E se Fosse um Anjo

E se Fosse um Anjo

Keith Donohue Fernanda Semedo / Feb 27, 2020

E se Fosse um Anjo H dez anos que Margaret n o tem contacto com a sua filha Erica Esta fugiu com um jovem anarquista e vive margem da lei no Novo M xico onde ter tido uma filha Por isso quando numa noite fria de Janei

  • Title: E se Fosse um Anjo
  • Author: Keith Donohue Fernanda Semedo
  • ISBN: 9789896374433
  • Page: 310
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      • Keith Donohue Fernanda Semedo

        Keith Donohue is an American novelist Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he earned his B.A and M.A from Duquesne University and his Ph.D in English from The Catholic University of America.Currently he is Director of Communications for the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the grant making arm of the U S National Archives in Washington, DC Until 1998 he worked at the National Endowment for the Arts and wrote speeches for chairmen John Frohnmayer and Jane Alexander, and has written articles for the New York Times, Washington Post, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and other newspapers.


    1. When I first received this book to review, I read the synopsis and thought it was going to be about fantasy and magic, but what I got was so much more.The story begins in 1985. One bitterly cold night, Margaret quinn, a widow, who lives alone and still mourns the loss of her child; a daughter, who ran away a decade earlier with the boy that she loved, opens the door to find Norah, a small bespectacled girl, frozen and shivering with a battered suitcase leaning against her legs. Margaret takes th [...]

    2. Keith Donohue’s first novel, The Stolen Child, was a national bestseller hailed as “captivating” (USA Today), “luminous and thrilling” (Washington Post), and “wonderfulSo spare and unsentimental that it’s impossible not to be moved (Newsweek. His new novel, Angels of Destruction, opens on a winter’s night, when a young girl appears at the home of Mrs. Margaret Quinn, a widow who lives alone. A decade earlier, she had lost her only child, Erica, who fled with her high school sweet [...]

    3. I wanted to like this one more than I did. Really. Sometimes I found myself reading and subconsciously trying to talk myself into liking it. The premise was really intriguing, and I thought, what's not to like really? Angels, revolutionaries, cults, family secrets, shadowy figuresl of these are right up my alley. This book, however, was not. I do think that I can chalk up some of my disinterest up to personal preference, but mostly, I thought the writing was one big giant mess, and the more I th [...]

    4. I had high hopes for this book since I adore Donohue's first novel, "The Stolen Child." At first, I found the book interesting and mysterious. Then as the chapters moved along, Donahue's writing became fragmented. This book is all over the place. It skips around in time periods, settings, point of view of characters. Several times, I found myself confused and starting to loose interest. The characters in the book are so flawed that they are unlikeable. I could care less about any of the characte [...]

    5. While I loved the first novel by this author, The Stolen Child, this story fell largely flat for me. The writing was still good, but the characters weren't as compelling. And I don't mind authors not answering every little question, leaving a little mystery, but this one answered too little.

    6. I loved Keith Donohue’s first novel, The Stolen Child, and so I ordered this, his second, as soon as I knew it existed.The premise is interesting. Margaret’s daughter ran away and then her beloved husband died, leaving her alone in the world. But then, on a cold winter’s night, she opens the door and finds a child. A little girl. Norah. She claims to belong to no one, and and acquiesces when Margaret takes her in and plans to pass her off as a long-lost grandchild.It set up some interestin [...]

    7. I think that after this book, I might be satisfied with knowing that Keith Donohue is not an author for me. Like his first book, The Stolen Child A Novel, Angels of Destruction left me cold. It's technically well-written, but it didn't really do anything for me. I wasn't compelled to pick it up when I had some free time, and I was only too glad to put it down to go to bed. It went exactly where I expected it to go - nothing was surprising or touching, and I didn't feel anything for any of the ch [...]

    8. Margaret: "My daughter ran away 10 years ago, I still miss her."Norah: "I look like an 11-year old girl but I'm really an angel (probably). Can I stay here?"Margaret: "OK."Norah: "Diane, go to New Mexico and get your niece back."Diane: "OK."Diane: "Erica, come back home, your mother still misses you."Erica: "OK."Erica: "Mom, where is Norah?"Margaret: "She wasn't needed here any more so she left. She was an angel(probably)."Erica: "Oh."

    9. What I loved about Keith Donohue's debut novel, The Stolen Child, was the magic that seemed to drip from every page. It was a welcome change from a lot of the other things I had been reading, so I expected much the same with Angels of Destruction.Some things are similar - Donohue has an interesting way with words; very similar in a lot of ways to a personal favorite, Stewart O'Nan. Some passages may be very bleak but written beautifully enough that it's hard to be anything but entranced while re [...]

    10. Quando Margaret achava que não iria conseguir engravidar, Erica foi uma bênção na sua vida e na do marido. Por esse motivo, este sempre a protegeu demasiado. Erica foge na primeira oportunidade e a mãe nunca consegue ultrapassar o desgosto. Já lá vão dez anos que perdeu a filha.Quando numa noite gelada lhe aparece à porta uma menina, Norah, ela acolhe-a e, mesmo sabendo que não o deveria fazer, dá-lhe guarida e diz a todos na aldeia que é a sua neta. Ela própria parece por vezes que [...]

    11. I received an uncorrected proof from the publisher and was looking forward to reading the sophomore effort from Keith Donohue, who brought us Stolen Child (which was great). I'm not going to give a recap of the book, I'm sure there will be plenty of those for people who need it.What if there are Angels everywhere, we just don't know what to look for when they come to us with guidence? Could that stranger you met at the coffee house be an angel? Can you past be forgiven, do we all need some sort [...]

    12. After thinking about Angels of Destruction for almost a week now I still don't know whether I liked it or not. The writing is technically good, but the ending left me underwhelmed. I can understand that Donohue perhaps did not want to spell everything out for the reader and make us think, but could he have been clearer on whether Norah was an angel or not? Personally, I think she was, and that she is the same girl that Erica met in Tennessee (Una) ten years earlier. Also, what happens to her? Sh [...]

    13. I am getting increasingly irked by underhand methods of selling and this edition has as part of its blurb comments from critics, which on closer examination prove to be about another book altogether.That asideThere was a lot about this novel that I should have liked. I am a sucker for a bit of magical realism, I love the idea of angelic beings who arrive mysteriously, have a bit of a challenge with their own separation from human life, do their work, engage with fallible people on a weird level, [...]

    14. As with Keith Donohue's first novel, The Stolen Child, the most intriguing aspect of this novel is his remarkable ability to blend supernatural elements into his stories without ever making the reader feel as though they are reading fantasy fiction. In The Stolen Child, he tackled goblins (or changlings) and here he introduces the reader to Norah, a peculiar kind of angel that feels original and genuine. Donohue knows how to highlight subtleties in order to create a larger portrait. His magical [...]

    15. Amateur writing at best. The dialogue was stiff and unconvincing. In fact, the characters were, for the most part, unbelievable: Example: A child shows up on your doorstep in the middle of the night in the dead of winter and you invite her in, just like that? No alarm bells go off in your head? You just tell her to come in and promise her, "we'll talk it about in the morning?" That was the first mistake. Then the child herself is so unreal as to be laughable. A cute child with glasses, but she k [...]

    16. Ah, the frustration. I was excited and intrigued by the premise and the promise of supernatural elements to give that little shiver of the unknown. But the shivers never came to my skin and the creepy tone that other reviewers mentioned never materialized for me. I never found any of the characters particularly sympathetic, despite that I think I was supposed to. So I would typically give a book like this that was rather a disappointment one or two stars. I bump it up to three only because we ca [...]

    17. This novel reads and feels quite a lot like its main character, Norah: mysterious, slightly ethereal, and filled with an air of sadness and lonelinessever still shot through with hopeThe writing, is all of those things also; even apart from the story telling, Donohue somehow manages to fill the words themselves with a sense of loneliness and longing At the end, I am not sure that I have entirely wrapped my head around the message and moral of the story, and there are some issues of plotting that [...]

    18. I liked this book, it had a similar loose magical feel as the other book by this author I have read. The Stolen Child. However, the Stolen Child had a deep current of the human struggle running through it that this book tried for, but didn't really achieve for me. I think this is because I didn't know who/what Norah was for a long time; it was hinted at, but there wasn't enough to really understand the magic that was working in the forces of the characters' lives. I wanted it to be an experience [...]

    19. On a cold winter night in 1985 a young girl appeared at the door of Mrs. Margaret Quinn. Margaret, still feeling the loss of her missing daughter Erica, welcomes the stranger, claiming to be an orphan with no prior address, into her home. A few nights, turned into Margaret making up a story that the little girl was the daughter of her missing daughter and sends her to school with a new identity, Nora Quinn. But Nora Quinn is no ordinary little girl and soon will change the lives of people around [...]

    20. I didn't love this as much as Stolen Child, but it was still a really intelligently written story that really makes you think. I found it hard to get started. Like Stolen Child, it jumps around a bit in place and time. But by the time I got to the second (and especially third) part I found myself wanting to read it more and more. I only just liked it because I feel like there were some things that were left up to the reader to decide that could have been revealed in the endbut I can imagine the [...]

    21. Overall I enjoyed Angels of Destruction. I appreciate that much of the book can be interpreted in different ways, depending on your own beliefs about the supernatural and how it does/does not interact with this world. As with many of the women in my book group, I did not so much appreciate the ending. I felt that Donohue could not quite decide how to conclude so he just stopped writing. I was impressed with Donohue's ability to give an authentic voice to such a variety of female characters, that [...]

    22. I think that Keith Donohue's second book is wonderful! It shares the same magical flair as his first book, The Stolen Child. This book ends, leaving you wanting more - more of this story, more of his beautiful words, anything! The way Donohue strings words together is simply artful. He uses the chronology and a sense of a more traditional mystery to keep the pages turning quickly. It is completely engrossing. I am already looking forward to his next book.

    23. I have finally done it. I stopped reading a book that I wasn't enjoying. I can not muddle my way through the rest of this book. With that being the case I didn't think I should "rate" the book, but I would guess it would end up with one star from me. I might read Keith Donohue's first novl The Stolen Child at some other time because I did enjoy his writting style, but this book was just so boring.

    24. I read Stolen Child, the author's first book which I thought was outstanding. Angels fell a bit short for me. I do give it high marks for readability(hard to put down at times), character development and language. Beautifully written but I wanted more, especially after Stolen Child. It was kind of a letdown at the end. I would probably give it a 3.5.

    25. I try not to compare novels by the same author, but couldn't help myself with Donohue. I so enjoyed The Stolen Child, but Angels of Destruction (hate the title!!) fell flat for me. It was very read-able, but the characters weren't as compelling. The end left a few too many questions unanswered.

    26. Read the uncorrected proof. Excellent and easy to read. I think if you liked Stolen Child you won't be dissappointed. Donohue returns to some of the SC themes and there are some similarities. I'll say more after the book comes out in March.

    27. Summary / Review:Hmmmm… rich and warm language – to explore angels, if they exist, how they exist, how lives are enhanced – to explore humanity, and choices, and the people who influence us – to explore childhood, and pain, and hope, and confusion - Setting: small town in Pennsylvania – woods, 2 story home, Friendship elementary school; stops (diners, motels, etc) across country; Madrid, New Mexico – for drop outs, people hiding, artistsTheme: angels; hope; loneliness; desperation; r [...]

    28. (3.5/5)Keith Donohue é um escritor americano, que tirou um bacharelato e mestrado na Universidade de Duquesne e se doutorou em Inglês e Literatura pela Universidade Católica da América. O escritor trabalhou até 1998 no National Endowment of the Arts e redigiu alguns discursos para presidentes como John Frohnmayer e Jane Alexander.O autor, que foi seleccionado e recomendado pela “Associação de Livreiros Independentes da América”, publicou o seu aclamado romance, “A Criança Roubada [...]

    29. I was so taken with this guy's first book, The Stolen Child, I had to pick this up as soon as I saw it. While I didn't really feel it was quite as amazing, I certainly wasn't disappointed. The story begins with Margaret Quinn's discovery one winter night of a young girl on her doorstep. She takes her in, and though at first the girl is uncommunicative, Margaret decides, based on a note pinned to her coat with the letters "N-O-R" that her name is Norah. We also soon learn that Margaret is a widow [...]

    30. On a cold, snowy, and wintry night Margaret Quinn hears a knock on her door. She opens the door to find a young girl with a battered suitcase. The young girl is freezing and Margaret opens her house and heart to her. So starts a journey in life that is both fascinating and riveting.Margaret believes that the young girl may be the daughter of her daughter who ran away from home years ago.Margaret's daughter, Erica, left home with her young lover, Wiley, who was to join a group called the "Angels [...]

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