Tilting at Windmills

Tilting at Windmills Exquisitely romantic emotionally charged Tilting At Windmills is a powerful tale of love and loss set against the enchanting backdrop of an upstate New York town Brian Duncan thought he had it all T

  • Title: Tilting at Windmills
  • Author: Joseph Pittman
  • ISBN: 9780758266736
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • Exquisitely romantic, emotionally charged, Tilting At Windmills is a powerful tale of love and loss set against the enchanting backdrop of an upstate New York town Brian Duncan thought he had it all Then, in a single moment of betrayal, his world crumbles Deciding to leave behind his once ideal Manhattan life, Brian sets off on a journey of self discovery and redemptioExquisitely romantic, emotionally charged, Tilting At Windmills is a powerful tale of love and loss set against the enchanting backdrop of an upstate New York town Brian Duncan thought he had it all Then, in a single moment of betrayal, his world crumbles Deciding to leave behind his once ideal Manhattan life, Brian sets off on a journey of self discovery and redemption What he finds in the seemingly perfect world of Linden Corners is a majestic windmill and Annie Sullivan, the alluring woman who powers it Even as Annie and Brian feel their relationship deepening into a rich passion, the uncertainties they battle loom large perhaps too large In a profound twist of nature, Brian learns that love comes in unexpected ways.

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    1 thought on “Tilting at Windmills”

    1. This was beautiful but incredibly sad. I loved the relationships explored but couldn't get past the sadness and downright unfair tilt at Life which has definitely coloured my judgement overall. There is a sequel - I have yet to decide whether I will read that or not. I can usually cope with sad books but I expect something to inspire me as well. This left me with such overall sadness that the inspiration hasn't yet surfaced.

    2. I tried reading this a long while back and was unable to get past the first few pages, so when I rediscovered it at my local library for sale (cheap!), I decided to give it another try. Then I started wondering why I had trouble getting into it in the first place. It started out in an intriguing fashion; NYC businessman Brian Duncan living the NY life, complete with a woman he loves. But when an unfortunate event occurs, he leaves his life behind and heads to Upstate NY. I really enjoyed reading [...]

    3. I enjoyed this a quick read, compelling. I appreciated the push and pull of how the main character chose to deal with difficult situations. I tended to agree with the main character far more often than his "helpful friends." I noticed in some other reviews that many people were disappointed by the ending. I personally don't need for everything I read to have a happy ending. So, it didn't bother me.

    4. Even though I won this from a give away this could easy be one that I would have bought for my book collection. I am looking forward to reading the other biiks in the series juts in time for the holidays I can't wait. I am just so moved by the story and the characters. It is just a touching love story between a man a woman, and girl, and a windmill. It is just a beautiful touching story that I could not put down.

    5. A good book about a young man on the corporate fast track who through a series of circumstances and heart break takes his life a different route. I tend to read sweet and clean books. There was some strong language at the beginning of the book but ironically enough once the story leaves New York the language dissipates. It is a touching read and I like the path the story takes with a widow and her young daughter. Good read. Recommend.

    6. A compelling story that brings the reader into contact with real life people, those who love and those unfortunately who are betrayed.Human emotions are described with the author's excellent intuition thus forming a bond between the reader and the characters.A very good read.

    7. I didn't know much about this book before I started it and I'll acknowledge that it is well-written, but the ending was so upsetting that I couldn't really like it. This is why I primarily read romances, which almost always end on an upbeat.

    8. I did not think I would like this book but I could not stop reading it. I bought it at our library book sale. I really enjoyed it and would like to read the sequel A Christmas Wish. I was really sad the way it ended.

    9. Finding love after loss is the basis for this story. Starting over, rebuilding. Good, easy read. Somewhat of a surprise "ending", but the story continues in the second book in the series, A Christmas Wish.

    10. Never read this author before but I loved this book. Really great way of mixing the present & past in a story!

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