The Vast Landscape

Jacqueline Cioffa

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The Vast Landscape

The Vast Landscape Librarian s note There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book here The Vast Landscape is a journey a pilgrimage a walk filled with doubt mistrust fame self discovery and a li

  • Title: The Vast Landscape
  • Author: Jacqueline Cioffa
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s note There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book here.The Vast Landscape is a journey, a pilgrimage, a walk filled with doubt, mistrust, fame, self discovery and a life lived, big and bold The carnival ride comes full circle The Vast Landscape sucks you in from the very first page and keeps you there, holding your breath Harrison, theLibrarian s note There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book here.The Vast Landscape is a journey, a pilgrimage, a walk filled with doubt, mistrust, fame, self discovery and a life lived, big and bold The carnival ride comes full circle The Vast Landscape sucks you in from the very first page and keeps you there, holding your breath Harrison, the complicated, fearless, brash, messy heroine on her quest to find inner peace in spite of her flaws Raw, emotional, honest to a fault, The Vast Landscape keeps you guessing and wanting A love story so bittersweet it leaves an acrid taste in the mouth and teardrops made out of sea salt Can Harrison strip away the armor Unmask the beautiful person hiding all along It s a simple question All roads lead back to, Zack.

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    1. Jacqueline Cioffa on said:

      Harrison, the brash heroine believes the shallow world of modeling and celebrity can make her feel whole, less invisible. She does not stop her ruthless climb, pretend to be someone she is not.Deeply flawed, she falls flat on her face, unapologetic.When she arrives at the vapid, solitude of success, she's faced with a choice.She rediscovers strength, courage and hope, through the unbreakable bonds of friendship and love. The Vast Landscape is a life-affirming, in your face, multi-faceted rough d [...]

    2. Nicole Lyons on said:

      Jaqueline Cioffa writes with such a soul stirring intensity that it can't help but ignite a passion in her readers. I took my time with this book, and I loved every single moment of it. Harrison is beautiful in her strength and vulnerability. She spoke to me in ways that a character never has. I felt like I knew Harry, and could understand everything she reckoned with.Thank you, Jacqueline Cioffa for writing an outstanding and brilliant book. This story and these characters will always be part o [...]

    3. Mary Rowen on said:

      **I won this book in an online contest and was not asked to write a review** However, I absolutely adore the story. Jacqueline Cioffa's writing is so incredibly lyrical and beautiful. I was drawn into the novel from the very first page, and never wanted to stop reading it. In fact, were it not for life's distractions, I'm sure I would've read it straight through. The character of Harrison is absolutely unforgettable. In many ways, she's the woman I wish I could be: strong, adventurous, and compa [...]

    4. Alison on said:

      This story was quite the ride it was raw and full of emotions, doubts, mistrusts, fame, love and it was like following a train wreck as it goes down the track. Harrison the female lead character, in this story refers to herself in the 3rd person throughout the book, which I do not see often.I would say it is not the type of story I read often but it was engaging and kept me wanting to see what happened, as her life and priorities changed. The author has a great writing style, which is straight f [...]

    5. Kitt O'Malley on said:

      Remarkably Well-Written Debut NovelJacqueline Cioffa's debut novel "The Vast Landscape" is incredibly well-crafted, at times reading like prose poetry. Cioffa's writing style is vivid and highly descriptive. Her intimate knowledge of the modeling and celebrity worlds lends an authentic voice to the details of her protagonist's life. She develops her characters with great insight and sensitivity. Particularly enjoyed the ending. I look forward to reading her sequel novel "Georgia Pine."

    6. Lydia Brown on said:

      Good book and story but if you don't like strong language you won't enjoy it.

    7. Ann on said:

      Interesting style I received this as a free ebook. I don't think I've ever read a book that as the main character aged, the style of writing become more mature. I found the beginning hard to get into, but at some point, I was hooked. Great delivery of a coming of age story!

    8. Billie Bond on said:

      Awesome book.I loved the way Jacqueline portrayed Harry. A character I could totally relate too. This book takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride. It's fun, telling, sad, and gloriously happy. This book is one that I will read again, and again.

    9. Coffeerequired on said:

      Got boredThis was a free book from and I just couldn't get into the writing style. That's not to say it's not a good storyline,i it just wasn't my type.

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