BOOKS ✯ Nutmeg Author Kristin Valla – Dcrjservices.co.uk

BOOKS ✯ Nutmeg Author Kristin Valla – Dcrjservices.co.uk chapter 1 Nutmeg, meaning Nutmeg, genre Nutmeg, book cover Nutmeg, flies Nutmeg, Nutmeg bbe35ad97f529 Gabriel Angelico Lives In A Mountain Town In Venezuela, And When A Young Norwegian Woman, Klara Jorgenson, Appears In Town, His Life Is Changed Forever Klara Must Choose Between Her Soulmate, Gabriel, And William Penn, The Reliable, Loving Norwegian Man She Has Been Living With On An Island Off The Coast Of Venezuela Rich With Loving Imagery And Insightful Description, This Book Is A Tender Exploration Of Human Tragedies


10 thoughts on “Nutmeg

  1. says:

    Kristin Valla is a Norwegian writer The original norwegian title of the book is Muskat I should maybe have read it in Norwegian, but English was almost as good, cos the book wasn t about Norway.Klaga J rgense, an young Nowegian literature stundent comes to a small town in Venezuela to think of her life, during which she has tralleled from countrey to countrey Now she hesitates to settle down She meats professor Gabriel Angelico, who dreams of leaving the small town where he has lived all his Kristin Valla is a Norwegian writer The original norwegian title of the book is Muskat I should maybe have read it in Norwegian, but English was almost as good, cos the book wasn t about Norway.Klaga J rgense, an young Nowegian literature stundent comes to a small town in Venezuela to think of her life, during which she has tralleled from countrey to countrey Now she hesitates to settle down She meats professor Gabriel Angelico, who dreams of leaving the small town where he has lived all his life They fall in love, and Klara must choose between Gabriel and her own sea captain back homeThe book is very beautiful The characters are beautiful The atmosphere of the boom is quite dreamy The book is like a dream The characters have their own dreams which they want to fullfill All beautiful and sad Like life is


  2. says:

    I was failed to be impressed by the attempted clever use of language Either the translator who was the reason I even bought the book to read decided to stick flowery adjectives and adverbs in there, or the author is a rather boring person who had some need to impress herself on the masses By midpoint I was not buying, and no longer interested in subjecting myself to whatever agenda she may, or may not, have been pushing.


  3. says:

    Light and untypical book.


  4. says:

    Jeg skj nte ikke s mye av boka Hun giftet seg med feil mann B r leses p nytt om noen r.


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  6. says:

    A simple, unique and touching love story I really enjoyed this It s short, not demanding and doesn t require much imagination, not the usual type of book I read, but I found myself unable to put it down.


  7. says:

    Picked this book up randomly from the library because of its title and was pleasantly surprised Reads a bit like Gabriel Garcia Marquez.


  8. says:

    Muskaat by Kristin Valla 2002


  9. says:

    Sorry, Maritious I just didn t like it Her use of standard themes is probably intended, but I don t think it worked well.