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Editorial Reviews

As Jane Green's Dune Road opens, Kit Hargrove is perched on her back porch with a glass of wine in one hand and a book in the other. Thanks to Cassandra Campbell's honest and elegant narration, we're a part of Kit's awakening. Very recently divorced from her college sweetheart, her children away for the weekend, she finds herself in her great big house alone — not lonely, but gloriously and finally alone.
The British title for Dune Road is Girl Friday, and that's just who Kit is. She is the mom in your playgroup who always brings the snacks, the coworker who covers for you when you need a mental health day. Campbell's voice is perfect for Kit — earnest, humble, and a little weary, but hopeful.
Green gives Kit a bit of time to get on her feet. She finds a beautiful little cottage and fills it with vases of fresh flowers and comfy couches for her kids Tory and Buckley to plop on. She discovers the soul-recuperative powers of yoga with her friends Tracy and Charlie. She finds joy and self-worth as an assistant to best-selling author and famous local recluse Robert McClure. As Kit lets go of the trappings of her Wall Street Widow uniform, she really starts to find herself. And here there is a stripped down quality to Campbell's narration, an honesty and an openness that allows us to hear Kit — her hair pulled back in a ponytail, her makeup washed off — putting her life back together.
Just when Kit achieves her "new normal", two people enter her life — Steve, a dark, handsome romantic, and Annabelle, the younger sister she didn't even know she had. Both characters reignite passion in our emotionally exhausted heroine, but something just doesn't seem right. Campbell's Steve is slick, not to be trusted, and her Annabelle is a saucy young Brit; she skips and hops across the pond with ease, effecting American and English accents beautifully.
As the story progresses, it is Kit's resilience, her belief in the best intentions of others which threatens to take her to the edge, but loyally and safely brings her home. Dune Road is the story of one woman's journey to find what she really wants in life, and the realization that she doesn't have to go far to find it. —Sarah Evans Hogeboom
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Publisher's Summary

Jane Green's last novel, The Beach House, was an instant New York Times best seller and captured her largest audience yet. From the sunny green lawns of Connecticut to the cafés of London to the sandy beaches of Nantucket, Green draws from her own life to craft each delicious story and the resulting tales resonate with women everywhere. Dune Road is another fun and fearless adventure that will take Green's many fans from laughter to tears and back again. The novel is set in the beach community of a tony Connecticut town. Our heroine is a single mom who works for a famous - and famously reclusive - novelist. When she stumbles on a secret that the great man has kept hidden for years, she knows that there are plenty of women in town who would love to get their hands on it - including some who fancy the writer for themselves.
Dune Road is the story of life in an exclusive beach town after the tourists have left for the summer and the eccentric (and moneyed) community sticks around. Dune Road will surely be the book to pack in beach bags next summer.
©2009 Jane Green (P)2009 Penguin
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3 out of 5 stars
By Annie on 10-12-09

just alright...

My first Jane Green book and I thought the book was just alright. The story kept me listening until the end, but it wasn't a "can't put down" kind of book. The story was choppy and the characters (except for Kit) was underdeveloped. I'll try another Jane Green book...I just hope it's better.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Rebecca on 07-02-17

Much better narrator!

Can't anyone convince Jane Green that she should stop narrating her own books?! This narrator is great. Jane, please go back to using a professional.

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