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Mona in Three Acts In This International Bestseller, A Woman Comes Of Age In A Poignant Novel About Forgiveness, Pain, And Self Discovery Mona S Demanding Mother Ruled Their Home Until A Car Crash Took Her Life And Changed Their Family Forever Left To Tend To A Distant Father And A Needy Younger Brother, Mona Finds Her New Role Almost Too Much To Bear And When A New Stepmother, Troubled And Depressed, Adds Yet Another Crack To The Family Portrait, Mona S Forced To Shoulder An Even Greater Share Of The Emotional BurdenSomewhere Between Her Responsibility To Her Family And To Her Own Life, Mona Finds A Route Of Escape In A Theater Career She Craves But For Every Challenge Ahead Romantic, Professional, Sexual, And Familial Mona Wonders How Much Of Her Future Has Already Been Defined By The Challenges Of Her PastAn Emotional, Funny, And Universal Novel About The People, Experiences, And Choices That Make Us Who We Are, Mona In Three Acts Is A Revelatory Journey Of A Woman S Self Discovery, Forgiveness, And Courage To Finally Speak Her Truth

About the Author: Griet Op de Beeck

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10 thoughts on “Mona in Three Acts

  1. says:

    5 superlative, heartbreakingly funny and sad stars Thank you to Netgalley,Crossing and the author for this book I am offering this review in exchange Wow and whew This book was originally published in 2014 in Belgium and its English translation is due out in November 2019 This book is about Mona Middle class Mona Cr

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    I was excited to read this book I ve enjoy other books from the Netherlands Belgium is bordered by the Netherlands.So, as soon as I learned about this book Thank You, Jaideeher review and passion for this book is heartfelt and wonderful ,..I downloaded a copy myself Mona In Three Acts was surprisingly much longer than othe

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    Rating 3 5 starsARC provided by publisher Mona in Three Acts is the first novel by well known Flemish author Griet Op de Beeck to be translated into English, and the first one I read both in translation, as well as in its original Dutch Many thanks to the publisher Crossing for providing me with an early copy of the former As wit

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    Family life it s complicated, part 2Last week I read Celeste NG s Everything I Never Told You, a very successful evocation of a family that is shattered by the death of one of the children Ng portrayed very nicely how not talking about tricky issues in her case gender and race related , and constantly adapting to avoid discussions, can

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    It took me a while to get into this novel of family dynamics and family dysfunction, but I found it exertedandof a grip on me as the narrative progressed and by the end I was fully invested in the characters and felt great empathy for them As the title suggests, the story is in three parts, the first being set in Mona s childhood, the second w

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    Nope She didn t convince with this novel either For some reason, I find her characters hard to relate to Although I am not averse to novels relating the misery and hardship, the grief and sadness that some people are repeatedly confronted with in life, I got annoyed by the downcast atmosphere of the book Maybe I have seen too much already due to my p

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    Mona in Three Acts follows our title character Mona through three different stages in her life She is a tragic figure and her hardships in life are shown throughout the novel The eldest of three children, Mona has trouble adapting after her mother s untimely death and we read about her family dysfunction which impacts her life, following how she adapts and copes with the

  10. says:

    Very boring read was hard to get trough The idea was nice but not very well worked out

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