Los dados del destino/ A Risk Worth Taking (Best Seller)

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  • 276 pages
  • Los dados del destino/ A Risk Worth Taking (Best Seller)
  • Robin Pilcher
  • 06 May 2017
  • 848346019X

About the Author: Robin Pilcher

del destino/ PDF ↠ Robin Pilcher was born on August , the eldest son of author Rosamunde Pilcher, n e Scott aka Jane Fraser and Graham Hope Pilcher, also he had a brother and two sisters He has been a cameraman, a songwriter, and a farmer, co managed a mail order business, and has had numerous other jobs He lives with his wife and children near Dundee, Scotland, and in the Sierra de Aracena mountain area of Andalusia, Spain, where he plans to establish a writing institute supported by the Pilcher Los dados Epub / Foundation of Creative Writing.



10 thoughts on “Los dados del destino/ A Risk Worth Taking (Best Seller)

  1. Heather Heather says:

    I still think Robin Pilcher writes great stories, and I like his characters I have decided that I m a little tired of the fact that many of his books include infidelity adultery I think I will choose very carefully which of his books I read in the future.

  2. Lorrie Lorrie says:

    Dan, the main character, was a really noble, sweet guy He was without work for quite a bit, which really bothered his wife, Jackie This would bother me too Jackie complained that Dan s lack of a job not looking for a job caused her to lose respect for him She was unfaithful, not a great mother, not much of a homemaker, and an average businesswoman Dan left their home in London to venture to Scotland to see about buying an up and coming clothing business He ended up befriending a wonderful Dan, the main character, was a really noble, sweet guy He was without work for quite a bit, which really bothered his wife, Jackie This would bother me too Jackie complained that Dan s lack of a job not looking for a job caused her to lose respect for him She was unfaithful, not a great mother, not much of a homemaker, and an average businesswoman Dan left their home in London to venture to Scotland to see about buying an up and coming clothing business He ended up befriending a wonderful family there, and instead of buying the clothing company, he ended up helping the husband run his business Dan Jackie s children Josh, Millie, Nina also seemed to enjoy Scotland and the family even became closer.but not with Jackie s help because she had an affair and took off with the sexual partner like a little twit This book ran much like a soap opera and was nearly as shallow I enjoyed the references to Scotland s weather, mountains, and people I also enjoyed the small, rugged house Dan, Josh, and their 2 dogs lived in while living in Scotland Although Dan returned to London, it s interesting to note that Josh remained in Scotland finding his way Josh seemed much better off after having moved to Scotland, found work in the factory and began dating one of the women at the plant Dan seemed better off after Jackie left He even brought his mother to live with them She wasn t too happy in her retirement condo The end of the book leaves one wondering what happens next Sort of like a soap opera

  3. Jess Van Dyne-Evans Jess Van Dyne-Evans says:

    I liked this I liked it because it was simple, and heartwarming, and really miles away from being as good as his mothers stuff the author is Rosamunde Pilchers son so it stood on it s own.You could climb into this book and pretend you were shivering on a wet Scotland meadow, trying to learn how to run a new business and fit in and finding comfort in your children and your sense that this was where you were supposed to be.I read it in a day A quick novel.

  4. Stacey Stacey says:

    This story is gripping This couple is in a difficult place in their relationship, and they both make choices and take risks.I really enjoyed this book It was exciting but not at all predictable Nothing turned out as I had expected The main character, Dan took quite a journey andthan one risk.I highly reccommend this book.

  5. Pamela Darling Pamela Darling says:

    This is my idea of an easy going good read It is a STORY which is quite different to some books where we have to concentrate in case we miss something No one really gets hurt, but Robin Pilcher writes in such a way that I wanted to pick the book up again as soon as possible to find out what happens next I would recommend it for a holiday read.

  6. Sandy Denholm Sandy Denholm says:

    I am always drawn to books like this one The characters are so well rounded and easy to like The description of life in both Scotland and London make me want to hop on a plane and go myself Writing like this always leaves me feeling satisfied and happy.

  7. Lynn Lynn says:

    I liked the book, it was a nice light read While the story had great possibilities they were not fully explored and the ending was too abrupt.

  8. JodiP JodiP says:

    This is the second book I ve read by Pilcher, and I really like the stories he tells They are deceptively simple but grapple with ideas of ability, loyalty, following one dreams, and relationships I only wish he was aprolific author There are only two that are available as audio books at the library so I ll have to read the rest of them This is a pity because they are wonderful to listen to.

  9. Ireland Ireland says:

    This book moved at a snails pace and really never went anywhere The main character went from London to Scotland and that was the biggest movement I didn t believe some of the turns the story took and never really felt anything for the hero His son was sort of interesting, but his daughters were cliche teenage girls.

  10. Dorothy Clark Dorothy Clark says:

    This is a very good book The characters are well developed and likable except Jackie There was no shooting and nobody was murdered I even liked the open ending that let me decide what would happen when Dan returned to Scotland.

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10 thoughts on “Los dados del destino/ A Risk Worth Taking (Best Seller)

  1. Heather Heather says:

    I still think Robin Pilcher writes great stories, and I like his characters I have decided that I m a little tired of the fact that many of his books include infidelity adultery I think I will choose very carefully which of his books I read in the future.


  2. Lorrie Lorrie says:

    Dan, the main character, was a really noble, sweet guy He was without work for quite a bit, which really bothered his wife, Jackie This would bother me too Jackie complained that Dan s lack of a job not looking for a job caused her to lose respect for him She was unfaithful, not a great mother, not much of a homemaker, and an average businesswoman Dan left their home in London to venture to Scotland to see about buying an up and coming clothing business He ended up befriending a wonderful Dan, the main character, was a really noble, sweet guy He was without work for quite a bit, which really bothered his wife, Jackie This would bother me too Jackie complained that Dan s lack of a job not looking for a job caused her to lose respect for him She was unfaithful, not a great mother, not much of a homemaker, and an average businesswoman Dan left their home in London to venture to Scotland to see about buying an up and coming clothing business He ended up befriending a wonderful family there, and instead of buying the clothing company, he ended up helping the husband run his business Dan Jackie s children Josh, Millie, Nina also seemed to enjoy Scotland and the family even became closer.but not with Jackie s help because she had an affair and took off with the sexual partner like a little twit This book ran much like a soap opera and was nearly as shallow I enjoyed the references to Scotland s weather, mountains, and people I also enjoyed the small, rugged house Dan, Josh, and their 2 dogs lived in while living in Scotland Although Dan returned to London, it s interesting to note that Josh remained in Scotland finding his way Josh seemed much better off after having moved to Scotland, found work in the factory and began dating one of the women at the plant Dan seemed better off after Jackie left He even brought his mother to live with them She wasn t too happy in her retirement condo The end of the book leaves one wondering what happens next Sort of like a soap opera


  3. Jess Van Dyne-Evans Jess Van Dyne-Evans says:

    I liked this I liked it because it was simple, and heartwarming, and really miles away from being as good as his mothers stuff the author is Rosamunde Pilchers son so it stood on it s own.You could climb into this book and pretend you were shivering on a wet Scotland meadow, trying to learn how to run a new business and fit in and finding comfort in your children and your sense that this was where you were supposed to be.I read it in a day A quick novel.


  4. Stacey Stacey says:

    This story is gripping This couple is in a difficult place in their relationship, and they both make choices and take risks.I really enjoyed this book It was exciting but not at all predictable Nothing turned out as I had expected The main character, Dan took quite a journey andthan one risk.I highly reccommend this book.


  5. Pamela Darling Pamela Darling says:

    This is my idea of an easy going good read It is a STORY which is quite different to some books where we have to concentrate in case we miss something No one really gets hurt, but Robin Pilcher writes in such a way that I wanted to pick the book up again as soon as possible to find out what happens next I would recommend it for a holiday read.


  6. Sandy Denholm Sandy Denholm says:

    I am always drawn to books like this one The characters are so well rounded and easy to like The description of life in both Scotland and London make me want to hop on a plane and go myself Writing like this always leaves me feeling satisfied and happy.


  7. Lynn Lynn says:

    I liked the book, it was a nice light read While the story had great possibilities they were not fully explored and the ending was too abrupt.


  8. JodiP JodiP says:

    This is the second book I ve read by Pilcher, and I really like the stories he tells They are deceptively simple but grapple with ideas of ability, loyalty, following one dreams, and relationships I only wish he was aprolific author There are only two that are available as audio books at the library so I ll have to read the rest of them This is a pity because they are wonderful to listen to.


  9. Ireland Ireland says:

    This book moved at a snails pace and really never went anywhere The main character went from London to Scotland and that was the biggest movement I didn t believe some of the turns the story took and never really felt anything for the hero His son was sort of interesting, but his daughters were cliche teenage girls.


  10. Dorothy Clark Dorothy Clark says:

    This is a very good book The characters are well developed and likable except Jackie There was no shooting and nobody was murdered I even liked the open ending that let me decide what would happen when Dan returned to Scotland.


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