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by JoJo Moyes

Free eBook One Plus One download ISBN: 1594138273
Author: JoJo Moyes
Publisher: Large Print Press; Large Print edition (July 7, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 594
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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One Plus One : a Novel, Jojo Moyes. pages cm. ISBN 978-0-69815200-7. 1. Single mothers-Fiction

One Plus One : a Novel, Jojo Moyes. Single mothers-Fiction. Thank you to Kieron and Sharon Smith and their daughter Tanzie, after whom the main character in this book was named in appreciation of their generous bid in a charity auction in aid of the Stepping Stones Down Syndrome Support Group. And thanks to my parents-Jim Moyes, Lizzie and Brian Sanders-and, most important, Charles, Saskia, Harry, and Lockie, for being the point of it all. Contents.

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He saw the maths book, half wedged down the side of the seat, which Tanzie had evidently missed in her hurry to get out, and wondered whether to take it to her. But what was the point? It was too late. Other author's books

One Plus One. Author : Jojo Moyes.

One Plus One. Series : Published : February 27th 2014.

One Plus One is Jojo Moyes at her astounding best

One Plus One is Jojo Moyes at her astounding best. You’ll laugh, you’ll weep, and when you flip the last page, you’ll want to start all over again.

Safety advisory: If you’re planning to read Jojo Moyes’s One Plus One on your summer vacation, slather on plenty of SPF 50. Once you start the book, you probably won’t look up again until you’re the last one left on the beach

Safety advisory: If you’re planning to read Jojo Moyes’s One Plus One on your summer vacation, slather on plenty of SPF 50. Once you start the book, you probably won’t look up again until you’re the last one left on the beach. In her wonderful new novel, Moyes gathers a cast of misfits you can’t help but root for: Jess Thomas, a relentless optimist who cleans houses in a never-ending scramble to pay the bills; her video-game-addicted teenage stepson, Nicky, whose love of eye makeup makes him a bully magnet; precocious daughter Tanzie, who challenges a new acquaintance to convert her.

Jojo Moyes’ new novel One Plus One adds up to a delightful summer read, where the whole is. .I wasn't sure what to expect, as this is only the third Jojo Moyes book I've read.

Jojo Moyes’ new novel One Plus One adds up to a delightful summer read, where the whole is greater than the sum of its charming part. oyes’ observations on modern life are dryly hilariou. ou don’t need to be a math whiz to figure out this book is one worth adding to your summer reading list. The first was Me Before You (which I adored), and the second, it's sequel, After You (which I found to be a very average story). Surprisingly, this book not only matched, but may have even exceeded, Me Before You.

The One Plus One is the beautiful, poignant and utterly compelling new novel by the internationally bestselling author Jojo Moyes. One single mum With two jobs and two children, Jess Thomas does her best day after day. But it's hard on your own. And sometimes you take risks you shouldn't. One chaotic family Jess's gifted, quirky daughter Tanzie is brilliant with numbers, but without a helping hand she'll never get the chance to shine. And Nicky, Jess's teenage stepson, can't fight the bullies alone. Sometimes Jess feels like they're.

Jojo Moyes THE ONE PLUS ONE To Charles, as ever. Читать онлайн The One Plus One. Moyes Jojo. Jess closed the window. I’m better off reading a book. Besides, I think the kids have had enough upheaval in their lives without playing Meet Your New Uncle. Jess The irony did not escape Jessica Thomas that she lost the best job she’d ever had because of a diamond. Not because she stole it but because she didn’t. Jess and Nathalie had cleaned Mr and Mrs Ritter’s holiday home for almost three years, since the Beachfront holiday park was part paradise, part building site. The one plus one. To Charles, as ever.

He had just agreed to transport his stroppy cleaner, her two weird kids, and an enormous reeking dog all the way to Scotland. What the hell had he been thinking?

He had just agreed to transport his stroppy cleaner, her two weird kids, and an enormous reeking dog all the way to Scotland. ticism with which she had repeated her statement: You’re taking a little girl you don’t know and her family to the other end of the country, and it’s an ‘emergency. He could hear the quotation marks. Big tits? Long eyelashes? Damsel in distress?.

A single mom trying to raise a bullied stepson and a mathlete daughter finds an unexpected rescue in the form of an obnoxious tech millionaire named Geeky Ed.
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Ynonno
I must admit this is a “romantic” novel that caught my fancy. The writing is spot on and the characters are fascinating. If you are looking for a great page-turner that does not insult your intelligence, read this book.

The author gathers a group of misfits who have profound thoughts and talents. Money is the central issue, but it makes no claim on your class or station in this novel set in England.

If anyone out there has juggled bills, “robbed Peter to pay Paul,” you can identify with Jess Thomas. She is a young mother whose husband, Marty, has left her because he is depressed. He sends her no money and yet she is sympathetic to his plight and safeguards his old Rolls in the garage. She also is the best mother to Tanzie, a 10 year old maths prodigy and Nicky, her stepson whose affinity for eye makeup sets him up to be bullied by the Fisher family, their crude neighbors. Jess works multiple jobs cleaning homes and tending bar to make ends meet, which they never do. She is the eternal optimist, however.

Filling out the main cast is Ed Nicholls, a client of Jess, who is a software genius. He gets himself in trouble when he is accused of insider trading. This is the part of the book I really liked. Moyes takes on a sophisticated financial felony and presents it to the reader without making excuses. On one hand, the Thomas’ group, who are poor and living in government housing, is contrasted with rich Mr. Nicholls. He is a unique character, especially when he offers to drive them to Scotland for Tanzie to compete in a Math Olympiad. The long, long journey is riotous and the pluses and minuses as each misfit’s idiosyncrasies emerges.

There is resolute sadness in the story, from death to heartbreak. Ms. Moyes holds it all together and gives us a quirky novel, which is thoughtful and cheery.
Swiang
I wasn't sure what to expect, as this is only the third Jojo Moyes book I've read. The first was Me Before You (which I adored), and the second, it's sequel, After You (which I found to be a very average story).

Surprisingly, this book not only matched, but may have even exceeded, Me Before You. One Plus One is funny, heart-wrenching, heart-warming, hopeful, and it leaves one feeling complete and utter satisfaction at it's conclusion.

It's not an action-packed novel...it's actually quite character driven. Thankfully, the characters come to life under Ms. Moyes' skilled pen.

A truly enjoyable read!
Grotilar
This is my first book by Jojo Moyes, but it won't be my last. I tend to read nonfiction or mysteries but, like most women?, I need a romance every now and then, and there are two ways to go on that -- either you read the ones that are REALLY over the top, often with pirates or dukes' younger sons, or you go for the real-life there's-always-hope ones. When I was younger I enjoyed the bawdy ridiculous romances -- they made me laugh. Nowadays I look for stories about realistic people who have a good story, and One Plus One definitely fits into that category, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Jess seems to lead a complicated life. She has two jobs to support her young daughter Tanzie who, it turns out, is very talented at math -- scholarship talented -- and Nicky, the teenage son from her husband's first marriage, a goth kid who's getting bullied. Oh, and Dad is out of the picture, having moved back in with his mother two years ago after a bit of a nervous collapse.

Ed is a software guy who made a bundle but is now in some legal trouble and is pretty bitter about woman.

Yes, these seem like realistic people, with good things and bad things in their lives. The chapters alternate between these two main characters until, as you'd expect, they meet up and, as you'd expect, they don't like each other very much. I can't point to any remarkable plot twists or exciting events, but Moyes is a talented writer who creates interesting characters and writes excellent dialogue. This is set in England so there are a few turns of phrase that might be unfamiliar, but nothing the reader can't figure out, and I think it's fun to see the differences and similarities of women who are trying to row leaky boats on both sides of the pond.

The situations are funny, the ending is believable, and the attitude is optimistic, which I enjoy. I will definitely look for others by this author. They seem to have high ratings also, and it's always so fun to find a new author you like.
Ffel
A single Mom who works two jobs to support her children. One as a maid, the other job, as a barmaid.

She has her hands full.

One of her children is Nicky-- an introverted teenage "Goth" boy who is bullied and tormented by the neighborhood kids, the other Tanzie (Costanza) She is a math prodigy, and has been offered a scholarship to a prestigious school. The scholarship pays for 90% tuition, but coming up with the remaining 10% is going to take a miracle. That miracle involves a long 5 day drive to Scotland, begrudgingly offered by a man who feels obligated to help cause he's been a bit of a jerk.

They all squeeze into this man's pristine Audi, along with their huge slobbering dog Norman--Madness and mayhem ensue, with comedy, drama, and romance --All passengers on this trip. An enjoyable book whose outcome is a bit predictable, but nonetheless is carried off wonderfully by these fully developed characters. JoJo fans will love it.