(EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel]


  • Hardcover
  • 323
  • The Language of FlowersA Novel
  • Vanessa Diffenbaugh
  • English
  • 14 March 2019
  • 9780345525543

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    review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary The elegantly worded The Language of Flowers made me invest uite a lot during the first chapters but gambled all my affection away later on I will try to explain how this unceremonious drop around the middle of the story came to pass after introducing Victoria to you There is nothing victorious about Victoria apart from the fact

  2. says: (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary

    Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Too much folding “He folded himself into a chair She folded her feet beneath her He folded over in exhaustion placing his head on the table She folded over in pain She folded herself underneath the bush” How about “He sat in a chair She pulled her feet beneath her He slumped over in exhaustion She bent over in pain She curled herself underneath the bush”Really another verb is needed here and folded was most overused Yes I am nitp

  3. says: Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary

    Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] Can't remember when I've read and enjoyed a story as much as Victoria's She stole my heart from the beginning and I only grew to admire and love her with each page There were times when I wanted to shake her and yell at her to wake up and get a grip Just when I thought she wouldn't she did just that Amazing story of survival love and strength The flowers add so much depth and feelings to this story that I was enthralled by it all Just an

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    (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel 5 stunning starsThis book was even better than I had hoped for and I had high hopesI have had this book on my shelf for years and have read countless raving reviews To be honest I was worried this might end up being one of

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    (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Sorry if I post this review twice I somehow lost the one I was writingThis book is the darling of book clubs all over the country but I found it to be insipid and flawed It showed great promise for about the first

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    (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] The Language of Flowers Vanessa DiffenbaughThe Language of Flowers is the debut novel of American author Vanessa

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    (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary The Language of Flowers by Vanessa DiffenbaughI loved this book from the beginning and didn’t want it to end I have always had a fa

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    review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary I have received many a horrified look when I have told people that I don't like red roses Their expression of horror only got worse when I told them I much preferred yellow roses I was always really confused as to

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    (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary Update 199 Kindle special today If any of my friends especially women friends have missed reading this booknow is a good time to buy it Vanessa the author truly wrote a book about something she has direct experien

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    Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel (EPUB) [The Language of FlowersA Novel] review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh The Language of Flowers is a mesmerizing unforgettable hopeful story that beautifully weaves the past and present while exploring ab

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The Language of FlowersA Novel

review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel Ious stranger has her uestioning what’s been missing in her life And when she’s forced to confront a painful secret from her past she must decide whether it’s worth risking everything for a second chance at happiness  Look for special features inside Join the Circle for author chats a. Update 199 Kindle special today If any of my friends especially women friends have missed reading this booknow is a good time to buy it Vanessa the author truly wrote a book about something she has direct experience with The Foster Care SystemThe LANGUAGE of flowers Location San Francisco Vanessa went to Standard lived in the Bay Area and is very familiar with the SF Bay Area It s excellent Her first book My favorite book she wrote I started this book today On Valentines Dayand its already warming my heartI read than half of it already too hard to put down but now my husband is waiting for us to eat dinner we already exchanged gifts very sweetI LOVE LOVE LOVE this creative wonderful book I don t want it to endAs I saidI LOVE this book everything about it

review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh

review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel The Victorian language of flowers was used to convey romantic expressions honeysuckle for devotion asters for patience and red roses for love But for Victoria Jones it’s been useful in communicating mistrust and solitude After a childhood spent in the foster care system she is unable to ge. The elegantly worded The Language of Flowers made me invest uite a lot during the first chapters but gambled all my affection away later on I will try to explain how this unceremonious drop around the middle of the story came to pass after introducing Victoria to you There is nothing victorious about Victoria apart from the fact that she survived to see her eighteen s birthday Even social worker Meredith sees her only as a failure she personally doesn t deserve A dark blotch on her white sheet of professional accomplishments For Victoria has been a foundling baby abandoned at an age that usually makes finding families willing to adopt an easy task But somehow Victoria left and was made to leave foster family after foster family fought in between for affection food and physical integrity among cruel or indifferent caretakers and fellow foster kids as emotionally messed up and adapted to the loveless situations of their short lives as herself botched up her last and only chance at a permanent solution at the age of eleven drove Meredith crazy for the remaining seven years by countless court trials and group home fights and now on her eighteen s birthday the day the State of California finally rids itself from the responsibily of its parentless ward s well being she does not react as frightened and subdued as Meredith wished her to On the contrary She does not use her final three months time in the transition home to hunt for a job and find a room She spends her days stealing flowers from communal flower beds and people s gardens to plant them in milk cartons unconcerned about flooding and molding the carpet On the day of her eviction into unassisted adulthood Victoria takes her flowers and moves into the concealed shrubbery of the town s recreactional area Hunger and cold do not drive her into wanting to change her homeless lifestyle but fear of physical abuse does when drunk men invade her fragile sanctuary at night Though paperless she persuades an overworked Russian florist Renata to take her on as a weekend assistant by demonstrationg her astonishing knowledge about flowers and her extraordinary skill at creating bouuets So far so goodNow you would think you will see the friendship between Victoria and her new boss grow and grow and grow some relapses to occur love to enter her life in small hesitant steps Yes I agree that would maybe mean walking the edge of tear jerker like soppy drenched in the sickly smell of forget me nots and red roses But I did not expect the story to rely so heavily on flashbacks to Victoria s time on Elizabeth s vine yard which triggered her all consuming obsession about the meaning each decorative plant used to have in European culture that climax in revealing the outrageous reason for the planned adoption to go amiss view spoilerHer actions made me really irrevocably hate Elizabeth That was inexcusable to do to someone who felt loved and wanted for the very first time hide spoiler Saving Place patience and red roses for love But for Victoria Jones it’s been useful in communicating mistrust and solitude After a childhood spent in the foster care system she is unable to ge. 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Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel

review ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Vanessa Diffenbaugh Vanessa Diffenbaugh ☆ 9 Summary Summary The Language of FlowersA Novel T close to anybody and her only connection to the world is through flowers and their meanings Now eighteen and emancipated from the system with nowhere to go Victoria realizes she has a gift for helping others through the flowers she chooses for them But an unexpected encounter with a myster. 5 stunning starsThis book was even better than I had hoped for and I had high hopesI have had this book on my shelf for years and have read countless raving reviews To be honest I was worried this might end up being one of the many over hyped books I ve been reading lately It is not It fully lived up to the hype and Exuisitely beautiful writing Heart wrenching storyline Endearing and unforgettable characters This was done to perfectionVictoria is a young woman who grew up in foster care system Emotionally damaged by the back and forth between numerous foster homes and group homes she is unable to maintain healthy relationships She constantly chooses self destructing behaviour and pushes herself away from those who care Her one true connection is to the language of flowers which is how she makes her mark in the world Each plant and flower holds a true meaning and when placed skillfully and precisely in an arrangement conveys deep meaningI adored Victoria She is flawed and insecure yet strong and set in her ways I had a deep connection with her from the first chapter and whole heartedly enjoyed following her emotional and heart wrenching journey There is a strong theme of motherhood among these pages specifically mother daughter relationships that will stay with me a long time The relationships within this novel are complex and emotional I was completely immersed within each of Victoria s relationship finding myself analyzing each scenario and situation the characters found themselves in Though I did not agree with many of Victoria s personal choices I was committed to rooting for her to find true happiness and contentment This is a beautiful book that has earned a spot on my Favourites List It is one to be savoured and not rushed through I highly recommend and look forward to reading from this very talented author