Recent Reviews for Trisha FitzGerald-Petri
Casting Off (Book) - 12/10/2005 4:49:33 AM|
Title: . Casting Off
Entertaining Read …. Recommended …. 4 stars
Writer Trisha FitzGerald Petri has produced a festive, fast paced read on the pages of Casting Off. Megan Barry is not the characteristic fanciful heroine, she is however a very acceptable, and agreeable personality.
The reader is drawn into the tale from the opening paragraphs. We taste the sea salt, feel the spray against our faces and grip the rails of the yacht as we, and Megan, ride out a horrific storm.
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Making Tracks (Peggy Does A Runner) (Book) - 6/20/2002 10:06:15 PM
I never give tens. Bloody marvellous
Making Tracks (Peggy Does A Runner) (Book) - 2/11/2002 3:07:03 PM
Truly a read that most women can relate to at their different crossroads in life. Most have or will reinvent themselves more than once.
Making Tracks (Peggy Does A Runner) (Book) - 10/24/2001 2:47:28 AM
i love it. i bloody well love it. it's great. but why? it has the marvelous flow. trisha is a master of playing with words. sometimes hilarious and wild. sometimes weird. sometimes sublime and subtle. always surprising. Peggy has got what it needs: loss, hope, despair and L.O.V.E. i'm hooked on brilliant literature like this. it's a pearl. it's rare but it's there.. to check my confession, read it. god bless you
Making Tracks (Peggy Does A Runner) (Book) - 10/19/2001 2:43:08 AM
without any exaggeration this novel is one of the finest i have ever read. it shows the authors particular sense of humour. i would like to get to know her. while living here in bavaria it must be perhaps possible. of course there will be a connection to Peggy herself, even though I dare not say that she might be Peggy. please pass this remark to lady Trisha in Germany and tell her how much I loved these few pages I have already had the chance to read. my name is Noah, like the one in the bible.
Donal's Application (Short Story) - 9/27/2009 9:56:48 AM
Kept me reading. Ah, sailing, what fun it must be. Happy writing. Linda
Cindy, Socks and Senor Santiago (Short Story) - 9/20/2004 5:52:15 PM
Meeting at The Crossroads - an excerpt from 'Over The Wall' (Short Story) - 5/30/2002 10:15:05 AM
..ah! to be there in Connemara! But I am there! Every time I leave Oughterard and see the Maamturks in the distance I always say: 'Civilization! Isn't it great to be back in Civilization?'
It's almost impossible to capture Connemara: photographs, paintings, words .... all try and miss...
....but not you; you've captured this special place very well!
Donal's Application (Short Story) - 4/12/2002 1:30:18 PM
Donal's Application (Short Story) - 3/23/2002 6:16:37 PM
Marvellous> I hope you'll come and teach me how to sail my 24 footer in the Chesapeake.