne Lamott's life has been healed and redeemed. So much of her own pain and confusion has been resolved by the love and acceptance and salvation of Jesus Christ but as of the writing of this book there was not much evidence of that in her plot and characters--and I read to the end just for that, hoping for that redemption and release of freedom and spirit.

  • All Anne, all the time. Love her!

  • All New People” is the fifth Anne Lamott book I’ve read and thus far they just keep getting better and better. The characters are well developed and realistic and are easy to relate to . The novel is about a young woman growing up during the 60’s and her struggles with her dysfunctional family and immediate circle of friends. It provides insight into the turbulence and changes occurring that period and the impact it had on everyone. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for all Anne Lamott fans.

  • Anne Lamott at her best. A beautiful novel by one of my favorite authors.

  • I've read all of Anne's books and this one is as good as or better than the best. Anne is the Queen of all writers of all time! Nobody does it better. She has a sense of humor like no other woman I've ever known, and it shines through in this book. The line from which the title comes is suberb---and now a part of our family lingo. "In a hundred years, all new people!" I love it!!! Thanks, Anne, for sharing your sparkling wit and unique family with us. I can't wait to read your new one coming out this year, "Blue Shoe".

  • she writes in such detail i can walk with her everyday. i can see her characters. i can feel her pain

  • I buy Anne Lamott's books the first minute that I can. She has never disappointed!
    Her faith is real, authentic and hers. She can help you grow.